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Just a few screenshots from several (ie too many !) Vassal (and one Cyberboard) PBEM games I have going at present.

Vassal has really helped rejuvenate my interest in Board Wargames however to the detriment of my figure painting and bank balance !!




















This is Paths Of Glory (Cyberboard version) with Western Front situation in 1915 with Germans mounting an assault on my British and Belgiums at Brussels


































Age of Napoleon game circa 1807 against aptly named Greig Goodfellow with me upholding Allied cause against the Ogre



































WW2 Barbarossa To Berlin (one of my favourite games) in which my Allies are getting royally duffed having lost North Africa the Caucasus and at one point Moscow !!







































Bitter Woods an Avalon Hill (RIP) game my first time playing. I am US forces have a hard time stemming Nazi tide (good luck spotting US units !!)

Southern sector
 Northern sector (with Liege in trouble)


































Kingdom Of Heaven against ex-pat Norman playing as Crusaders in Third Crusade scenario. I have suffered a lot from attrition and disease but both Richard and Saladin have powerful armies heading for a showdown.

Northern region








Southern region where I am besieging Jerusalem and suffering awfully to epidemic disease !





































Liberty Roads another first time try with me as defenders of Third Reich. Renny my fresh opponent has invaded in Brittany and is firmly ashore. An interesting game this one with no ZOC !! and some nice 'chrome' such as Support Counter draws.





































Turning Point Stalingrad another old Avalon Hill (RIP) title I had for years but now playing for first time in anger !! Tough situation for Ivans (ie yours truly).

Soviet remaining 'strongholds' in the northern enclaves of the city
The overall situation with Nazis have cleared southern Stalingrad
































And last but not least Hannibal: Rome vs Carthage another AH title I have not played in years. Note this Vassal module uses the newer Phalanx Games Edition board and counters (which I find a little cluttered and indistinct on Vassal)

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Comment by Stephen G on August 6, 2014 at 9:10am
That's a pretty full dance card!
Comment by Kev on July 31, 2014 at 2:13pm

not sure which module I used. but boy was it clunky. Good game tho. Love to play it again now I know the rules!

Comment by Gary Barr on July 14, 2014 at 4:11pm

Hi Judd

Yes I have the AH module but opponent preferred the newer version I just find it a tad hard to 'read' on PC screen

Comment by Judd Vance on July 10, 2014 at 1:54pm

You can use the older Hannibal module, which is the AH version.  But you have to be in agreement with your opponent and you can't change horses in mid-stream.

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