A full four days ago now saw those of us who call ourselves the "Wyrley Retinue" and could make the session attend the aforementioned Barrage Show in Stafford. I think it is fair to say we enjoyed ourselves and I at least spent too much...
I will save some pictures of our inaugural outing with "The Relief of Fort Nummanmason" for another time, but would like to herein show a few samples of the sort of thing on offer of gamers of all tribes. I do not necessarily know who put on what, because I did not get a program for the show as a demo-er, but hope you see something here that might inspire, intrigue or simply make the effort to see for yourself next year.
|Two shots (one with free flash!) of a Star Wars game put on, I think, by the Leicester Phat Cats|
|Automotive carnage in the form of a "Gaslands" participation game, gamers unknown.|
|"Gangs of Rome", which is certainly getting a fair amount of air time in the wargames media. A very effective looking set up though.|
|I think this was called "Xeno-force" or "Xenohunt" or something like that. I think it was a sci-fi bug hunt sort of affair...|
|Me262's eye view of a Typhoon over Normandy. Again, I do not know who put on this game|
|Gettysburg, gamers unknown|
|The STAGS club of Telford put on this WW3 affair|
|Austerlitz, I think by the Telford club/ a Telford club. Nice use of "blinds" for some fog of war, this game developed nicely.|
|A "Gates of Antares" game|