Aerodrome 2.0 – WW2 Aerial Combat
Stanley Kubiak presents WW2 aerial combat using the popular Aerodrome 2.0 WW2 Aerial Combat game and 1/144th scale aircraft. The rules, adapted from Aerodrome 1.1 remain easy-to-learn, easy-to-play and great fun, but take into account the faster speeds and greater weapons lethality of WW2 aircraft. All rules will be explained and charts provided. Wings and medals awarded. Up to 10 players per round. Rounds last about 1 hour running continuously through the allotted time. Under age 15 with a playing adult, only.
Aerodrome 2.0 – Carrier Attack in the Pacific
Stanley Kubiak presents World War II air combat in the Pacific using Aerodrome 2.0 rules and 1/144th scale aircraft. Complete with air-naval combat extensions, bombs, torpedoes and flaming Zeros an American strike force of dive bombers, torpedo bombers and fighters attacks a fleet of Japanese aircraft carriers, escorts and defending fighters. Fight to sink or to defend the carriers. Wings and medals awarded. Up to 16 players. Aerodrome® 2.0 experience helpful but not necessary. The rules will be taught at the game. Under age 15 with a playing adult only.
BATTLE OF BORODINO
The Battle of Borodino, fought on September 7, 1812, was the largest and bloodiest single-day action of the French invasion of Russia. Involving more than 250,000 troops and resulting in at least 70,000 casualties, the French Grande Armée under Emperor Napoleon I attacked the Imperial Russian Army near the village of Borodino. They eventually captured the main positions on the battlefield but failed to destroy the Russian army. Can you change history? The HMGS-Gulfsouth River Parishes chapter and Steve Wirth proudly present the Battle of Borodino in 1/72nd scale using the quick play, grand tactical rules, “Le Petit Empereur”, published by Chipco. There are openings for 2-6 players. Everything needed will be provided. Gamers 16, and under, must be accompanied by an adult.
EGBERT’S KINGDOM IN PERIL
The Danes have descended upon Wessex and the fate of the Saxon Kingdom is in the hands of King Egbert. The fyrd has been assembled but will it be enough to stop the hordes of Norsemen? This Viking vs. Saxon scenario, loosely based on history but mostly inspired by reading too many Bernard Cornwell novels, is presented by Mike Randles using 15mm figures and his own set of Dark Ages rules entitled, “Vikings Rule“. Grab your axes, strap on your shields and help decide who will be the victor in this epic struggle. Slots are available for 6-10 players.