Alan Emrich is the co-founder and owner of Victory Point Games.
On his website, he offer 3 games free to print and play - Battle for Moscow, Drive on Metz (which includes a computer version) AND Napoleon at Waterloo!
The Drive on Metz is actually a game by James F Dunnigan which featured in his book The Complete Wargames Handbook.
Napoleon at Waterloo is the same free game which was given out by SPI in 1979 as an introductory game into wargaming.
I can only imagine that Alan Emrich must have permission to be able to offer these free, as he has been part of the gaming industry for decades.
So, without fear of getting my collar felt, here is the link to his site and those free games.

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Comment by Roger Morley on July 19, 2010 at 10:54am
Well spotted Carlos, I missed that one.
Comment by Carlos Alberto Laport de Miranda on July 19, 2010 at 10:48am
And if you go to the bottom of the page, you get the link to the Relative Range site, with the "Cold War Naval Battles" game as a free download, too :)

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