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Wednesday, February 22, 2006

First round of photos from our "Flames of War" game

As promised, here are some shots from our latest game using the "Flames of War" (FoW) rules. FoW is the hottest thing going right now when it comes to wargaming World War II with 15mm miniatures. FoW is a fast paced game that enables you to play out large engagements in a fairly short timeframe. You will be amazed at how quickly you can play out a typical scenario. If you want to learn more about it go to the "Flames of War" link down on the right margin of this page.

In these two photos a company of Italian M14 tanks from the Italian Ariete Armored Division, supported by four German Panzer IIIs, are "squaring off" against a company of M3 Grants from the British 7th Armored Division.

A platoon of Battlefront Miniatures Italian M14/41 tanks protects the objective while a platoon of Autoblindas and a platoon of L6/40 light tanks (also by Flames of War, Battlefront Miniatures) moves forward to death or glory.

Grants of the Desert Rats, 8th British Army supported by an infantry platoon gaurd their objective.

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