Star Wars and CCN   Leave a comment

Played 2 really good games of Star Wars Imperial Assault:  Legends of the Alliance yesterday.  That’s the app driven fully co-operative version.  We took 4 heroes in case two others want to join in another time.  Highly enjoyable and a great way to play an existing game in a different manner.  First scenario we held off the Imperials against all the odds.  Our Medic Android got defeated but we survived.  Next we rescued some hostages.

We also did CCN Coruna which was loads of fun too.  My French overcome with British with British Guard Grenadiers where the stars of the show.  I managed to secure the right flank to win and my Heavy Cavalry just watched from afar on the far left hemmed in by the British Artillery.

Posted June 22, 2018 by wargamesdiary in Uncategorized

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