Below are some pictures I took in the HAWKs room this past weekend at Cold Wars.
Greg’s This is Not a Test game on winter terrain:
Duncan’s Soynara Gringo game:
This game is based on a report in the newspapers in 1916. It was reported that Japanese had landed in Mexico and were preparing to invade the US. In this scenario, Japanese with a few Mexicans were attacking into Mexico.
Dave Wood’s Colonial Combat Patrol(TM) game:
Zeb Cook’s High Himalayas pulp game:
My Combat Patrol(TM) 1939 Winter War game:
Chris Palmer’s Feudal Patrol(TM) War of the Roses game:
This game featured the under-development Feudal Patrol rules based on Combat Patrol(TM): WWII.
My Barbarossa Combat Patrol(TM) game:
This game involved German infantry supported by the 211th Armored Battalion, which was equipped with captured French tanks, attacking the Russians near Murmansk. This scenario was based on a true incident.
Thou it didn’t win an award, I was quite happy with the look of the table. The players seemed to have a good time.
Bill Molyneau running Beer and Pretzels Ironclads:
Mike and Kevin Fisher running a stompy robot game:
My GASLIGHT game, called Tales of the Gold Monkey:
This was a typical GASLIGHT free-for-all with multiple factions trying to round up treasure in the jungle. Most of the board was just palm trees. As the factions began to explore I placed more terrain, natives, creatures, and treasure.
Geoff’s Lego Pirate game for kids:
Dave Wood’s Look, Sarge, No Charts: World War II game:
This was the first war-game ever for the person in the green shirt on the right.
Harry and Michael Kogleshotz’ Samurai game:
Harry used Blood and Swash for this game.
Steve’s WWI game:
Bill Acheson’s Combat Patrol(TM) game set in Italy:
Bill had a relative who won a Distinguished Service Cross in this battle.
There were a number of other nice games, but I was busy running my four games and didn’t get pictures of them all. Zeb Cook ran a very nice looking Finland 1939 game using Combat Patrol(TM), but I don’t have any pictures of it.