- 06/02/2021 at 15:55 #150569Griffon86Participant
John over at the 54mm or Fight! blog posted an after-action report of an Eastern Front Panzer Kids game he ran with his son. He offers a great first-hand demonstration of using a fairly simple game system (suitable for kids and wargaming newcomers) for a historical scenario and, with a few optional rules to add depth, creating a game experience that challenges kids to use their critical thinking skills in an enjoyable, engaging way.
I’m an advocate of basic wargames for kids and newcomers as well as using games for learning. This is a great example of both, with the added benefits of disengaging from electronic devises and spending some quality family time together.
hobbygamesrecce.blogspot.com06/02/2021 at 19:03 #150571MikeKeymaster07/02/2021 at 09:29 #150576ian pillayParticipant
Well done, nice AAR. I know exactly what you mean when trying to get them playing games with physical pieces rather than computer generated characters. I guess they will call us and the hobby retro one day.
Tally-Ho!08/02/2021 at 13:36 #150635Russell PhillipsParticipant
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