A few weeks ago I attended the Partizan show at Newark. I was there with Wargame Developments' Cursus Honorum II participation game and in between running the game and chatting to old friends I managed to suffer a 'retail incident' (of which more in a future post) and take a few photos of other games.
This noteworthy tabletop was a Punic Wars game in 1/32 scale - hurrah for big toys! The elephants were quite something.
I also played Graham Evans's very splendid Battle of Northampton game. This is appearing at several shows and I urge you to have a go. It features no toy soldiers whatsoever - the large blocks represent 'battles' and banners are removed to reflect casualties. I managed to suffer a sound defeat but I feel that my pre-battle burning of Northampton was at least a moral victory!