I've had my Wargames Shed since 2012, Since then, the shed has hosted dozens of games from different periods using all sorts of rules. A hobby started at school in the 1970s is still going strong.
I play with a handful of regular opponents, reinforced from time to time by friends of friends. Like most wargamers, we flit between periods and rules sets, but my personal favourites are Napoleonics, the American Civil War, Eastern Renaissance, Ancients and World War 2.
After a lull of a few years, we have been playing Ancients again, using the exciting and elegant Sword and Spear rules by Polkovnik Publications. So far we have used 25mm figures, which has been a pleasant rediscovery after years of playing with 15s. We have also been playing L'Art de la Guerre, which feels like the evolutionary successor to DBA. Sword and Spear may be more innovative, but ADLG has given some great games.
In the early 2000s, while living in Poland, I got into the wars of the 17th century involving the Polish Lithuanian Commonwealth. There were two particularly challenging campaigns in 1660 during this war. I have run wargames representing the main battles fought in Ukraine in that year, using Warlord Games' Pike and Shot, Honour Games' Maurice and el Kraken's Tercios. We have recently branched out into the Berestechko campaign of 1651, playing a scenario with Tercios.
For a couple of years we have been playing Bolt Action, with 500 or 1000 late war Western Front point armies. It's a fun and fast game with lots of tension. I haven't written any scenarios and all entries about it are on the blog.