Friday, 22 May 2015


Last weekend we put on a demo game at the Triples show in Sheffield. This may be the last time we put on a game at this show.

We used some of Ian's extensive collection of Napoleonic 28mm figures. Ken supplied the portable table which looked very good. The buildings were from Eauns collection of scratch built Mike Sewell Normandy buildings. Although only 20mm they worked well with the 28mm figures.

Tim organised the accomadatiom and logistics. I just turned up to make up the numbers and spent the weekend talking to the public.

We used Lasalle by Sam Mustafa and they worked really well and get the game moving along at a cracking place.

The game looks pretty good and the portable sand table looked superb. Here are some photos of the action.


A.W. KITCHEN said...

Great looking game , the sand tablet works well , did you use poster paint to colour it ? , Tony

Simon Miller said...

Looks absolutely terrific!

Robbie Rodiss said...

Evening Mark,
You already know my views on your game. I thought the simple sand table was an inspired idea, which worked really well.
It was nice to see a few games celebrating a great British victory, with a little help from our hun allies.
Well done again.

Steve-the-Wargamer said...

Superb... how much did all that sand weigh?! :o)

PS. "This may be the last time we put on a game at this show" sounds portentous.. problems??

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