I can't even find one screenshot of what the computer game looks like. The patch has an AI. Does that mean you don't have to play both sides? Is it downloadable or CD in the mail with an additional shipping charge? Thanks.
Itīs only CD via mail + shipping. The problem I see is for us in Europe, with the customs fee!
I think some of us are missing the concept here...
The original boardgame is intended for "solo play", which means you play out the OPFOR with the games "system rules" for the OPFOR, you then follow the rules for your own game/side turn. In a nutshell, thereīs rules (system) for the AI (OPFOR) and rules for the allied. That dosenīt mean you might not have to move/place a card/counter yourself somewhere on the board for the OPFOR (AI). Just guessing mind you...
Like other "solo" games systems, you might need to do some dice rolls against a chart/events to see what the OPFOR is going to do in responce to your recent action.
I donīt know the D-Day Omaha Beach game mechanics/rules, but most solo games have similar systems etiher with charts or cards. "The Hunters" for example uses charts for AI, and U-Boat Leader uses charts and cards for AI. Itīs up to the dev, but could be a mix of charts, cards, text etc.
Owners will sure answer your cuestion alot better.
I too are thinking about these games from DG, but last time I asked in another forum was the above friend did not get it to work, so I forgot about them. It seems from folks here that DG has fixed some issues and people are playing them.
I do have a doubt, do you need to have the CD in your drive in order to play, or is it just for installation? Because I donīt have a CD drive, just a portable CD drive I use when needed. It would also be good to know what OS is being used to play, most of us are in W10.
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