The French & Indian War, Muskets & Tomahawks, 28mm After working our way through a Tabletop Teaser for the forthcoming Wargamers’ Annual 2013 (one we can’t divulge details of yet), Chris Werb and I had a little spare time left, so we tried another game using the new Muskets & Tomahawks rules. these rules had
The Napoleonic Wars, Black Powder, 28mm This was a rare event these days – an evening when Dougie Trail and I were both in the SESWC in Edinburgh. We celebrated by taking our Peninsular War figures out for a spin. Dougie commanded the French (assisted by Bart Zynda), while I look charge of the Anglo-Portuguese.
The Napoleonic Wars, Black Powder, 28mm With Angus down in London, this review – and game – is brought to you by Bill Gilchrist; This weeks game was the Battle of Perekrjostok, a purely fictional action set somewhere on the northern flank of the Grand Armée during its invasion of Russia in 1812. It was
The Second World War, Battlegroup Panzergrenadier, 12mm Its been a long time since I had my 12mm tanks out, hence this small game set in the Western Desert in April 1941, played on a 7×5 foot table. The premise is that the British are being chased out of Libya by Rommel, and the road you
The American War of Independence, Muskets & Tomahawks, 28mm As two of the regular Orkney wargamers couldn’t make it, I looked around for a small skirmish game – two players and an umpire. I’d just bought Muskets & Tomahawks rules from Caliver Books, and I wanted to try them out. I’ve actually bought French &