Free Draka Scenario
Free Lock 'n Load scenario featuring Draka Airborne troops. Click here.
Free Eisenbach Gap!
Today we are going to begin giving away Eisenbach Gap, more or less... Jim Snyder, the brains behind most of the unit values, and a very clever designer, put together a beautiful Eisenbach Gap, First Moves demo. It includes rules, counters, an awesome 11" x 17" map, and a PAC-- everything that you need to play the first scenario in the World at War game system, First Moves. All I ask is that you thank Jim, and share the link. Our goal is to reach 10,000 downloads. I want every war gamer in the world to have a chance to enjoy World at War. Click here.
Marching Through Georgia
Draka scenario and counters. The First Merarch spearheaded the drive to Kutaisi. Three Wehrmacht divisions faced them, but the Wehrmacht had never fought anything like the Draka. Armed with tanks that were at least a generation more advanced than the Germans, and Citizen soldiers who had trained to fight from birth, the Draka were an unstoppable force. The Germans could only hope they could be an immovable object. Download.
The free and complete Aftermath game demo. Download.
Aliens vs Predator
A Friend in Need
Space Infantry Scenario
That's a good question. After all, we are a business, run by capitalists. You support us every time that you place a preorder, or buy one of our games. All that is true, and we appreciate every penny.
I hope we do a good job of showing that appreciation. We never question sending replacement parts, even when I just KNOW the problem isn't with our products (although it often is our fault), but rather with a reseller's method of storage, or an errant beverage. Hey, I get it, I've messed up games myself.
Additionally, we go out of our way to answer questions, satisfy unique requirements, make our customers happy. We have never felt that we are doing you a favor by selling you a game, but rather you are doing US a favor by buying it. We thank you.
By the same token, we enjoy sharing scenarios, counters, expansions, even complete games for free. On the other hand, it does take its toll. There is no webmaster at Lock 'n Load Publishing. There is just me. Yep, I have had volunteers occasionally put up pages, and Tracie and Janice make small changes, such as updating totals, but organizing free material pretty much falls on my shoulders (with notable exceptions, such as the upcoming World at War Demo), and it takes a bit of time.
So why donate? Just to help justify that time, pay a small bit of the server costs. If everyone that took advantage of these free downloads contributed $5 we would be able to continue them indefinitely. Finally, I understand that these aren't the best of financial times, so if you are a gamer on a budget, that's cool, we understand. Enjoy the free download, have some fun. We appreciate every, single customer.