The place where I try to catch wargames in pictures.
It’s been not my best week so far. Highlight was probably my computer that decided to pick the busiest week of all to perish. But then I get home and find an envelope from Decision Games in the mail. They were so kind to send me the replacement counters for Hurtgen: Hell’s Forest. Thank you …
Setting up the September Rush scenario of Hurtgen: Hell’s Forest. Thanks to my daughter for providing the tools (straws) to mark Zones of Operations.
When Brazilian Customs finally decides to release your counter trays months after you ran out of trays and you feel way more relieved than you should feel.
Reading up on rules for artillery is tiring.
The problem with ziploc bag games is that it’s very easy to overlook on the shelf. Here’s a reminder that I should play more often Revolution Games’ Battles of the Bulge: Celles.
Learning how to play Hurtgen: Hell’s Forest. Here’s a view of my current gaming area where I’m going through the excellent youtube tutorial series for the Bloody Bucket scenario by The War Gamer.
And yes, the next GOSS article should be online tomorrow. I will
rant talk about the Supply rules… oohh!
Fire in the Lake is my favorite title in GMT‘s COIN series. But Pendragon: The Fall of the Roman Empire comes in a close second.
Another hot and rainy day in Rio. Not an inappropriately background setting to play Legion Wargames‘ Tonkin: The First Indochina War by Kim Kanger.
With its amazingly rich color palette Tonkin’s map is one of my favorite maps.