The game used Old Glory's 28mm infantry and tanks to portray a Soviet counterattack against the northern flank of the stalled Kursk offensive in 1943. It was, I think, the first time I'd played the Great Patriotic War in "Duplo scale" and I have to say a 28mm T-34 is a satisfyingly chunky toy to move around.
|A player urges his T-34s towards the German defensive line.|
Note The Purple Dice of Doom, foreground.
I didn't get as much time to look around as I'd have liked but did see some interesting other games.
|Nice Vietnam game.|
|Very nice demo game for the new Empire of the Dead rules from West Wind.|
I'm assured they have no relationship to the previous West Wind product,
the truly execrable Vampire Wars.
|Among the many film references in this game was this lovely|
|A very nice classic war game using Charles Grant's original rules from|
The War Game.
|A nice Crete game from the lads at Barnsley Association|
|Just a small section of a gigantic WW1 game.|