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So where is Norm Koger these day? - 11/6/2015 4:41:47 PM   
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Rumor had it he was is serious design of his next big hit (after JUTLAND WW1) a WWII naval simulation program? Has anyone heard from him lately?

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RE: So where is Norm Koger these day? - 11/7/2015 2:23:06 AM   
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Jutland a big hit. Now that's rich. He put out a game, made money off it, 'fixed' it so it was totally unplayable and then left town in the dark of night. If he makes another game I would advise everyone to wait for some other fools to buy it to see how things go. Then, after it's been released for a year and has good reviews, go ahead and buy it.

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RE: So where is Norm Koger these day? - 11/25/2015 6:25:47 PM   
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There are issues with Jutland indeed. That being said, can you recommend a better WW1 naval simulation or operational campaign? Love that era.....

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RE: So where is Norm Koger these day? - 11/25/2015 8:55:46 PM   
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I have not seen one with the potential of Jutland/Distant Guns. I fired up Distant Guns last week and once the Japs went to harbor they never came out. Even if the Russian fleet sailed right up to the Jap harbors. Since this is the exact same behavior in Jutland I begin to wonder what was done to BOTH games to make them worthless. Really a sad ending to two great games.

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RE: So where is Norm Koger these day? - 11/26/2015 10:25:59 PM   
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Mp games are a still a blast. 7 or 8 guys and team speak....leading divisions working as a team. AI is well.... as with all games, a limited foe at best. Best reserved for tutorials IMHO :)

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