From: Bremen, Germany
This section informs me that it would be good to do Air Recon. I fully agree.
lol, I also made a joke about this in some other thread
To be fair, a lot of good work went inot this manual, and I have the hard back copy, which is a real treat. But some of it is written as if we are 8 years old and have never played anything but checkers.
Air reconnaissance missions can be used to locate hidden enemy forces
Ya think ? Who thought that we wouldn't have known this ? And if this info was important enough to put in the manual, why wasn't the instruction on how to do so not at all important ? James Taylor just explained it in three lines, the manual takes up 4 paragraphs telling us that the left shoe goes on the left foot
Love the game.
You can only lose when you write a manual. For some it is too spartanic, for others offers the information value like "An iceberg is bad for the Titanic".
I usually explain everything, as logic as it may be. Just to offer a manual which does include everything you need even if you don't have a clue about anything.
Most people never ever read the manual anyway. But in a world where you have to warn every american customer that fresh coffee is HOT and that your car want drive home automatically once you leave your driver seat to sit in the back there is surely the need to explain about what a recon flight will do.
You do a recon flight as long as you left click while the cursor shows the question mark.
"You will be dead, so long as you refuse to die" (George MacDonald)