Bloody April is the grand tactical, regimental level simulation of the Battle of Shiloh (Tennessee), April 6-7, 1862. Bloody April is Richard Berg's second game using the award winning system for American Civil War battles introduced in Terrible Swift Sword (Gettysburg). There are 1200 counters and two 22" x 34" full color maps. Each hexagon on the map is 115 yards and each game turn is 20 minutes. Counters represent regiments and each strength point on the infantry / cavalry counters is the equivalent of 100 effective men. Artillery counters represent batteries, with each strength point equal to one gun.
- Bloody April: The Battle of Shiloh, 1862