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A mythical beast - a female wargamer! I got back into wargaming in the summer of 2011 after a very, very long break. My current interests are Ancients, ACW, 30YW and SciFi gaming.

Monday, 8 April 2019

Salute 2019 - The Games Pt3

Almost there! This is the third post of the Salute 2019 games. In case you have missed the first two posts:

Part 1

Part 2


Jersey Privateers - Lego Flash Gordon






Old Guard - 28mm Napoleonics




GCT Studios - Bushido



Plastic Soldier Company - Red Alert! and Battle Ravens






Funky Skull Games - Street Wars




Too Fat Lardies - Malaya 1942 Big Chain of Command






Spirit of the Game - 40m Wild West game





Wargames Illustrated - Catch The Pigeon!





Loughton Strike Force - Ligny 1815





Peterborough Wargames Club - Bloody Omaha




The Friends of General Haig - Lutzen 1632




(not sure who) - Achtung! Cthulhu





Modiphius Entertainment - Fallout: Wasteland Warfare




Wartorn Games - M.E.E.P.L.E. Force




Great Escape Games - Seven Days To The River Rhine



Thors Hammer Gaming Club - Batman game



Tunbridge Wells Wargames Society - Battle of Britain



Lance & Longbow Society - Battle of Bauge 1421




Rafael Fonseca & Friends - what if? SYW Battle



 Continental Wars Society - Battle of Pastrengo 1848




Reverence Games - Last Living Soul



Maidstone Wargames Society - aerial combat in the 100 hours war (El Salvador vs Honduras)





Sons of Simon de Montfort - Some Worlds Are Best Left Alone (WH40K)



Ministry of Gentlemanly Warfare - Thud and Blunder




Gringo 40s - French and allies vs black flags 


 Sorry Pete and Helen - I was so caught up in taking pics that I didn't spot you standing there!





Kallistra/Wyvern Wargames - Battle of Mohl 1241 (Mongol invasion of Hungary)




West Wind Productions - 15mm ancients




Essex Warriors - Gaslands




Hornchurch Wargames Club - 15mm WW2 using Battlegroup rules



(not sure - Dark Sphere?) - X Wing



Dark Sphere - The Warping of Reality and Mushroom to Play






Frothers - Escape From Brexit





(not sure who) - Burrows & Badgers




Random Platypus Forum - gang fighting in the streets





Wait, What? & Friends - death match



Well, I hope you've enjoyed all the pics. I don't think I missed any games (other than those in trade stands) and I'm pretty sure I got the organisers right.

16 comments:

  1. Good God woman, you should have been a photo journalist. An interesting set of games. Escape from Brexit is very appropriate

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  2. I'm sure you are exhausted after that marathon posting event. It was nice meeting you.

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  3. Great job in catching all of the games; the most comprehensive set of pictures that I have seen. I missed so many. I completely missed Dan Mersey's board game.

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  4. I am pleased you got to see all those games, I bet your blog is the only one to get everyone! Well done!

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  5. Thanks for three excellent posts and all the work that went into them.

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  6. Almost as good as being there oneself! But less noisy I assume.

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  7. Thanks for visit Tamsin!
    Never been there... We must go!
    May be next year!
    Very interestering to compare Salute report from differente visitor... everyone have his onw point of view!
    :-)
    A question... Is the yellow bus with ...REXIT write on is living Englancd by the ferry?
    Ok We =>

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  8. @ Martin C - thanks! :)

    @ Khusru - it was quite knackering getting pics of all the games before the bloggers meetup. Nice to meet you too :)

    @ Friends of General Haig - thanks! Most years I manage to miss games, but this year I went round with floorplan in hand and set myself the task of taking pics before I could do anything else. It wasn't easy :)

    @ Herkybird - cheers! that may well be the case - I haven't seen any with pics of all the games :)

    @ Legatus - thanks! :)

    @ Norm - cheers! :)

    @ Aquahog - thanks! It was (as always) very noisy! :)

    @ Brendon - you're welcome! :)

    @ L'Empereur - merci! It's worth visiting at least once. As for the Brexit bus, it looks that way :)

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  9. A very enjoyable part 3 of the games. Thanks mate

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  10. "Random Platypus Forum" is the best club name ever.
    thanks for these photos, Tamsin. Great to see the same games from different POVs. There were some real crackers there. I hope to get over the ocean to Salute one year.

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  11. Thanks a lot, just like a virtual tour for those of us that did not get to visit this time. Great work! I have only been there once, many years ago, as I recall it was very crowded and busy, but also very athmospheric (certainly for us poor continentals, who are not exactly spoiled for choice- the excellent Crisis in Antwerp excepted). Maybe next year, your inspiring and vey well-organized report series certainly has whetted the appetite! :-).

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  12. Tamsin, great photos. The Burrows and Badgers was also (I believe) a random platypus game.

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