I have been to … BroadsidePosted: June 10, 2014
Here is a picture of the man himself:
I managed to get around all the games that were taking part, and took photographs of as many of them as I could. I did have the usual problem though; some had excellent signage and information whereas others did not. As a result I have not been able to attribute some of the games to a group … so if your group’s game is featured but unnamed, please accept my apologies.
World War I (Crush The Kaiser)
Kandahar: Second Afghan War (Gravesend Wargamers Club)
The Arabian Campaign, World War I: The taking of Akaba (Rainham [Medway] Wargames Club)
American Civil War Ironclads in action (South East Essex Military Society)
Note: SEEMS (South East Essex Military Society) were using a slightly tweaked version of my Portable Naval Wargame rules.
Western Gunfight … using Playmobile figures (Gravesend Gamers Guild)
Dr Who (Friday Night Fire Fight Club)
A variety of skirmish-level wargames (Hornchurch Heroes Gaming Club)
Somewhere in France: Summer 1944 (Shepway Wargames Club)
Battle of Shaho: Russo-Japanese War (Posties Rejects)
Postie scratch-built this very impressive balloon using a polystyrene ball, wire, and cardboard. He used a metal base so that it was stable.
Belgium: August 1914 (Medway Wargames Society)
The Magnificent Seven Gunfight (Skirmish Wargames Group)
North West Europe
Science Fiction games