Sunday, June 5, 2016

More Pics from Enfilade 2016

Between games at Enfilade I wandered around the convention hall and ogled some of the gorgeous games going on at other folks' tables.  I didn't get pictures of everything I liked...there just wasn't time.  Not shown in this post are some amazing sci fi space fleet battle games and other good stuff, but here's some of the things I liked best.  Hope you get some enjoyment and inspiration out of them.  I know I did.
 First up is this very attractive game of Hail Caesar fought out in the shadow of a beautiful Roman Fort which I suspect was made by Grand Manor

Beautiful board and minis!
In another corner of the convention hall, another Roman vs Celts contest was being decided.  This one looked very much like the Battle of Alesia, with Roman siege works sandwiched between a defended Celtic city and a determined relief force...

 My favorite game of the weekend was this drop dead gorgeous American Southwest game with its delightful terrain, and loads of detail.
 I'm not sure what was going on, but there looked to be Apaches, Soldados, cowboys, cantina grils and a crashed space ship teeming with hostile aliens all fighting enthusiastically over something or other...
 Later I tried to buy some of the Monument Valley-esque terrain.  Not sure what I was going to do with it, but it was so lovely in its John Fordian-ness that I'm sure I would have found something to do with it.  Naturally, it had all been claimed already.
Very inspiring, though.
 On Sunday the Vikings showed up, harassing some Anglo Saxon types in what I think was a game of Saga...
Who doesn't love Vikings?
 Last to catch my eye was this sexy Pulp game...Again, gorgeous terrain and beautifully painted minis
 Do you dare cross the ford when it is guarded by the bloody minded bull hippo?
 Simple set-up, really but it looked great!
Wish I had gotten more photos, but this was it.  Lots to think about while dreaming up projects this year, and lots to look forward to next year!


  1. Those are some truly magnificent looking games. Mouth watering. Thanks for sharing!

    1. I loved 'em too, Michael! Glad you enjoyed them!