Our Web editor, Gerald Swick, checked out the action at the Historicon 2013 historical miniatures gaming convention in Fredericksburg, Virginia, July 18-21. It was ACG’s first visit to the granddaddy of historical miniatures gaming conventions in North American since Historicon moved from Lancaster, Pa. The new facility is roomy, pretty well air-conditioned (the heat index was 105 outside, but inside was comfortable, once you got away from the entrance), and close to several hotels.
Here are some pictures of some of the games and other activities that were going on.
I know this post is a year old, but what is that 1/72 scale game. I saw another picture somewhere mentioning it is Knights of the Air. However the old Knights of the Air game looks totally different in terms of rules and sheets.
Any info would be much appreciated:
Sorry, Lars, but I don’t remember what the name of that game was. I snapped this photo when I was walking by. The use of squares rather than hexagons for movement makes it unusual; perhaps someone else out there can answer your question.
Thanks for getting back to me Gerald.
I hope I will solve this puzzle.
I started a thread here as well on the matter:
The game aids on the picture I uploaded (from Facebook Epic Forum) says it is Knights of the Air, but it looks nothing like that game, neither the squares, nor the game aids themselves.
Oh the mystery! 😉
If you do solve it, Lars, please post the answer here for others who may be puzzled. Thanks!
shall do sir 🙂