This year the game day was back in the museum’s main gallery, but the event day was moved from Saturday to Sunday. We set up our information table and four gaming tables around the Blackbird. I spent the most of the day at the information table, but took time to grab some photos of the games.
|The overhead view of this year's setup. you can see three of the gaming tables and the information table from here.|
|This view has the fourth table|
|The Wings of Glory game had a German observation balloon as the central focus|
|And lots of players interested in attacking or defending it|
|The All Quiet on the Martian Front game had some nice Martian tripods|
|Some interesting Earth vehicles|
|And everyone seemed to like it.|
|MiGs jump a flight of F-105s in the Check Your 6 Jets game|
|There was a good turnout for the Lion Rampant game|
|Although some troops had to fight bad dice all day.|
|The X-Wing Fighter game had lots of ships in a small area|
|The French and Austro-Hungarians ready for battle|
|Fleets closing for action|
|The afternoon Lion Rampant game|
The game day is always a good opportunity to show off the hobby to the general public and the museum is a really great forum for it.
This year we also shared the area with the radio-control airplane hobbyist. They had some really nice stuff and I took a couple minutes to look through their display and snap a few photos.
|A nice radio-controlled 'Ike' racer|
|And an equally nice F-86 Sabre|