Saturday 2nd July   Leave a comment

Pandemic and watching the football.  Mike Bruce and Phil took on an even harder version of Pandemic.  The virulent strain was extra tough.  Red was virulent.  They managed to cure blue and keep yellow under control.  Black was difficult but they just turned that around when the fourth epidemic struck.  It was virulent and added to the single reds they thought had been safe.  All reds on board and players lost.  
The football was fun to watch with Germany beating Italy on penalties. The funniest moment being when the player brought on by Italy to take the penalty moments before did a little dance and then missed horribly.  Never has Gemany missed so many penalties but they still won!  

Posted July 3, 2016 by wargamesdiary in Uncategorized

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