Advance Squad Leader
Getting started to play Solitaire ASL. Great videos to help one starting playing.
Finding a copy of this module isn't easy. When you do the price is pretty high. If one can't find a face to face player this becomes the only option. The ASL group I play with said that the systems works pretty well. Here is an excellent video on the module.
As you have found out if you are a ASL player that storage can be a problem. Lucky for me the group of players I have joined give me good advice. 1. Buy Plano 3700 series boxes. 5 x 32 compartment.2. Good ring binders. These are to store your maps broads and scenario cards.This video pretty well answers most questions.
I know when I opened the ASLSK box I thought. Crap look at all these parts. Then how do they all work together to make the game playable. My poor old brain started to spin. Lucky for my I have a mentor. David Lamb is the mentor I have to guide me through the maze of playing ASL. Lucky for me David is one of the elite ASL player and designer in the country. He along with PJ Norton, Fred Schwartz and Robert Davis are some of the best in the ASL world. All to these gentlemen have been playing ASL since the 80's. More of this later in posts in the future. Now for the video. If you like the ASL system and have a son or daughter. See if they are willing to play the game. It is exciting to play. Also a little cheap to play than miniature gaming. Below are the first two video to get one started on the ASL adventure.
The video explains the terrain features on the game broad. This will help a new player get their head around the values of the terrain.
Stew first battle against another player using the Table Top gaming app. I have purchased the Table Top off of Steam. It is a pretty awesome gaming app. Plus there are 838 plus game for you to pick from. Take a look if you have the Steam gaming site.
Here is part three of the on going series using table app for playing ASLSK. To myself this looks like a better way to play than using VASSAL. The video is on the pregame setupFirst part can be found here: Playing ASL on Tabletop simulator
Every year around this time P.J. Norton puts on a two day event. The main theme is Advance Squad leader. It is for the Detroit Area ASL players. Some what of a dying breed of broad gamers. AS you will see in the pictures not too many younger folks. Also other broad gamer are welcome to join. It occurs twice a year. The Fest is held at Michigan Military Technical & Historical Society
You can find the make of these videos on Broad Geek. This is where he posts the bot cards for free.His systems works.
This looks to be a nice small action scenario for a beginners. Found that the map is P. The correct map is now posted.
This looks to be a nice small action scenario for a beginners
In a month and a half I will be having my knee replaced. The first 6 to 8 weeks I can't drive, climb stairs or have sex.. Well I my age sex is optional....lol 😄. Now one of the face back ASL gaming pages a member talked about Retro game rules.. What I was to look at the bottom of the page. Damn if there is a link to free Solo free rules.Solo rules for Retro The company has a great collection of other games. Link here:Minden GamesBy ordering direct from the company you can some next perks. If you order off Amazon they are available. Take a look.
I many people play solitaire games. ATS and ASL are game I like to play, but FTF are hard to find. Because the game systems are complicated. This post is for me so I don't forget where the information is. &nbs
This was on one my ASL face book pages. Most people use Vassal to ASL. Great app but kind of clunky to use. Table Top simulator to me looks like the to play the game with no headache. Grab your favorite drink, sit down and enjoy the video
ASL how to read the game counter. This is great reference for a beginner or experienced player. As of late I have been spending my money of ASL games. About a month I found a group of gamers that play ASL on a regular bases.&nb