Monday, 31 July 2017

A quick update on the 6x6 challenge progress

With my focus in July being to finish off my French Indian War project, there was little progress on the 6x6 gaming challenge. I did manage to play the two final games of my WW2 naval campaign. My total games for the year stand at:
  • One Hour Wargames (Tank-on-Tank) SciFi Variant - 6 games completed in February
  • Dark Ages with Dux Bellorum (Osprey) - 6 games completed in January using paper armies
  • WW2 Naval (Pz8 rules) - 6 games now completed with the last 2 played in July.
  • 19th Century European Imagi-Nations OHW - 3 games played in June.
  • Galleys and Galleons (Ganesha Games) - 2 games were played in April.
  • Hundred Years War using Lion Rampant (Osprey) - 6 games completed as part of a series of campaign games.
A battleship and escorts
This month I may well get distracted playing a few French Indian War games.

The new fort is set up ready for a game
A wider view of the fort setting

10 comments:

  1. Your reckoning matched up with mine. Thanks :)

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    1. A slow month for the 6x6 challenge.

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  2. Only seven games left in your challenge. You are on the road to success.

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    1. I just have to get a couple of games in each month and not get too distracted with other games not on the list.

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  3. You are way ahead of me. I'm not even half way through with my challenge.

    Way to go.

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    1. Most of my games use simple rules and can be completed within an evening which helps to keep things progressing along. Good luck with your gaming challenge. I saw you played 3 games in July.

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  4. Way ahead! I am where Sean is - nearly halfway.

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    1. Wet and cold weekends always help with the excuse of staying inside and playing a game. Good luck with your gaming progress.

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  5. I'm ahead of things, and one of the games I have to play is something I'm running at a show in October, so preparation and the actual event will take care of that one. I feel like I'm on the home stretch, even if I'm not as far ahead as you :)

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    1. It has been a fabulous challenge and forced me to attempt games, play them more than once, and create some mini campaigns. Thank you!

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