Nearly all of the Specialist Games rule manuals are available to gamers directly from Games Workshop's website. There is a good deal of additional material available as well.
The range is known for, as previously mentioned, games that take place in Games Workshop's core game universes, but most of the games contained within the Specialist Games range are meant for either massive conflicts (such as Epic, Warmaster, or The Battle of Five Armies) or small skirmishes (such as Mordheim or Inquisitor).
- Epic Armageddon - The 4th Edition of Epic. A miniature tabletop wargame set in the 41st millennium meant for playing massive battles at 6mm scale.
- Battlefleet Gothic - A miniature tabletop wargame set in the 41st millennium that revolves around spacecraft combat.
- Inquisitor - A miniature tabletop wargame set in the 41st millennium involving skirmish combat at 54mm scale.
- Necromunda - A miniature tabletop wargame set in the 41st millennium involving skirmish combat at 28mm scale.
- Assassinorum: Execution Force
- Deathwatch: Overkill
- Space Hulk (Board Game)
- Blood Bowl - A miniature tabletop game based on American football, set in the world of Warhammer and played at 28mm scale.
- Mordheim - A miniature tabletop wargame set in the world of Warhammer involving skirmish combat at 28mm scale.
- Warmaster - A miniature tabletop wargame set in the world of Warhammer meant for playing massive battles at 10mm scale.
The Lord of the Rings
- Great Battles of Middle-earth: The Battle of Five Armies - A miniature tabletop wargame set in Middle-earth, revolving around the Battle of Five Armies and other events in The Hobbit. It is set at 10mm scale.
Up until the 1990s there was frequent support for the Fanatic games range in the White Dwarf magazine. From 2000 to 2004, most hobby content was published in a number of short-lived hobby magazines:
|Battlefleet Gothic Magazine||Battlefleet Gothic|
|Firepower||Epic 40,000, the 3rd Edition of Epic|
|Planet Killer||Battlefleet Gothic|
|Spike! Magazine||Blood Bowl|
|Warhammer Epic 40.000 Magazine||Epic 40,000|
These individual magazines were replaced by Fanatic Magazine and then ultimately by Fanatic Online in 2004, a free online-magazine which covered the entire Fanatic games range until its cancellation in 2008. Since then, only a limited amount of gaming material for each game (such as rulebooks) is available for download on the official Games Workshop website.