I’m new to this group, but I’m delighted to find it! I’ve been looking for someone to game with for quite a while now. I live in Palm Bay, but I’ll happily make the drive over to Orlando to play and meet some new faces. I’m especially interested in playing ASL (including over VASL, though I’ll need some instruction on how to use it - I’ve only played it solo off-line).
I may or may not be able to make the 11th (I currently plan to be out of town for work, but there is a high probability that the dates will change).
I have these titles:
*ASL (Beyond Valor, Yanks, West of Alemain, Kampgrupe Peiper I, Streets of Fire, Red Factories, Rising Sun, Hollow Legions, Hakke Palle, Sword and Fire Manilla, Prokhorovka, Steelworks, and a few other smaller titles).
*Dark December (OSG, regiment/brigade level Battle of the Bulge).
*Rise and Decline of the Third Reich (3rd Ed. Avalon Hill, this can be multi-player).
*Afrika (The Gamers, 1st Ed.).
*Guderian’s Blitzkrieg (The Gamers, 1st Ed.).
*Champion Hill (The Gamers Civil War Brigade Series - critical battle leading up to Vicksburg).
*In Their Quiet Fields (The Gamers Civil War Brigade Series - this one is Antietam).
*Iron Curtain (The Gamers, WWIII in Europe - a fun fast game because there are no supply rules, so it’s pretty chaotic).
*Operation Pegasus (Vietnam era - a small quick game about the battle of Khe Sahn).
*Vietnam 1965-1975 (the original VG version).
*Luftwaffe/8th Air Force (Card-based WWII air combat game).
*Mech War '77 (my very first war-game! SPI platoon-level WWIII and modern combat with an interesting written command system).
*Pandemic (a cooperative board game about fighting global pandemics; one of the highest rated games on BGG which is well deserved).
*X-Com (FFG, fighting aliens just like the computer game; this is an interesting game that is made hectic by being run from an app on my iPad that limits time for activities).
*Dead of Winter (A fun, mostly cooperative zombie apocalypse game, multi-player, and I have the Warring Colonies expansion that would allow a fairly large number of players).
*Castle Ravenloft (a cooperative D&D game, multi-player).
*Rebellion (kind of like Star Wars Risk, but with intrigue thrown in. It’s very fun! Up to 4 players).
*Letters from Whitechapel (a fun hunt game where detectives hunt for Jack the Ripper, who is hidden, up to 5 players).
I’m looking forward to playing some things again!