I played the British and Spanish Allies whilst Rick took the French. The rules were C&C Napoleonics using 15mm figures on Hexxon 2 terrain.
A view across the French lines.
Fire from French Light Infantry causes enough casualties to make this unit innefective for the rest of the game.
British infantry disrupt a french cavalry charge. The red poker chip defines the bridge as an objectivev that only the British can score, but the French can deny them.
The Allied lines early in the game.
The Allied right flank is pushed back following a bayonet charge.
French lancers force the bridge defenders into square.
The French had reached the 7 banners required for Victory. The British launched a desperate bayonet charge to try and reduce the deficit.
This game was an enjoyable tribute to the great pioneer of wargaming in the UK.
This was a good test for the C&C Napoleonics game. It was the first 'unnoficial' or 'made up' scenario that we have played. It was a great game; even though I lost!