Monday, 7 February 2011

Bir El Gubi 1941 wins best demo-game

Bir el Gubi went down well at the York show on Sunday. The game was awarded the prize for best demo-game. We've been doing demos at Vapnartak for years and didn't even know there was one. Our table was in a prime spot, with good light, and was slightly off the thoroughfare - it was very comfortable (compared to some). More pictures of the game, and the scenario notes, can be found below in previous posts .

The show was very busy in the morning and stayed busier than usual all day. The racecourse is a very good venue and everyone at the show seemed to be having a good time - even the traders were happy.
Thanks, to everyone who stopped to look and say hello.


Caliban said...

Congratulations, and well done. It's nice to win something you didn't know existed!

BigRedBat said...

Congratulations! Looks like a very impressive game. Simon

Eric Burgess said...

That is wonderful James! Keep up the great work!

Beccas said...

Well done.

snotereceorlas said...

That game was beyond amazing James, as i said on the Piquet site. I don't say things like that lightly, and i've seen a lot of pretty good, good and really good stuff in my time. The definition on the tanks was incredible, for example.


PS did you get the email about the 'stripped' rules and the commission? I'm particularly keen to get the rules adaptions, if it's available.