After Dinner Wars - Battle of the Altoids
using Micromachine plastics
"Fighting on a Footsquare Flannel"
Micromachine plastics, Epic buildings, Cork rocks, Ikea flannel
"A Few Good Men"
15mm WW2 on a 16 inch board
"In space, no-one can hear you scream"
Space Hulk in 15mm
Magnetic tiles & bases, squares 18mm
My gaming is either solo or with my kids. The reason for the small size set-ups is simply that we get more gaming in that way - we still have a crack on the "big" 3x3 foot table now and then but these handy games are just so easy to set up and store (even part way through a game).
For rules, we love Two Hour Wargames, Ambush Alley Games and Ganesha Games but also play DBA (& period variants), Crossfire and anything else we fancy. We enjoy the cross period mechanics of THW, Ganesha & the DBA variants. I'm also a fan of Spacejacker's "Gut Check" Scifi rules.
Current projects include 10mm skirmish sets for Napoleonics, Colonial NWF, Modern Afghanistan and Scifi. I'm also trying to rationalise my collection by finishing off other projects and selling them off.
Here's something a little larger:
My son and daugher's Eldar going to the rescue of a downed Viper pilot in Ork territory.
GW figures, 3 foot square table, scratch built terrain
And really big (for us!):
2nd edition Space Hulk in all its glory on the 5 by 3 foot table
This only happens once in a blue moon!
And now for something completely different:
28mm Rugby using "Kahmate" rules
Scotland score first in the Calcutta Cup
I hope something here has whetted your appetite - I have been inspired by heaps of other bloggers (especially Spacejacker & Dropship Horizon) and felt it was time to join the party.