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mandraker -> My Top 10 TOAW scenarios designs (1950-Present) (12/2/2011 2:23:44 AM)

A list of my favorite TOAW scenarios. Many thanks to all the talented designers who made these possible.

1. 1988 Global Conflict, US-USSR global conflict by Haris Riris Released 2004 www.the-strategist.net

2. Saddam's Final Gamble, US-led invasion of Iraq by Don Maddox Released 2004 www.the-strategist.net

3. World War III 1992 Europe & Middle East Nato-USSR conflict by Piero Falotti Released 2002 www.the-strategist.net

4. Afghan-Indopak War 2001, Operation Enduring Freedom and beyond by Daniel McBride Released 2008 www.the-strategist.net

5. The Third World War, US-USSR global conflict by Trey Marshall Released 2003 www.the-strategist.net

6. Yugoslavia Trilogy, Part III: 1991-1998 by Igor Rzaunek Released 2006 www.the-strategist.net

7. Europe 2005, Europe & Middle East / Nato vs. Russia by Josant Released 2008 www.the-strategist.net

8. Lebanon 1982, The Israeli invasion of Lebanon PéterSzabó Released 2003 www.the-strategist.net

9. Iraq Iranian War, 1980-1988 the first Gulf war by Miroslav Salamon Released 2002 www.the-strategist.net

10. Angola 71-74, Portuguese vs. various guerrilla forces by Joao Lima Released 2004 www.the-strategist.net




sPzAbt653 -> RE: My 10 TOAW scenarios designs (1950-Present) (12/2/2011 9:38:41 AM)

How about the Top Ten reasons I like to play TOAW, from the home office in Boring, Maryland:

10. It has two names, so if you can't pronounce TOAW, you can say OPART.

9. Its almost as good as Donkey Kong.

8. Its more fun than learning the Metric System.

7. Nobody gives a ratsass that I do.

6. It keeps me from from driving my Ford Fiesta.

5. It keeps my mind off Pamela Anderson.

4. It keeps my thighs flabby.

3. It keeps me from pursuing that nasty 'Quit Smoking' resolution.

2. I enjoy the company of the OPART Cheerleaders.

1. Ants, Gameyness and RBC's !!


Thanks to David Letterman, and remember - no wagering.




sapper32 -> RE: My 10 TOAW scenarios designs (1950-Present) (12/10/2011 8:06:42 PM)

Still loving those modern scenario's i see mandraker.Here are my top ten scenario's

1. Europe Aflame by Mark Stevens and Ulver Nielsen

2.Western Front 1944-1945

3. Red Thunder 1988

4. Campain for South Vietnam by Curt Chambers

5. BAOR 1990 by Trey Marshall

6. Campain for North Africa by Bob Cross

7. Call to Arms by Curt Chambers

8. Korea 50-51 by the legend himself Norm

9. Middle East 73 also by Norm both this and the above scenario where my first PC wargames on the Amiga ive got a soft spot for both.

10. It has to be on there a monster by Haris Global Conflict 1988 its down at 10 simply because i never can find the time to chalenge anyone to play it these days.

PS Europe 44 is undergoing a revamp great scenario must play that one soon




Sekadegas -> RE: My 10 TOAW scenarios designs (1950-Present) (12/11/2011 2:30:43 PM)

My list (even if not all from 50's to present)

(Order isn't important)

2 Weeks in Normandy (Brett Turner)
Europe aFlame (Mark Stevens/Ulver Nielsen)
DNO (Daniel McBride)
Kharkov 42 (Doug Bevard)
Braunschweig (Daniel McBride)
Tannemberg 14 (Todd Klemme)
Korea 50-51 (Norm Koger)
Wintergewitter 42 (Pelle Holmen)
Tobruk 41 (Daniel McBride)
France 1914 (Todd Klemme)
Operation Blau (Brian Topp)
Campaign for North Africa 40-43 (Bob Cross)
Nordic Light (Jari Mikkonen/Pelle Holmen)
Middle East 2000 (Norm Koger)
GIO (Daniel McBride)
Balkans 12 & Balkans 13 (Todd Klemme)
Overlord 44 (James D. Burns)
Blitzkrieg (Curt Chambers)
Fall Grau (Jeremy Mac Donald)
Vietnam Combat Operations (Stéphane Mountin-Luyat)





Olorin -> RE: My 10 TOAW scenarios designs (1950-Present) (12/13/2011 12:44:40 PM)

Ignore this post




former sailor -> RE: My 10 TOAW scenarios designs (1950-Present) (12/17/2011 4:22:50 PM)

Does this mean there is a DNO scenario updated for the current version of TOAW III?




1_Lzard -> RE: My 10 TOAW scenarios designs (1950-Present) (12/18/2011 1:03:23 AM)

Not so you'd notice. Sorry.

Danial McBride ( the designer) has left us, I'm afraid, therefor there aren't many of his scenarios that have been upgraded.

Sux!

[:(]




Olorin -> RE: My 10 TOAW scenarios designs (1950-Present) (12/18/2011 4:54:25 PM)

Kurt, I hope you mean he left the TOAW community and not something more sinister.[&:]




1_Lzard -> RE: My 10 TOAW scenarios designs (1950-Present) (12/19/2011 2:12:00 AM)

LOL! Just the community!




Silvanski -> RE: My 10 TOAW scenarios designs (1950-Present) (12/19/2011 3:12:12 AM)

Top 10? That's a tough one, there are so many great scenarios... at the moment having a blast with a pbem of Tane Woodley's "American Front 1940"




tigersqn -> RE: My 10 TOAW scenarios designs (1950-Present) (12/19/2011 11:36:20 PM)


quote:

ORIGINAL: 1_Lzard

Not so you'd notice. Sorry.

Danial McBride ( the designer) has left us, I'm afraid, therefor there aren't many of his scenarios that have been upgraded.

Sux!

[:(]


That's really too bad. Daniel was arguably the most talented scenario designer for this game.
Would have been nice to at least have his scenarios updated to 3.4




1_Lzard -> RE: My 10 TOAW scenarios designs (1950-Present) (12/20/2011 6:52:36 AM)

I agree! It really would have been nice if he'd finished his DnA scenario (at least), but so it goes....




tigersqn -> RE: My 10 TOAW scenarios designs (1950-Present) (12/20/2011 11:35:20 PM)

I hesitate to even ask, but would there be any chance Daniel would make his scenarios available again and allow the community to update them ?




1_Lzard -> RE: My 10 TOAW scenarios designs (1950-Present) (12/21/2011 11:27:16 AM)

Couldn't tell you, he's only available when he feels like it........




docgaun -> RE: My 10 TOAW scenarios designs (1950-Present) (1/26/2012 2:20:37 AM)

Well Daniel, has his unstable days, at best
My favorite senario is Fire in the east by far




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