Marshal Enterprises (ME) was formed when Dennis Spors, Monte Mattson and Jim Soto took over Laurence A. Groves' company (Martial Enterprises). This group including Mike Neylan as a developer published a series of Napoleonic Grand Tactical Games from 1975-1982. Only 1000 copies of each title were published. ME initiated multi-color counters to give a miniatures look to board games, using mechanical separations in the printing process.
In 2011 ME started publishing games again but free from their website. Dennis Spors, Monte Mattson and Jim Soto are again the designers and artists.
Martial / Marshal Enterprises has been nominated for several Charles S. Roberts Awards for La Bataille de le Moscowa, La Bataille de Preussisch -Eylau, La Bataille de Halle and expansion game Wiederitzsch, and has won twice. Monte Mattson was nominated for Luetzen produced by COA
Marshal Enterprises won 2011 Best Print and Play Game Charles Roberts Award for La Bataille d'Halle 1806.
In October of 2013 La Bataille de Leipzig 1813 was published with a limited run of 400 boxed games for sale. A monster of monster games. They sold out that same year.
In October 2014 La Bataille de Friedland 1807 and Le Siege de Danzig 1807 was published with a limited run of 400 copies for sale.