Author Topic: The next professional sim I wish would be available commercially [MASA Sword]  (Read 329 times)

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Offline Iconoclast

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Hi Everyone,

Here's a link to a very "clean looking" simulation, that seems to be able to handle a variaty of scenarios and scales (including disaster relief)

It's a French system, called Sword, produced by MASA. I recommend having a look at the videos.

Cheers,

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Offline bayonetbrant

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Looks pretty cool :)
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Offline Jack Nastyface

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Interesting find.  I've always wanted to play around with many of the professional simulators available from breakaway games http://www.breakawaygames.com/  (makers of the venerable Waterloo: Napoleon's Last Battle and Austerlitz: Napoleon's Greatest Victory to name a few).
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