"Ho there Mr Mojo, where have you been?"
"Sorry boss, things were going **** up with Brexit so I shot over to Crete to paddle board with some Russians."
"Well, now you are back we can crack on, have you had any ideas?"
"Well, loads but....well we had a few beers and stuff so I'm a bit murky on where I got to."
"Good thing I'm doing your job for you then!"
First up, more progress on Stout Hearts as per picture. Nearly final map. Looking to finish this very soon. Play testing next week. The photo does show this is a floppy map, bits of A4 stuck together, but it does look nice in real life.
I have been very happily inspired by a number of developments in other guys wargaming lives:
Bob Cordery's Portable Wargame is getting a lot of interesting applications. This one (of many) from Mark Cordone is brilliant, from the home made map tiles and 2D buildings to the 1/72 micro armies is simply superb (here).
I like reviews, especially ones which are useful. A simple like it or not is not helpful. However, there is a great review of my Hue game here.
The reviewer didn't like it all that much but appreciated the experience. The important thing for me is that he thought that it was a good simulation of urban warfare. That is, lots of static shooting and endless assaults. Possibly not a not a fun game for the manoeuvre enthusiast but I take that as a compliment
On the horizon
Against the Odds Magazine have a belated Annual coming out. This time, La Vendée - 1793. I find this endlessly fascinating so it is on my list (see the blurb here).
Unfortunately, some Google nutter has decided to screw up everyone's Drive links. I know this has affected some of you looking to download some of my files. Please keep trying, I'm working to make all of them available again very soon. Thank you for your interest.