Friday, 18 January 2013

Mutiny: The Affair at Futtehpore

Here are a few photos from a solo Indian Mutiny game I played recently:












8 comments:

  1. Fantastic looking pictures and minis!
    Phil.

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  2. Cracking looking game, who makes the buildings?
    Where you using any formal solo rules on movement and orders or a gentleman's agreement with yourself?
    Cheers
    Stu

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    1. Thanks. The all the large buildings are all from The Colonial Steamboat Company and the smaller (whiter) additions and walls are from Tablescape.

      In this case I was using a bit of a "gentleman's agreement" as the Mutineers were simply defending and didn't require too much in the way of strategy. I generally work out a rough plan for the defenders and then play the attackers but the rules make a big difference to how that works out (the Two Hour Wargames reaction rules are by far the best I've found to date) - it's never quite the same as having a real player on the other side though.

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    2. Your not wrong.
      I will take a look at the Colonial Steamboat guys.
      Cheers
      Stu

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    3. He sometimes has buildings on eBay - so that's worth a look too.

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