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Modern Wars: Volume I: Poll 1


One Games
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Both Games
  28% (10)


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Modern Wars: Volume I: Poll 1 - 11/1/2010 5:55:48 PM   
Jason Petho


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As many of you know, Modern Wars: Volume I consists of two games.

I am presently in the middle of creating and writing up the Bootcamp Tutorials. I have completed Bootcamp One and started on Bootcamp Two for the Vietnam game.

My question is, should I create another set of Tutorials for the Middle East game as well, or is the Bootcamps that will be available in Vietnam be enough?

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RE: Modern Wars: Volume I: Poll 1 - 11/1/2010 11:28:44 PM   
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I voted for one game. Unless there are significant game-play differences between the two, a single tutorial of the basics should do. And really, it is only the basics you need to teach in this game; the rest is there in the manual. And there's common sense of course...you don't have to be Clausewitz to understand jungle is better concealment than desert.

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RE: Modern Wars: Volume I: Poll 1 - 11/2/2010 4:16:53 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Geomitrak

you don't have to be Clausewitz to understand jungle is better concealment than desert.



I knew I was doing something wrong...

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RE: Modern Wars: Volume I: Poll 1 - 11/2/2010 3:23:35 PM   
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I've always considered tutorials as a means to understand the game mechanics. If these are sufficiently shown in the Vietnam scenario, a tutorial in a middle east setting would be unnecessary.

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RE: Modern Wars: Volume I: Poll 1 - 11/3/2010 7:44:54 PM   
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Voted Two games this time, assuming there would be quite different weapons systems available. I would suggest you start with either bootcamp tutorial, and have the basics only there. Anything extra on the other game, just add them in a manner assuming the players are already familiar with the other?

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RE: Modern Wars: Volume I: Poll 1 - 11/19/2010 12:35:42 AM   
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I voted both games. Tactics nd weaponry would differ, and i am assuming there are going to be different units that would merit special mention in both eras.

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