Vote for the Next Field Command Battle

Following the successful launch of our Field Command series in November last year, many of our gamers have asked us when our next Field Command game will be developed.

The good news is that we, at WorldsForge, is just as excited about the next Field Command game as you are. In line with our philosophy of involving our gamers as much as possible, we would like you to indicate your preference for the next game in our Field Command series.

Contribute Photos on the World War II
Battle of Singapore for Game Expansion Set

We are planning to develop a card-based expansion for Field Command: Singapore 1942. If you have any photographs or images from the War World II Battle of Singapore and wish to contribute them to WorldsForge for this project, please follow the process below.

Submission Process

Please scan the photograph in full colour (even though it may actually be black-&-white) at actual size with at least 350dpi in PNG format (preferred) or JPEG format (at best quality) and use the form below to send the image to us.

The form below does not work the same way as the other forms on this website. Clicking "Email Image" will launch your email application, so that you can attach your scanned image.

Terms & Conditions for Photograph & Image Submission

The following terms & conditions will be included in your email:

  1. I warrant that I have sole ownership of the image I have attached to this email (“Image”) and submitted to WorldsForge Private Limited (“WorldsForge”), that I am eighteen years of age or older and that its publication will not violate any copyright or other right of any third party. I agree to indemnify and hold harmless WorldsForge, its officers, agents and employees from any loss, claim, damages or expenses arising from my breach of any representations contained herein. I agree that WorldsForge, its officers, agents and employees shall not be liable for any of my acts or omissions in connection with the Image I submit.

  2. I grant WorldsForge a royalty-free, perpetual, irrevocable, non-exclusive, unrestricted, worldwide license to use, copy, modify, transmit, sell, exploit, create derivative works from, distribute, and/or publicly perform or display such Image, in whole or in part, in any manner or medium, now known or hereafter developed, for any purpose. The foregoing grant shall include the right to exploit any proprietary rights, including, but not limited to, rights under copyright, trademark, service mark or patent laws under any relevant jurisdiction.

  3. In connection with the exercise of such rights in Clause 2 above, I grant WorldsForge the right to identify myself as the contributor of the Image, as WorldsForge deems appropriate.




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Lesson Plan Design Project

Although Field Command: Singapore 1942 is not designed as an educational game, it has significant educational potential due to the historical content that we have built into the game, either as part of the rules (such as victory conditions), part of a game component (such as the accurate road network on the map board) or part of the overall experience (such as the flavour text in the rulebook).

Hence, WorldsForge is working with a number of schools in Singapore, such as Raffles Girls' School, Anglo-Chinese School (Independent), Anglican High School, Tanjong Katong Secondary School and Pasir Ris Secondary School to develop a lesson plan for use in Singapore schools as a teaching aid. This will augment the learning experience of the students.

The application period has closed. If your school is interested in a copy of the lesson plan when it is ready, please send an email to We will contact you shortly.


First Strike Contest

The winners of our Field Command: Singapore 1942 First Strike Contest are:

  1. KOH Yao Fay
  2. Ryan ANG Kai Jun
  3. CHIA Yi You

If you are a winner, you should have received an email from us. If you did not, please send an email to and we will contact you shortly.

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