A few weeks ago, Dylan and I played us a city fight. Here are some pics.
Tactically speaking, this game played about like you'd expect a city fight to go. I made ready to advance up either side of the table, with a good punch extra on one side with my Shermans, matched on that same side by his Panzer IVs.
You can see here the Shermans getting into position to support the infantry advance.
One Sherman got particularly bold, and earned good kills for it. After the tanks were gone, this one Sherman spent the rest of the game making good use of his .50 cal (I'd have had more fun with American shermans rather than British, but that's what the list allows for).
The other Shermans, and the proxyed Firefly didn't last so long.
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn:
The fighting on my right side of the table was a side-show, and never really amounted to anything.
But on the left (the side with the tanks) both of us were gearing up for our Big Push. But, looking at those burning Panzer IVs, Dylan hesitated, and it was then that I made my move (I moved up so close and hit him with so much small arms fire that assaulting seemed like a good idea.)
The eventual assault