Games and Software

HexDraw HexDraw is state-of-the-art, computer game development software with a focus on hexgrid wargames.
As a long time wargamer and programmer, HexDraw founder Jo Bader combines his skills to create strategic games based on hexgrids.

Our name-giving software!
Released in 2008

Order HexDraw. 1.1 for Windows here via MyCommerce

Download the trial version HexDrawSetup.exe

NOTE: Please install Hexdraw to C:\..\Documents\Hexdraw\
Do not install to C:\programs(x86)\

Mind: Please first download and install the .NET Framework 3.5 – after this install hexdraw setup! Download  link:

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For more information and discussions visit Hexdraw Users Group on Consimworld!

Here you can find our Hexdraw Manual and  – thanks to Ryusuke Ishiguro! – the Hexdraw Japanese Manual

HexDraw is an easy to use graphical editor for designing hexagon grid game maps. With HexDraw you create playing maps with up to 200 x 200 hex fields or 67 x 67 inches (170 cm).

HexDraw helps you to easily create different terrain features like roads and hexes in plain colours or textures. (Some textures are included but you may create your own textures).

With your favourite bitmap-painting program you can draw anything you like directly on the hexes such as buildings, cities, space stations, or whatever you wish. Your drawing will then have the right size and position.

You may load an image as the background – let the map be see-through and place your artwork on top. This could be an image from Google earth or a historical map. Background images can be resized and rotated so as to fit your hexmap.

You can print your map on multiple pages and play your own designs for wargames, playtest maps, historical Advanced Squad Leader Scenarios, etc.

Exporting the final map as a bitmap image for further use in other graphics design programs is also included.

Tank on Tank Digital

Released: December 2016 on Lock ‘n Load Publishing  and May 2017 on Steam!

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Tank on Tank Digital is a board game, many wargamers will know, transferred into a computer game. It contains 38 different scenarios in 2 modules, and some longer campaigns.

Tank on Tank Digital brings the excitement of Peter Bogdasarian’s Tank on Tank series to the PC. Fight battles and campaigns on both Eastern and Western fronts. Command Panthers and Tigers against T-34s and KV/85s in Russia, or against Shermans and Pershings in Europe. Send armored infantry against anti-tank guns and artillery positions, protect valuable convoys, and lead all-out assaults.

There are rules for improved positions, armored infantry, airstrikes, mounted units, artillery, HQ orders, and more. Units in the game include Shermans, Pershings, Wolverines, T-34s, KV/85s, KV-1s, Tigers, Panthers, Panzer MkIVs, Pumas and M-8 scout cars, AT-guns, fixed and mobile artillery, armored infantry, and mounted or unmounted infantry.

Experience the tactical flavor of World War II tank battles like never before. Tank on Tank Digital is a light tactical game depicting ground combat in World War II that can be learned in a few minutes. If you’ve been looking for a simple game to try your leadership abilities, or perhaps something light to introduce young commanders and tacticians to wargaming, Tank on Tank Digital is the answer.

Module Westfront has 19 Scenarios and 4 Campaigns (‘Operation Jake’ is a shorter introductory Campaign with 2 Scenarios on a single Map A).

Module Eastfront has 19 Scenarios and 3 Campaigns (Stalingrad consists of 5 Scenarios lasting 18 Turns each on an evolving unique Stalingrad Map).

See some reviews:

A wargamers needful things
„This is a game that is meant to be quick, simple, and fun, and it succeeds in checking all of those boxes.“

„Short and sweet, and I was feeling pretty good about the win.“

Club Fantasci:
„This is a gateway wargame and quite an addictive one I must add. One that can bring new blood to the fold and allow us to share our passion for the genre with others who may be afraid to dip a toe in the waters of conflict simulations.“