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Sgt. Steiner (Guest)
ready for prime time
Now that Aaron came through with the patch, this game is ready for prime time vs the AI and can be recommended. Haven't tried PBEM yet, but I'm sure that's even more challenging. The larger maps last a longer time, though. Thanks again for that patch!
Lordxorn (Guest)
Perfecet Scope and Scale
This reminds of an old IBM title that focuses on the Israeli conflict where you buy units and move them much like this game, however this is a more detailed version. Another similar game is the great board game "Supremacy", which also adds more detail. After 10 mins with the demo, I am diving right in! GJ Aaron!
Rosseau (Guest)
A game worth buying and supporting
This game has more depth than one might think. And with Aaron Hall as the dev, you just know it's going to be supported and get better and better. There's a patch out already. As far as gameplay, you've actually got 84 units with distinct stats (including the tech levels), so there's a lot to experience here. I have yet to experience even 25% of all the possible unit interactions in battle. And if you want to change anything, just edit the Units text file. I think Shrapnel's new "Bronze" game is just too simple for most wargamers. But WS is really worth the $30.
Beer and pretzels all the way
I played for about 9 hours today. It took the first hour to get a solid feel for the game, what moves to make, what units to purchase, and what to expect from the AI. The interface is very intuitive with loads of info if you want it. I was a big fan of the old Empire Deluxe, and Axis and Allies. This game plays like a combination of the two. The AI isn't very aggressive at first, but once I started invading them, they came out of the wood-works! The last hours were a lot of fun. I knew I was going to win, but managing resources and not getting ahead of the "supply chain" made it very enjoyable as I resisted one counter-attack after another. Toward the end I had a huge naval battle with the remaining enemy- that was the icing on the cake. It was just a lot of fun. I also got to nuke the last remaining land units and that was rewarding- since that AI had been a pain in the butt toward the end when I had everything- he still wouldn't give up. I like the unit variety. This game is very much about air power, but the long range ballistic missiles toward the end when you can finally afford them, make a big difference too.
I was amazed that after 9 hours of play with a new game I just got today, I didn't come across any bugs, no glitches, no crash-to-desktop, everything worked absolutely flawlessly. Hats off to the team that did this one. Excellent game!
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