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In Game Saves? - 12/28/2008 4:54:42 PM   
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Can you save games in this game?
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RE: In Game Saves? - 12/28/2008 5:48:08 PM   
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Yes. When playing a scenario, go to "File" and click "Save Game As".

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RE: In Game Saves? - 12/28/2008 7:55:40 PM   
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Thanks.  I have yet to buy the game...debating between it, the Tiller Campaign series, Birth of America 2, and Advanced Tactics.

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RE: In Game Saves? - 12/28/2008 8:49:32 PM   
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Buy it. It's been around for years and I regret not discovering it sooner

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RE: In Game Saves? - 12/28/2008 10:00:01 PM   
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I'm a wargame newbie really...just some stuff with Axis and Allies and an old Avaolon Hill game called 1776.  Would this game be a good entry level wargame or is it fairly complex?  Are there any type of 3D views or is it all the 2d gameboard view?

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RE: In Game Saves? - 12/28/2008 10:19:47 PM   
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With Matrix's sale, the price IS right.

If you're comfortable with the look/feel of board wargaming, TOAW is for you.

There are 3D icons, but the true value is the modeling within the system, the pending update to the system, and the ability to play the ultimate AI - a human. Nothing can simulate human nature and thinking on the fly, trying to resurrect from a bad situation.

From Ralph's TOAW blog, the planned upgrade to Elmer (the AI routine within the game) looks both needed, and, a new challenge when no humans are around. I can't wait...

And, welcome. New blood is always welcome to the brotherhood.



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RE: In Game Saves? - 12/28/2008 10:34:09 PM   
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There is a learning curve, but you can find lots and lots of information and player tips by browsing the forum.
No need to mention it but I'll do it... there's a bunch of members around who'll be more than happy to answer your questions



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RE: In Game Saves? - 12/29/2008 12:38:05 AM   
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Would you recommend it over Advanced Tactics and the John Tiller Campaign Series? 

The price is definitely why I'm considering picking one of these games up.

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RE: In Game Saves? - 12/30/2008 2:34:05 PM   
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I loved the JT Battleground games for years. I swear Gettysburg crashed my HDD around Y2K, due to heavy playing....

I've heard good things about AdvTac - if you ever played Panzer General, the game style is close (so I'm told).

Not a promo for our host, but, pretty much anything Matrix releases is good stuff.

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