Marc, did you ever own any Table Tactics pieces?ï¿½Â
Yes, I own pieces from all the sets TT produced, including the little Abrams tanks they made.Â Much better M1s (except for their size, which is a trifle big) were made for the old Supremacy game, and were later re-manufactured by another company as gaming supply items.Â HBG sells them:
A funny additional story about the article on that gaming convention.Â The reporter was taken around the convention floor by one of the organizers, who at one point showed him a WWII tactical game in progress at one of the tables.Â The organizer explained that this was a battle on the Eastern Front between German and Russian forces, then commented "As you can see, the Germans are about to get flanked."Â According to the reporter, two of the players (“presumably Germans”) looked up in surprise.Â The organizer lowered his voice and added “And I don’t think they’re expecting it.”
I could never get the Central Powers pieces. Everything else was no problem unless you count “Cromwell ???” whatever it was called.
TT was based out of Tulsa, OK coincedentally HBG is from Tulsa, OK. I’ve always wondered if Coach had anything to do with them.
HBG Germany still has some old TT singles but the cost to ship plus the fact thier sold as singles rather than sets of runners makes me not want them as much.