Nigel came over and we had a couple of games in the garage. Nigel chose Soviets with a Sherman and Matilda as his two tanks. I played Germany with a Panzer 3 and 4 as my tanks. We played two games. Neither of us could get decisive shots on target and both games were grindingContinue reading “Garage games.”
I’ve poached an idea or two from a Facebook group and invented some myself. I give you 8 additional tanker cards to use.
Had a game of What a Tanker! against gaming pal Dan last night. We played a scenario where the defenders don’t know what road the attacker is on until they try to acquire a target. Is it an enemy tank or a stray cow! BOOM! Burgers. Once the attack is realised the defenders must regroupContinue reading “What a Tanker! Garage Wars.”
A friend had lent me a 3D printer. It’s the sort that melts plastic and lays it down in a pattern. I’ve found a nice few pieces of 15mm scale buildings that I will print if possible. My first attempt was a section of damaged wall. This only took 3 hours to print. The smallestContinue reading “3D printing.”
Inspired by the book Tank Commander by Bill Close, I’ve been messing around with a couple of scenarios. Bill Close talks of arriving in Calais in 1940. As soon as the British A10 and A13 Cruisers are unloaded the initial reconnaissances missions run into German Panzer and anti-tank guns. It soon became obvious Calais wasContinue reading “Working on some scenarios for What a Tanker!”
We had friends over this morning who we’ve not seen for 3 months. I played some What a Tanker! and had a chat. I had a quick lunch and then went to the range to meet up with my shooting friends. I had my BSA Lightening GRT .177 which was a Christmas present that hadContinue reading “Pleased lockdown is lifting.”
The day started well as both my wife and I were working from home and the children were at school. Let’s just say we had a leisurely start to our day. I earned brownie points by deep cleaning the upstairs bathroom. Everything in there was washed and polished to within an inch of its life!Continue reading “Fantastic day.”