Dave sporting his fashion accessories during Chris Fischer’s stomp robot play test
Last night was HAWKs night. There were two simultaneous games. The first was Kurt Schlegel’s 1973 Arab-Israeli War game based on the battle of Quatre Bras. Since many of the HAWKs supported the 114th Signal Battalion’s SLPD (see http://ift.tt/1xEo3of) the various game masters have taken turns running their version of the scenario at club nights. This week was Kurt’s turn.
The second game was a play test of Kevin Fischer’s game based on a Japanese anime series. It involved large stompy robots (actually these are more like battle mechs that have human (or human-like operators) battling each other. We also had tanks and infantry running around.
Kurt Schlegel’s 1973 Arab Israeli War game based on Quatre Bras
Apparently the Egyptians had a slight advantage over the Israelis when the game ended.
Another view of the Arab Israeli War game
The robot game went pretty well for a first play test. I don’t know the genre, so I don’t know if the game reflects the cartoon well. It had a few rough edges and can use a little streamlining, but it was fun.
I hit Mike Fischer’s stompy robot in the cockpit in mid leap, and it crashed.
The game only took a couple of hours, so we had a little time for a game of Red Dragon Inn.
A quick game of Red Dragon Inn
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