Verkhne-Kumsky, a mini campaign covering a four day slice of Operation Winter Storm 1942.
|Copyright - Norman Smith|
Just a short video covering the basics of a mini campaign that I have been working on for Operation Winterstorm 1942, using the Lock'nLoad system. The game files are held over at Boardgamegeek - see below link.
You can enlarge the video screen, the image gets a bit stretched, but generally looks OK.
Boardgamegeek host the download. It is a free PDF, I hope you enjoy looking at it.
Looks excellent! Thanks for investing the time.ReplyDelete
Kev, thanks very much. I have just played scenario 4 (counter attack on the village) tonight face to face and it literally went down to the last die roll, so I am pleased with that result.ReplyDelete
saw your write-up for Ring of hills and enjoyed it very much - that was a hell of a melee stack :-)
That's great stuff - nice work. I will be posting this on my blog. Thank you.ReplyDelete
Thanks for supporting the post. I have a write up ready to compliment the video, which I will post here over the next few days. It is an AAR on one of my playtest campaign games, so is a snapshot from the development process.ReplyDelete
Nicely done Norm. I don't own Band of Heroes series, but I would use your campaign with the ASK Starter Kit stuff that I own. :)ReplyDelete
Hi Dave, it would be interesting to see how other systems would play out with boards swapped out and approximate order of battles translated. When the Nations at War Russian module comes out, I will look at doing something with four boards permanently set up as the campaign area, as I did for the Panzer Grenadier system (see Verkhne-Kumsky AAR notes at the foot of that post), for something in the Kursk area, since the order of battle for that module will be Kursk centric.ReplyDelete