Being currently fascinated by the Spanish-American War provided the rough inspiration for this game. Also, it was a nice excuse to put some Hinchcliff and Dixon (and others?) figs on the table. Here are some pics:
The "Not-Spanish" hold the hill blocking the way to the capital!
And they have a captured Gatling Gun!?!
Which fires up the "Not-Americans" with greater determination: "How dare those Not-Spanish use weapons of Mass Destruction!!"
Sir Teddy leads the Rough Runners in a charge towards the hill!
"Cover them, Men!"
Both Generals fall in close combat!
The "Not-Spanish" forces flee.
Great game! The rules were Donald Featherstone's Horse and Musket ones, with the command rules of Black Powder. The combination worked very well. Thanks for looking.