But upon getting out of the sleeping bag, and down from the self-inflating air mattress, I set about inspecting the state of the war room.
A huge Black Powder Napoleonics table was being prepared. Janner of the LAF had a major share in it.
Then i got caught up in a game of 'It Is Warm Work' against our German friend Vikotnik (of LAF fame). I commanded the French and gave the British a good beating.
The ships are scratch-built out of carboard, barbeque-sticks, etc., by Claus, the host of the game.
It Is Warm Work is fast-paced, and fun, and still retains a lot of realism in the way ships manouever and fight, and I heartily recommend it!
After ruling the waves, I returned to find the Black Powder game well underways. I still think, though, that it suffers a bit from the same 'long game time - little actual action' syndrome that always put me off Warhammer and W40K - but every man his cake, as they say.
I think this table was some kind of Oldhammer-scenario.
Another Lion Rampant game. Medieval this time.
Vintage W40K (?) by Jonas
Pulp Alley (I think) retro sci-fi game by Dr. The Viking
Vikotnik's spectacular bar brawl game
And, finally, a table for some kind of Post Apocalyptic, Road warrior, Mad Max sort of thing, presented by Jens from Pardulon.