There was a large selection of great looking games as well as a whole table dedicated to just kids games. There was also a Flames of War tournament at the convention this year.
The club is already making plans for next year.
|An overview of the new convention site, The Havre De Grace Community Center.|
|This year the HAWKs had a well attended Flames of War tournament at the convention. The sponsors are looking forward to coming back again next year.|
|Mark Fastoso's The Tower Helmets WWII North Africa game using "Fireball Forward" rules.|
|Whoever is worried about the graying of the hobby, fear not; the HAWKs were pleased to see a large number of kids come along with their folks for a day of gaming, and not just at the kids table.|
|Steve Gelhard's "Shako II" Napoleonic game.|
|A close up of the "Shako II" game, Morning of Morengo|
|David Cochran's Belisarious vs. the Visigoths game, using modified "Kings of War" rules.|
|Gamers had a several dealers and flea marketers to shop at during the con.|
|A view of the hall mid day during the peak of the action.|
|Another view of the hall.|
|I ran a series of four well received, hour long, "Look, Sarge, No Charts:WWII" demo games.|
|A last minute addition to the game line-up was this War of the Worlds game using GASLIGHT rules. The hosts did a great job in what was apparently the first convention game they ever ran.|
|Kurt Schlegel's Attack on Santa's Village game, using GASLIGHT rules, was a big hit with the kids.|
|P. Heffner's Aerodrome games are always a big hit at Barrage with kids and adults alike.|