This was an I Ain't Been Shot Mum! 6mm game played in April 2009 on a couple of weekends. This is one of the only battles that T-35s saw action.
This game was based on the attempt of the Russian 8th Corp breaking through to the south from Ptytsch towards Werba. The T-35s were part of the 34th Tank Div that was attacking towards Werba into the 16th Pz Div. Most of the German armor was attacking back towards the east.
For the game the Soviets started with three T-35s(pretty much limited to clear or the road), mixed company of nine T-26s, an infantry company (only one lmg/platoon), a horse drawn 76mm Inf gun and two MMGs, some medium & light mortars. They had to get across the table.
The Germans defended with a battery of three Pak35s, a battery of three Pak38s, two MMG, two infantry platoons, an 88 (which had to be setup near a road) and an FO for some 105s. Reinforcements would be a platoon of two PzIVs and three PzIIIGs. The second wave of Russians would have a company of eight BT-7s and an infantry company.
The terrain was pretty flat and marshy between the two towns. Both sides had a lot of 'planes in the air that day. The Luftwaffe concentrated off-board so that was the cause for the delay and haphazard manner of Russian troop arrivals.