Jason Wert and I moved to the second scenario of my 'Road to Berlin' trip which is listed on this blog. J62 Lee's Charge is a small scenario on half board 19 set in Belgium, January 3, 1945. I am playing the allies in this series so got the Americans. This one is as … Continue reading J62 Lee’s Charge
It's no secret to the people I play regularly that if I can choose, I would rather play big ASL. By which I mean big, meaty scenarios, lots of units and lots of stuff going on, perhaps not completable in a single day. These kind of games have a different feel … Continue reading Festung Budapest CG III and Valor of the Guards CG IV. I like BIG ASL.
Berlin. I don't know what it is about this part of the WWII conflict that mesmerizes me. I love reading about it, writing about it, and gaming it. For whatever reason, the history of the battle for this city at the end of the war compels me to pay attention to it. Adam Lunney … Continue reading BRV 6 Opera of Death
After our game of ASL 87 Good Night Sweet Prince , Rick Carter and I set up J178 Old Friends to see if I would have better luck. Luck had nothing to do with it. J178 pits a German force of first and second line infantry, two Panthers, a MKIV, StuG and an AA halftrack … Continue reading J178 Old Friends