My take on Lock n Load Publishing Heroes Against the Red Star. From the Lock n Load Tactical System.
The last hour or so go game play between Ty and Keith. From Heroes Against the Red Star and its Air Assault scenario. Jack joins in for a chat.
Having played Heroes of Normandy around 10 times, I felt it was time to do a review of my experiences. What do I think? Watch to find out!
Following on my video review for Where Eagles Dare, here’s my take on The Greatest Day: Sword, Juno, and Gold Beaches.
I developed a Storming Gold strategy guide and Landing SOP teaching video. Storming Gold is the first Introductory Scenario, and first beach landing scenario, from the excellent The Greatest Day: Sword, Juno, Gold Beaches. Consider this a follow-on to my Black Baron guide. I would love to have your feedback on its usefulness and […]
Finally made it through this scenario. It is a tight one. At different times I thought it was in the bag for one side or the other but really it came down to the last chit. See the video here:
I continue my The Devil’s Cauldron scenario playthroughs with Intermediate Scenario #1 Race to the Bridge. Pretty cool little scenario . . .
Recently wrapped up the 2-player and solo plays of Flight from Moria from the Khazad-Dum deluxe expansion pack. The Lord of the Ring Living Card Game still delivers. Here’s a short video on my solo play: Was generally playing this deck: Deck Created with CardGameDB.com The Lord of the Rings Deckbuilder Total […]
This is the After Action Report from our 25th, and final, session from the VASSAL campaign game for Where Eagles Dare. I go over the 1700 and 1900 turns of 9/20/1944 and do a short campaign game wrap up. Thanks for watching all the sAAR videos. If you like the content please be sure to […]
Fun introductory scenario from The Devil’s Cauldron. Solo play with the physical game rather than VASSAL. Looking forward to more TDC . . . Please subscribe if you like the content. Cheers and good gaming!
From the 0700, 0900, and 1100 turns on 9/20/1944 XXX Corps is starting to make it off the map . . .