|Too Fat Lardies ultra modern rules and game|
|Another modern game set in the cold war of the 1980s<|
One does wonder if after this year this will ever get used again?
|Stingray, A nice idea, and anything can happen in the next 30 minutes|
|I did like these figures and basing.|
|For me my favourite looking game. An era and setting I like. |
I also like the 20mm scale from Leicter Fat Cats If I remember correctly.
|Above and below 2 different Samurai games both in 28mm|
Funny how wargames has fashionable periods
|Crush the Kiaser with a reasonably large Zeplin|
I did ask them if they couldn't get a larger one.
|Across the Dead earth. |
So nice I bought the rules.
Having read about it on other blogs
|I thought this the nicest building of the day.|
|This was nice in that they did move some of the tables |
when the boats moved.
A novel idea.
|MDF ships. And very nice cost cutting idea for the scale.|
Just imagine the cost in resin or metal.
|Nice to see WW2 was not a seasonal affair.|
|I think these guys were German. Makes you wonder what |
they put in the beer out there!
Mostly included for my Nephews benefit.
|A very nice Swedish medieval game.|
England is an island nation and we do tend to look to our history first.
|Perhaps saving the best 2 games till last.|
Quite large models of ATATs in the assault on Hoth.
|My Photography does not do it justice and I am told it won the prize for best show game.|
And while it is lovely I do wonder what will happen to it!
|Just to give you all something to throw darts at. |
(Please print it out first)
POSTIE won a prize in the entrance
before we even got into the show.
Makes a change from Ray!
So well done mate.
Back to normal posting about wargames on Thursday. Thanks for looking and with luck see you all soon.