…game on the table, a classic face off in Normandy between GIs coming from Utah and the baddies.
What best way to say “Good morning! Rome loves you all!” than a devastating hail of javelins.
This is just a coffee break, not an unboxing nor a review.
I noticed I did not share a couple of videos of games played with the youngsters, as part of their adventures on the high seas.
October is, not surprisingly, a very intense month in military history and consequentially for the wargamer that relies, partially or fully, in historical events to recreate conflict on the table.
Usually I don’t mix “work and pleasure”.
Meaning it is a most rare occasion when I game what I am reading about but as with all good things in life there’s always…
There’s no board wargame on the table but there’s wargaming on the table.
One aspect of the hobby that I enjoy is to craft and paint miniatures and terrain pieces. One aspect I dislike in the hobby is printing and cutting counters and markers
Summer still rolling and returned to work but it is hard to get out of office and not going to the beach, so it is normal that the hobby side suffers.
The benefit I see to the miniatures wargames is indeed the ability to ally two different games to portray different scales of the exact same story seamlessly.
June 6 1944. Somewhere in Normandy. Part 3