Monday, August 16, 2010
WWII Test Game & Sailing
Last Saturday night Sean and I played in the second of two test games with our game club, ECAMGA, at Ernie's house. Ernie, of Architects of War fame, was trying out some of his scenery and some homemade skirmish rules for WWII. The first picture shows a shot from my son's anti-tank unit barely missing my Sherman. Of course, I had just taken out his mortar unit a few turns earlier and you can see his reaction in the next photo:
blog so I will not go into a lot of details here, except to say the rules were a lot of fun. As with any game at his house, the scenery and miniatures where top notch. I should point out that the machine gun nest terrain piece proved to be very deadly in the game. You might want to pick one up while supplies last. Ernie assured me that the fabulous dice rolling that occurred when the damn thing shot at us is a function of the kit itself and not just luck.