Hobby Bunker had it's annual summer gamesday yesterday, there seemed to be an excellent turnout with lots of good looking games. Unfortunately I got wound up into the two games I played and completely neglected to take any photos of the other games.
This was a fan based WWII Tactical ruleset on the Napoleonic Boardgame Manoeuver. Gabriel from New Hampshire put together the ruleset and from what I understand is hoping to get it published. I really thought it was a lot of fun, a lot of decision making but mechanics were quite simple. Definitely would play it again, so I hope he gets it published.
|Microarmour with each element representing a believe a company.|
|Hex based movement|
|Eas=ch unit was combined arms with 1 infantry company and 1 armoured company allowed in each hex.|
|I got crushed!|
My friend Mike put on a great game of SP2, I believe set in 1813, just prior to the Battle of Bussaco.
He really has fantastic figures and put on a great game. The other two players had not played before and although I have played it was not for some time. Mike did a brilliant job on teaching the rules and keeping the game flowing.
|Do not let the 95th get in hard cover!|
|A failed but glorious charge of the French Dragoons against the British Red Line.|
I really had a great time, and thanks to the Hobby Bunker owner, Matt Murphy for hosting such a great event.