1/35 Scale Flames of War
Operation Typhoon or if you are Russian "The Battle of Moscow". This game will represent the German Panzers attacking the Russian forces in front of Moscow during early October 1941 to early January 1942.
You the player can command one of four units that make up a German Panzer Division from the Barbarossa book.
Or you can command a Confident Conscript Russian Rifle Division again from the Barbarossa book that may or may not be supported by tanks or rocket launchers.
Both forces will be provided with 1/35th scale figures and model kits of weapons and vehicles using a modified set of Flames of War Version 3 Rules to suit the larger figures.
Organiser: John Lawrence
Wings of Glory WW1 and WW2
Wings of Glory WW1 - It is 1918 and war rages across Europe. While men face a last-ditch battle in the mud of the trenches, colourful biplanes fly in the skies above, gallantly fighting each other as true "knights of the air". In Wings of Glory WW1 you take the command of one of the early flying machines to shoot down your enemy, complete recon missions, and become an ace, following in the steps of men like Manfred von Richthofen, Eddie Rickenbacker, Georges Guynemer and James McCudden!
Wings of Glory WW2 - It is 1941 and the German war machine has steamrolled the Allied nations of Western Europe. Having defeated the much vaunted Luftwaffe in the Battle of Britain, only the Royal Air Force can take the fight to the Germans in the skies over France. Will you pilot the RAF's famous Spitfires and Hurricanes or take to the air in deadly Messerschmitt Bf109's of the Luftwaffe?
Wings of Glory WW1 and WW2 are easy, fun to play, fast and furious systems which you will be able to start playing minutes after opening the box! Innovative game mechanics encompass planes with very different flight capabilities and firepower, while still keeping the flow of the combat simple and fun.
Organiser: Carl Rohweder
Historical European Martial Arts
At BrisCon 2019 we will be showcasing Historical European Martial Arts (HEMA) with several Brisbane HEMA schools taking to the field to demonstrate history in action over both days of the convention. You can watch demonstrations and mini tournaments, or try your hand (all ages) at using historical weapons, such as rapier or longsword.
Many thanks to the Brisbane School of Iberian Swordsmanship, Brisbane Swords, Collegium in Armis, School of Historical Defense Arts, and Spada di Bolognese.
Napoleons Retreat from Moscow
"Retreat from Moscow" is a public participation game of Napoleonic era skirmish gaming using Osprey's "Chosen Men" rules. The games are set during the winter of 1812 in Russia where the frozen remnants of the French Army struggles through the snow to reach safety beyond the Russian border. They are under constant attack by Russian Cossacks, peasants and light infantry. As the French commander will you lead the survivors of the French rearguard to safety, or as the Russian commander will you lead your Cossacks and Jaegers to sweep French invaders from the Motherland?
Organiser: Mark Primrose
The Last Stand of Rufus Kragg (Pulp Alley)
At last, you've caught up with the notorious space pirate, Rufus Kragg. While he was busy making unauthorised withdrawals at the local financial establishment, you found his ship at the spaceport. You'll grab him when he returns. But what if you're not the only one who's interested in Rufus Kragg? And who exactly brought the explosive rats?
A Pulp Alley game of pirates and perilous 'pets'.
Organiser: Bill Colyer
Part of the fun of gaming is experiencing new games. Brisbane Gaming Society supports participation games. If you have a game you would like to demonstrate please register your interest by email to:
Amidst the frozen ruins of an ancient city, wizards battle in the hopes of discovering the treasures of a fallen empire.
In this fantasy skirmish wargame, take control of a wizard and their small warband of expendable henchmen, blasting, bashing and battling anything that gets in your way.
Open to everybody with a wide variety of wizards to play. Join us to try a fun and easy to learn game of crazy wizard action.
Organiser: Andrew Nitins
DELTA ONE ZERO
Europe is in crisis. A devastating terrorist attack on a nuclear storage facility has plunged Germany into its worst humanitarian disaster since Word War 2.
The rest of Europe is buckling under pressure from the continued influx of refugees from eastern Europe, coupled with civil unrest running rampant across much of Europe due to failed economic policies.
But not everyone is struggling, Russia, the red bear, dormant for so long is thriving……and expanding by saving its former eastern bloc allies from Europe’s collapse and creating the New Eastern Bloc alliance, a powerhouse economy.
However, the suspicious West sees Russia’s influence as a threat to everything they’ve created.
It is a time of mistrust, spies, border skirmishes, riots, terrorist attacks and worst of all……an unknown enemy.
Have you watched modern Hollywood war films or espionage thrillers?
Have you ever played first person shooters and wondered what it would be like to recreate battles with your friends on the tabletop?
Want to play clandestine operations with special forces or modern infantry or a combination of both?
Well now you can!
In Delta One Zero, players take control of a number of Fireteams from one of their chosen Factions and battles their opponent’s forces using detailed metal miniatures.
Each player takes turns to activate their Fireteams to outsmart their opponent over a number of Turns by combining their strategic resources and Fireteams.
Delta One Zero: coming to Kickstarter in 2019!
Organiser: Greg Millsopp
WW1 dogfight using the Canvas Eagles rules. Will be running a continuous dogfight and is open to everyone! Easy to learn with all materials available - the organiser will also supply free copies of the rules (which are downloadable FREE from the Blue Max website)
Organiser: Lawrence Tafa
Lone Jack is set during the American Civil War, the battle of Lone Jack 1862. This game is being run in 20mm/ 1/72 scale, and using arguably the finest set of 15mm ACW rules - Fire and Fury. Classic fast playing and easy to learn rules. This game is a tribute game to Mr Allan Woodland, who passed away last year. Allan did much to promote the wargaming hobby in the 1970s and 1980s on the northside. He ran demonstration/promotional games (usually Napoleonic) at City Hall, Toombul (when it used to be crowded with people five deep watching!), and at school fetes.
Organiser: Stephen Booker-McLay