My old friend Will Willow and I got paired up in another on-line tournament and we chose African Brothers for our game. J162 is set in Kenya, in 1940 and features a skirmish between the King's African Rifles and elements of Africa Orientale Italiana. Three boards, including one of the 'Fort' boards set the … Continue reading J162 African Brothers – Dicing 101
Jeff Buser and I play on Sunday evenings. Jeff is a better player than I am, but we get along good and he will play anything, anytime, anywhere. We originally got together on-line playtesting some future French stuff for Steve Swann, then he picked up a couple of night scenarios with me. After the … Continue reading A61 Across the Wire
I will confess to you now........ I love Deluxe ASL. I think the ASL community has a love / hate relationship with DASL. They either love it or they hate it. I don't think there is a lot of "it's OK" feelings out there. For you non ASL players out there, DASL was created … Continue reading J158 It Don’t Come Easy
My next opponent in the CyberVASL tournament was Pablo Garcia and BoF2 A Polish Requiem was our choice. I got the attacking German forces while Pablo defended with the Poles. BoF2 is six turns featuring early war action in Poland with a mostly first line German force with Panzer I, II and very early … Continue reading BoF2 A Polish Requiem
So, quite a bit has been happening since my last post. I have finished up a number of ASL scenarios, cautiously played through the introductory scenario of D-Day at Omaha Beach, got in a game of Warriors of God, began reading the rules for Skies Above the Reich, was charged for my forthcoming copy of … Continue reading A brief update.