Little Wars 2016 April 29 - May 01
At our NEW HOME, the Westin Lombard Yorktown Center, Lombard, IL.
Theme for 2016: Revolution!
Little Wars 2016 Pre-Registration is Now CLOSED!
The Little Wars 2016 Room Block is Now OPEN!
The room block is only $119.00 per night.
Please click the link below to make your room reservations.
HMGS-Midwest Little Wars 2016 Room Block Reservations
Little Wars 2016 Event Submission is Now OPEN!
Uncle Duke is Returning to Little Wars on Saturday April 30, 2016!
Please see the links under the Little Wars heading located in
the menu on the left-hand corner of this page for more information about Little Wars 2016.
The "Registration" link has information for those wishing to attend Little Wars.
The "Events /
Judges" link which has information for gamemasters wishing to put on games at Little Wars.
The "Vendors" link which has information for the dealers who will be attending Little Wars and for flea
market table information. More info coming soon!
Little Wars 2015 Theme Winner - First Contact!
Little Wars 2015 Winner for Best Theme “First Contact” is Mark Anderson for his event entitled The Battle for Sword Beach June 6, 1944. This was run a huge 8 foot by 16 foot plus table
and the miniatures were 15mm. This covered the beach landings and the surrounding area. It was quite magnificent.
Congratualtions to Mark for his efforts, he will both receive FREE admission to Little Wars 2016 and a coveted Blue Ribbon.
Little Wars 2014 Theme Winner - Great and Not So Great Commanders!
The winner of the 2014 Theme Award goes to John Read and Todd Fisher for their Napoleonic Battle of Rivoli game!
Their large setup in 15mm was an outstanding game of quality terrain and superbly painted miniatures that all who
played had a great time. Congratualtions to John and Todd for their efforts, they will both receive FREE admission
to Little Wars 2015 and a coveted Blue Ribbon.
Little Wars 2013 Theme Winner - Turning Points!
The winner of the 2013 Theme Award goes to Steve Fratt for his series of three days at Gettysburg!
Steve's large setup in 5mm scale recreated the three day of this historic battle in amazing detail. Steve is well
known for bringing large well terrained events to Little Wars each year, and this was no exception! Congratualtions
to Steve and for his efforts he will receive FREE admission to Little Wars 2014.
Little Wars 2012 Theme Winner - Technology, Innovations & Advancements!
The winner of the 2012 Theme Award goes to the judging team of Glen Domingo and Justin Gramm, otherwise known as the
Shellshock guys as this is the name of their original rule set. Glen and Justin have been avid supporters of Little
Wars for as long as we know, running games all three days through out the convention. They are always thinking outside
the box when it comes to the games they bring to LW.
This is was no exception as they had a game board that featured
REAL Growing Grass, REAL moss, and running water that even included live fish (Tad poles) in the small lake at one end
of the board. Congratulations to Glen and Justin!
Little Wars 2011 Theme Winner - Last Stands & Forlorn Hopes!
The winner of the the 2011 Theme Award goes to Michael Harris. Michael brought his beautiful French and Indian Wars
game complete with a painted back drop. His terrain board included a river, lake, bridge, boat, and realistic looking
mountain path. Much fun was had playing this game that Michael ran twice during the convention. The 25mm miniatures
were beautifully painted and used a popular rules system. Congratulations Michael!
Little Wars 2010 Theme Winner - Warfare in the Orient!
The winner of the 2010 Theme Award goes to Kevin MacDonald for his Operation Bear Grease II Viet Nam game. Kevin’s
helicopters had great paintjobs right down to the men hanging out the doors on the guns. Everyone that played in
the game had a great time and claimed it was the best game they played. Congratulations Kevin!
Little Wars 2009 Theme Winner - Rebels & Rebellions!
The winner of the 2009 Theme Award goes to Todd Olson for his Ay Carmela! Spanish Civil War game. Todd’s figures
had a great paintjob, his terrain was inspiring and the game play was loved by all who played. Everyone at his
table had an awesome time and claimed it was the best game they played! Congratulations Todd!