Jon at GZG and Craig from Critical Mass Games have been in touch following SALUTE and reported it as a success. Jon felt it was one of GZG's best yet, selling out of several 15mm lines including the new Spider Drones.
Critical Mass Games sold tons of infantry of all types, but it was the Protolenes and their new walkers that flew out the door, which together with positive feedback from those of you who attended may lead to a possible expansion of the Protolene range.
Craig has sent me his best pics of the day for a Critical Mass Games eyeview:
I've been following the progress of Kyushsu Bay on the Critical Mass Games Forum as it was built over the past few months. Craig and Dale put long hard hours in on top of running the business to get this mammoth setpiece ready, and it's a stonkingly good testament to them!
Well done guys and also to the rest of the team from your local club who provided so much support in the run up to SALUTE and who were there on the day for you as well!
One of these years, I'm going to that show.ReplyDelete
And congrats to the CMG team on a good show, from the sound of it.ReplyDelete
AAAAAARGH why in Italy there's anything like this about "alternative" sci fi wargaming?????!!!!ReplyDelete
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Gotta admit, I saw their stand and caved in - got several walkers and troops from the sheer 'wow' factor. I don't even game in 15mm. Yet.ReplyDelete
Damn you Brits... someone needs to demolish East Tennessee and build a United Kingdom there so that I could attend these sort of events. HMGS East doesn't hold a candle to it...ReplyDelete
Amazing board and CMG miniatures looks great. I just can't be lured into 15mm gaming anymore...ReplyDelete