Simon invited me to join in another game of Nations at War and I suggested trying out my hex mat. NaW was originally a boardgame after all.
As it was a club night and some of us are still learning this rule's system, we went simple, two formations per side, but with the added twist of hidden set up.
In the last decade I have played a few WW2 miniatures games. Blitzkrieg Commander, to which Nations at War most resembles, gave some good if at times rather odd games. Crossfire is always fun, but at the low end of the scale (squad). Rommel is a better fit for me, but it is good to know that I am able to use my miniatures for different WW2 rule sets.