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Scenario list by designer recommendation (AI and/or PBEM) - 11/17/2017 10:42:18 AM   
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As requested by people on the forum, here is a list of the scenarios organised by whether the designers recommend solo or PBEM play, or both.

SINGLE PLAYER (either one or both sides PO-programmed) AND PBEM
1914-The Guns of August
Aegean 2004
Aegean 2008
African Campaign 42
AGS Hungarian Campaign '44 (German PO)
Antietam 1862
Anzio 1944 @2 km
Ardennes 1944
Arracourt 44
Attu Island 43
Autumn Fog 1944
Balkans 12
Balkans 13
Barbarossa 41
Battle of Adua 1896
Berlin 1945
Blitzkrieg 1950
Bong Son 66
Boonie Rats 1965 - 1972
Brusilov 1916
Bulge 2000
Bulge 44
Burma 42-43
Cambrai 1917
Campaign For North Africa 40-43
Campaign For North Africa 40D-43
Campaign For North Africa 41-43
Campaign For North Africa 41N-43
Campaign For North Africa 42-43
Campaign For North Africa 42O-43
Campaign for South Vietnam 1965-75
Cape Esperance 1942
Cherbourg 44
Chinese Farm 1973
Chosin 50
Christmas War 2001
Clash of Armor Kursk 1943 (PO Version)
Cobra 44
Crete - Operation Merkur 1941
Crete 41
Crusader 41
Cuba 62
Cyprus 1974 - Operation Attila
Danzig Corridor 1939
Denmark Strait 1941
Desert Storm 91
Desert Storm PRChina 91
Destruction of Army Group Center 1944
Dien Bien Phu 54
Double Eagle-Rising Sun 1904 - 1905
Dragoon 44
Eastern Front 1915
Ecuador 1995
El Alamein 1942
Falaise Pocket 44
Fall Grun 1938
Festung Kolberg 1945
Finland 1941
First Chechen War 1995
Forgotten Battles - Cracow 1914
Forgotten Battles - Komarow 1914
Forgotten Battles - Lodz 1914
France 14
France 1944 Cobra
France 1944 D-Day
France 40
Frozen Steppes 1942-1943
Fulda 55 2.0
Fulda 76
Gallipoli 1915
Germany - BAOR 1990
Germany - Northern Germany
Germany - Southern Germany
Germany 1945 (Last Stand)
Germany 1945 (Race to Berlin)
Germany 84
Goodwood 1944
Gothic Line 1944
Gotterdammerung 1944-1945
Greco-Turkish War 1922
Greece 40-41
Grenada 83
Guerra no Pampa 2011
Highway to Helsinki 1990
Home Before The Leaves Fall 1914 T4.1
Hungary-Romania 2000
Ia Drang 65
Imphal-Kohima 1944
Inkangahtawng 1944
Iran-Iraq 84
Israel 48
Italian East Africa 1941
Italian Front - Caporetto 1917
Italian Front - Strafexpedition 1916
Italian Offensive - Tunisia 40
Italy 43
Iwo Jima 45
Jutland 1916
Kaiserschlacht 1918
Kaiserschlacht 1918 (mini)
Karelian Isthmus 1944 (Soviet PO)
Karelian Pine 1990
Kashmir 99
Kasserine 43
Kharkov 1943
Kharkov 42
Killer Angels 1863
Killer Angels 1863 (Jackson Variant)
Kinmen and Matzu Islands 2015
Kiska Island 43
Koblenz 1944
Korea 2005
Korea 2013
Korea 50-51
Korea 99
Korsun 44
Kursk 43
Kuwait 91
La Grande Armee 1805
Last Stand in Africa 1942-1943
Lebanon 1982
Leipzig 1813
Libya-Egypt 2000
Luzon 41-42
Malta - Operation Hercules 1942
Malta - Operazione C3 1942
Malta 42
Market Garden 44
Marne 1914
Meuse-Argonne 18
Middle East 56
Middle East 67
Middle East 73
Midway 1942
Mons 1914
Mortain 44
Nach Frankreich 1940
NATO-Warsaw Pact 62
NATO-Warsaw Pact 78
Next War in Jerusalem 2005
Nghia Lo 1951
Nghia Lo 51
Nijmegen 1944
Nomonhan 39
Nordic Light 1992
Normandy 44
NormandyRommel 44
North African Campaign 1940-1942
October Surprise 2004
Okinawa 1945
Olympic 45
Operation Bagration (to Berlin) 1944-1945
Operation Barbarossa 1941
Operation Blau 1942
Operation Jutland 1989
Operation Neva - Leningrad 1944
Operation Nordwind 1945
Operation Overlord 1944
Operation Torch 1942
Operation Typhoon 1941
Operation Varsity 1945
Operation Zitadelle 1943
Overlord 44
Patton 45
Petsamo-Kirkenes 1944
Poland 1939
Project Kuo-Kuang 62
Race for Tunis 1942
Red Thunder 1988
Red Thunder II 1988
Road to Moscow I Crossing the Border
Road to Moscow II Smolensk
Road to Moscow III Guderian
Road to Moscow IV Kiev
Road to Moscow V Vyazma
Road to Moscow VI At the Gates
Road to Moscow VII Counteroffensive
Road to Moscow VIII What If
Road to Rimini 1944
Russo-China 2000
Savo Island 1942
Seoul 2000
Serbia-Galicia 1914
Sevastopol 1942
Shiloh 1862
Sicily 43
Sicily to Brenner Pass 43-45
Sinai 1967
Singapore 42
Sino-Soviet 69 v3.1
Six days of War 1967
Smolensk 41
South Front 42
Soviet Union 1941
Soviet Union 1941 Early & Mobile
Soviet Union 1941 Early Varian
Soviet Union 1941 Mobile Variant
St Lo 44
St Mihiel 18
Stalingrad to Kharkov 1942-1943
Suez 1973
Taipei 2015
Taiwan 2016
talian Campaign 1943-1945
Tannenberg 1914
Tarakan 1945
Tarawa 1943
Tet Offensive 68
TGW 1941-1945
The Battle on Mount Cer 1914
The Next War 1979
The Next War 1979 - Tension
Trotsky's War 1939
Tunisia 42-43
Tutorial
Two Weeks in Normandy 1944
Typhoon 41
US Civil War 2008
Vesting Holland 1940
Vietnam 1965 - 1968
Vietnam Invasion 69
Walvis Bay 1991
Waterloo 1815
West Wall Germany 1944
West Wall Holland 1944
Western Front 1944-1945
Wintergewitter 1942
XuZhou 1948
Yugoslavia 1941-1945
Yugoslavia 99
Zimbabwe 2003

PLAY BY E-MAIL ONLY RECOMMENDED
2nd Battle of Kharkov 1942
AGS Hungarian Campaign 1944
Anonymous Heroics (PBEM)
Anzio 1944
Battle of Eastern Solomons 1942
Battle of Leyte Gulf 1944
Battle of Santa Cruz Islands 1942
Bitter Victory Sicily 1943
Burma Campaign 1942-1945
Call to Arms 1775
Coral Sea 1942
Eastern Front 1941-1945 v.3.6
Europe Aflame 1939-1945
Europe at War 1943-1945
Falklands War 1982
Fall Weiss 1939
Fire in the East 2
Global Conflict 1988
Guadalcanal 1942
Holland - A Bridge Too Far 1944
Indochina 1951 - 1955
Israel's Next War 2006
Kursk 1943
Operation Lion de Mer 2004
Operation Lion de Mer 2004 fr
Operation MI
Operation Roundup 1943
Pacific at War 1941-1945
Papua-New Guinea 1942
Polish-Soviet War 1920
Revisionist War 1937
Rhodes 1943
Rommel in North Africa 1941-1942
Rundstedt's Plan Martin 1944
Saddams Final Gamble 2003
Sealion 1940
Sino-Japanese War 1937-1945
The Great War 1914 - 1918
The Second Battle for France 2004
Third Reich 1942-1945
Tobruk 1941
Weserubung 1940
West Wall Holland 1944 (PBEM)
World at War 1939-1945
World at War 1941-1945
World at War 1943-1945

SINGLE PLAYER ONLY (i.e. one particular side, with no PBEM play recommended)
Directive 21 1941-1945
Nach Frankreich 1940(t)
Pearl Harbor 1941
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RE: Scenario list by designer recommendation (AI and/or... - 11/17/2017 10:53:42 AM   
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Thank you for this. Its extremely helpful.

Lots of interesting single player scenarios, for me.

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RE: Scenario list by designer recommendation (AI and/or... - 11/17/2017 11:02:31 AM   
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could anyone post some shots of the Nijmegen 1944 battle please, ty

i would have like the whole Arnhem ones tbh if anyone fancies modding it

as the bridge too far is one of my favorites


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RE: Scenario list by designer recommendation (AI and/or... - 11/17/2017 11:14:15 AM   
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Thanks for the list Tamas.



quote:

ORIGINAL: zakblood

could anyone post some shots of the Nijmegen 1944 battle please, ty

i would have like the whole Arnhem ones tbh if anyone fancies modding it

as the bridge too far is one of my favorites




I assume it's this one. http://www.the-strategist.net/RD/scenarii/the-operational-art-of-war-scenario-807-Nijmegen-1944





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RE: Scenario list by designer recommendation (AI and/or... - 11/17/2017 11:22:02 AM   
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thanks, not a lot of detail on the size of map, but thanks for it all the same, was hoping to zoom in etc and see what's there, but there more than enough detail on the page tbh to know it sounds and feels more than ok

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RE: Scenario list by designer recommendation (AI and/or... - 11/17/2017 11:30:11 AM   
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When I buy the game later I will post a screenshot of the scenario map for you.



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RE: Scenario list by designer recommendation (AI and/or... - 11/17/2017 11:32:07 AM   
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Is there an easy way to find the brand new scenarios ? a specific folder ?

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RE: Scenario list by designer recommendation (AI and/or... - 11/17/2017 11:40:29 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: griffon29200


Is there an easy way to find the brand new scenarios ? a specific folder ?


No, we felt the theatre/period division is much more relevant on the long run, so we distributed the new scenarios among the thematic folders.

But you can see the list of them in the first post here: http://www.matrixgames.com/forums/tm.asp?m=4373423

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RE: Scenario list by designer recommendation (AI and/or... - 11/17/2017 11:45:34 AM   
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RE: Scenario list by designer recommendation (AI and/or... - 11/17/2017 1:31:46 PM   
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Especially like the way that 'PLAY BY E-MAIL ONLY RECOMMENDED' is worded, because I've played a few on that list solitaire and they were satisfactory. It happens that at times designers are their own worst critics and feel that their PO isn't good enough. So it is worth noting that even if you see this, you might still want to give it a try rather than totally pass it by. It's also easy to open a scenario in the Editor to see if there is what I call 'anything going on with the PO', or if 'nobody is home' by checking out the Objectives. Maybe that is not something that new players would be interested in doing, but that is what I did years ago.

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RE: Scenario list by designer recommendation (AI and/or... - 11/17/2017 6:33:56 PM   
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Any you could recommend?

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RE: Scenario list by designer recommendation (AI and/or... - 11/17/2017 6:44:25 PM   
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Any what ?

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RE: Scenario list by designer recommendation (AI and/or... - 11/17/2017 6:46:00 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: zakblood

thanks, not a lot of detail on the size of map, but thanks for it all the same, was hoping to zoom in etc and see what's there, but there more than enough detail on the page tbh to know it sounds and feels more than ok


As promised.






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RE: Scenario list by designer recommendation (AI and/or... - 11/17/2017 6:46:27 PM   
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Thanks Tamas, definitely paints a better picture than some of the forum post indicated. Waiting for pay day then pulling the trigger!

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RE: Scenario list by designer recommendation (AI and/or... - 11/17/2017 6:47:51 PM   
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Zoomed in.




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RE: Scenario list by designer recommendation (AI and/or... - 11/17/2017 7:20:34 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: sPzAbt653
Any what ?

In a thread about scenarios? Tough to say. I know a pretty decent bar in Boulder, CO, if that'd help him.

guidebookdave, if you're just starting out with TOAW (like me!), I'd suggest giving a try:

- Korea 50-51 (it's been duplicated as the "Tutorial" scenario, but is in the "Modern - Asia" folder as well)
- Kassarine 43 (Also in the Tutorial folder, but that's more of a "good full scenario for beginners" designation)
- Cuba 62 (Get your feet wet with amphibious landings and a short unit list, on a smaller body of land. Cuba's not exactly a pushover, though!)
-Malta 42 (A what-if of a full Axis invasion of Malta instead of committing to the Afrika campaign. The Brits have to hold out until massive reinforcements arrive, it's fun)

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RE: Scenario list by designer recommendation (AI and/or... - 11/19/2017 12:40:24 PM   
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perfect XXXCorps, thanks and sorry for the late reply, stuck elsewhere atm sorting a few minor issue out


i don't get to install the game till Monday, with even then time being an issue.

but yes comparing the map to the ones made by R.T. Smith, the creator and programmer of ARNHEM: THE 'MARKET GARDEN' OPERATION, one of my favorite battles of the time of my youth, it will be nice to see a modern take on it, with the scale and depth of the engine used, so look forward to playing it

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RE: Scenario list by designer recommendation (AI and/or... - 11/19/2017 5:06:41 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: sPzAbt653

Especially like the way that 'PLAY BY E-MAIL ONLY RECOMMENDED' is worded, because I've played a few on that list solitaire and they were satisfactory. It happens that at times designers are their own worst critics and feel that their PO isn't good enough. So it is worth noting that even if you see this, you might still want to give it a try rather than totally pass it by. It's also easy to open a scenario in the Editor to see if there is what I call 'anything going on with the PO', or if 'nobody is home' by checking out the Objectives. Maybe that is not something that new players would be interested in doing, but that is what I did years ago.


Thanks - very helpful tips.

Can the Devs please ask all scenario designers to state on line one of their description whether there is any PO or not within the scenario? That would save us a lot of searching.

Better still, create a pair of PO and N-PO master folders for us in the next update, with the other folders nested within each...

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RE: Scenario list by designer recommendation (AI and/or... - 11/19/2017 5:25:16 PM   
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quote:

Can the Devs please ask all scenario designers to state on line one of their description whether there is any PO or not within the scenario? That would save us a lot of searching.

They have, sometimes we don't listen

It is actually on lines 3 & 4 of the requested Briefing Format.

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RE: Scenario list by designer recommendation (AI and/or... - 11/19/2017 9:21:56 PM   
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Over the years I've collected a billion scenarios, some very obscure ones, which prompted me to create a more refined archieve in my TOAW III directory... I'll be having fun(!) converting and tweaking these for TOAWIV




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RE: Scenario list by designer recommendation (AI and/or... - 11/20/2017 5:05:22 PM   
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`Eastern Front 41-45' plays well vs the Axis or Russian AI even if at 200 turns long is best suited as PBEM.

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RE: Scenario list by designer recommendation (AI and/or... - 11/21/2017 3:41:46 AM   
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That list is a great help for me, I'm on the fence about the game because I have preferred solo play since back in the days of Tactics II . There looks to be a lot of scenarios there for me.

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RE: Scenario list by designer recommendation (AI and/or... - 11/21/2017 10:58:28 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Temple

That list is a great help for me, I'm on the fence about the game because I have preferred solo play since back in the days of Tactics II . There looks to be a lot of scenarios there for me.


It's a shame how many of us remember playing Tactics II. What we need are more young wargamers who say "Tactics II?! Neeever heard of it."

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RE: Scenario list by designer recommendation (AI and/or... - 11/21/2017 12:39:31 PM   
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There is also a Market Garden scenario. I played it last night with the PO playing both sides. The Germans won after 3 hours of play and 20 moves, as they did historically. There are a few hundred units on each side, so playing this solo could take many days. However using the PO to execute one's moves after giving orders to formations could reduce the time considerably.

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RE: Scenario list by designer recommendation (AI and/or... - 11/21/2017 6:15:58 PM   
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Hi, is there a scenario list somewhere that tells us the SIZE of scenarios?
For example if I want to squeeze in a quick half-hour game between watching 'Destroyed in Seconds' and 'When Ghosts Attack' on TV, I'd like to be able to select a scen tagged as 'small'.

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RE: Scenario list by designer recommendation (AI and/or... - 11/21/2017 8:16:37 PM   
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Wow. Thanks. That helps a lot.

I've been playing the "Italy '43" scenario against the PO (I'm the Allies). I looked through the scenario briefing for a long time searching for whether or not I could/should play against the PO.

I didn't see where it mentioned it in the briefing but I went ahead and decided to play it anyway.

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RE: Scenario list by designer recommendation (AI and/or... - 11/21/2017 8:47:23 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: KGrob

Wow. Thanks. That helps a lot.

I've been playing the "Italy '43" scenario against the PO (I'm the Allies). I looked through the scenario briefing for a long time searching for whether or not I could/should play against the PO.

I didn't see where it mentioned it in the briefing but I went ahead and decided to play it anyway.



No specific recommendation means it should be fine in both single- and multiplayer.

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RE: Scenario list by designer recommendation (AI and/or... - 11/22/2017 3:51:53 AM   
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Is there a list of scenarios that are native to TOAW 4? Would they play much better than non-native scenarios?

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RE: Scenario list by designer recommendation (AI and/or... - 11/22/2017 4:01:31 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: ballyhoo
Is there a list of scenarios that are native to TOAW 4? Would they play much better than non-native scenarios?

Yes and yes. WELL.......it's a matter of taste actually. In the mind of the beholder. What you bring to the
party matters. If you've got no experience playing TOAW at all you probably might not notice the difference
but the TOAW IV scenarios were designed specifically for TOAW IV and would therefore probably be
the most recent production of any scenarios and also the most tested scenarios ( I can testify to that ) and
probably some of the more balanced scenarios. Try both kinds and see what you think. I have and I think it's
noticable.

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RE: Scenario list by designer recommendation (AI and/or... - 11/22/2017 4:11:29 AM   
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okay but how do we know which ones are native?


edit:

"This is an outrage!"


edit edit.


Of course I could look on the product page. Thanks!

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