Luke Hughes
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Your introduction to consim gaming:
Gettysburg (1970s)
Your favorite game(s):
CDG games;
Victory Point Games;
Totaler Krieg;
Combat Commander
most wargames
What game(s) are you currently playing (solitaire, FTF, PBEM, etc.) or wish to play next?
Lost Cause; Hornet Leader; State of Siege games
What game(s) have you played recently?
Maneuver
In general, how much time do you spend gaming?
2-3 hours a week
How big is your game collection?
40 games
About Me
I'm a designer for Victory Point Games doing a solitaire WWII game called "The World Will Hold Its Breath." (there is a folder for it on Consim).
My wargaming friends are scattered across the country. Would like to find someone in the bay area for occasional FtF gaming.
Personal Interests (favorite activities, movies, shows, books, music, etc.)
See lhughes41 at BGG for more detail.

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At 1:37pm on February 25, 2013, Milton Soong said…

Our miniatures group plays every tuesday night at my place (usually start at 6:30 and goes on till whenever). We play all kind of stuff (Last week it was Bolt Action 28mm). A main stay is Field of Battles for Napoleonic/ACW/Colonial (this is the simplified PIQUET system).

At 1:33pm on February 25, 2013, Milton Soong said…

Hi Luke, Good to find some local player! What kind of stuff are you into?

I started out in consim in 1975 (Blitzkrieg), then moved through most of AH's catalog. I then got diverted bt RPG, CCG, Miniatures, Euro, etc. Nowadays my preferences are back to consim boardgame and historical minis. Among boardgames I do mainly CDG but will try other stuff.

Very occasionally I get to play on weekend, but friday afternoons are actually good for me to play something...

At 9:10am on February 12, 2011, Stephen G said…

Hi Luke, some of my minis ( 20mm Airfix Napoleonics along with a smattering of Hinchcliffe and Minifigs just don't cut it against todays techniques). My 15mm ancients are a little better and I am thinking of using them for C & C:A. These days if I have spare time I'm working on 54mm scale stuff...I'm just finishing a Historex kit I've been working on for about 4 yrs, mainly due to long breaks between due to baby arriving. Who knows? It might even be finished in 2011!

I have a range of old 'Chota Sahib' figures in 54mm of various Indian Army soldiers of the Raj era. IMHO these are some of the finest sculptures available in his scale and really give a great feel for the period. I might get around to photos soon.

At 1:59pm on February 10, 2011, Eric Walters said…
Hi Luke!  Welcome to CONSIMWORLD Social Website!  Hope you find some opponents out there.  You definitely play some popular games!
 
 
 

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