We had a great game of Bolt Action Tank War in 6mm today. We played aprox 3000 points per side, Americans and Soviets VS Germans. In the end, the Germans (me) won ,,, but it was a close game that literally came down to the last die roll ,,, I love it when games end like that.
A few more games like this and I’ll have my local group hooked on micro armor and then I can introduce them to TAC II and we can play some modern micro armor.
There was not much on there I got too excited about, but it’s nice to see them finally doing a Russian T-14 Armata. As soon as they release theirs, I’ll retire the one my company makes … GHQs will be much nicer,,, they are the top dog in this industry for sure.
I just took delivery of a new gaming mat. I had this design printed on vinyl about a month or so ago but this time I went for fleece. I’m really liking this version a lot better.
Measures approximately 60″ x 80″ and since it’s made of fleece, you can put bits of terrain underneath it to create small hills and bumps. Also because it’s made of fleece it’s really easy to fold it up and put it away or transported to a convention.
I’m working on a game scenario where the president of Malakastan crash lands at the airport, and while he survives the crash, rebel forces from the neighboring Krapistan attempt to capture the president. The crashed airplane will be on the runway in the middle of the board and the Krapistanis will enter from one side of the board and the Makastanis will enter from the other side. Both sides will be attempting to capture the president alive.
This small workbench that is to the left my main workbench has been on my to do list for quite some time. About an hour ago you could not see the top surface of this workbench, now you can. It’s far from perfect, but it’s a lot better than it was an hour ago.