Here is my Zulu game. It represented the battle of Isandlwana. I had designed the game to be a quick moving easy to play participation game. The mountain was there for the spectacle effect and did look good.
The British player looks pensively on as the Zulu Impi advances towards him.
Getting close to the camp - for the British players it has turned into a desperate fight for survival.
Steady lads and pick your mark!
The camp and mountain.
The camp was out of bounds as far as the game went, but it looked grand.
One of those moments when you could use a few more friends.
My Zulu game won the trophy for most popular participation game - a really nice surprise.
Another participation game was this Franco Prussian War game using masses of very nicely painted 28mm figures. Blackpowder rules were used.
The throng doing their shopping.
A well run Napoleonic naval game
This was an excellent table made up of hex tiles - very impressive. The game was a Soviet invasion of Western Europe mid 1980s.
A 6mm game battling though a city using Spearhead rules
Lots and lots of board games and card games
A Wars of the Roses game being played using Hail Caesar rules
A WW1 air warfare game - great models - excellent Zepplin
These were very impressive! Very large radio controlled tanks that simulated firing guns using strobe lights, recorded hits with computer chips and were wonderful to watch maneuvering about on a big table
Large numbers playing Magic card games
A keenly fought AWGR game