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General Staff Support Forum / Re: Welcome to the General Staff crew
« Last post by Iconoclast on September 12, 2017, 07:47:49 PM »
Let me start by saying I am intrigued by what I see, anything that reminds me of Kriegsspiel is guaranteed to get my attention.

I find it peculiar though, that all videos there are and most of the information shared seem to be about editor-features. Those are certainly great to have, and they seem well done from what I saw, but I would have guessed that Dev-Diaries about the editor is something for the last Entries. Instead, wouldn't it be great to have a more specific outlook on the game itself?

Is there, for example, a feature list around? I remember that there will be a courier system. But what about the FoW mechanic? Orders from superiors during scenarios like in SoW? Uncontrolled neighbors that can collapse and influence your operation? Sieges mechanics? War Bridges? Multiplayer? PBEM? (Just found the answer in an interview.)

Just throwing a few key words into the ring, that I find relevant.

Good luck with the further development,

A
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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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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,

A
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Schwerpunkt PC Wargames / Where are we now with World War II - Europe?
« Last post by Boggit on August 19, 2017, 11:46:14 PM »
Anybody know? ???
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DIY / Re: Counter art
« Last post by acctingman on August 09, 2017, 11:04:35 AM »
Thank you both!
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DIY / Re: Counter art
« Last post by BanzaiCat on August 09, 2017, 08:46:52 AM »
Try Flaticon also...www.flaticon.com

You have to cite any icons you use from this site, but that's easily enough done.
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DIY / Re: Counter art
« Last post by Jack Nastyface on August 08, 2017, 04:05:57 PM »
Hey Accntingman...not sure if you are interested, but if you want silhouettes via a font, try here:  http://www.mapsymbs.com/
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DIY / Re: Counter art
« Last post by mirth on August 04, 2017, 03:07:14 PM »
Don't worry. It was fleeting.
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