There were 5 players representing the British forces and 3 representing the US forces.
|The battalion companies are lined up in 3 columns of companies on opposite sides of the fort.|
|3 British companies attempt an attack at the main gate.|
|The attack begins. The roofs of the 2 buildings were removed for figure access. The far side of the fort another British battalion is attacking at the same time.|
|The west end attack takes shape. Skirmishers approach the fort.|
|The attack from the west is making progress. The left redoubt has been captured. This is the same redoubt that historically exploded (magazine) and stopped cold the British attack.|
|One of the eastern redoubts is captured.|
|A view looking further back.|
|The western attack has now made it into the right side redoubt.|
|The eastern end attack follows suit with capturing the second redoubt on their front.|
|A bird's eye view. All 4 redoubts have been captured.|
The rules used were house rules and designed for quick playability at conventions. They did cover melee, terrain, moral, and artillery.
The overall response for the players was a very enjoyable game. I suggested to Bob that next one he has at this scale to use movement trays for the figures. This would speed up the game further.