Does SPWaW take into account the angle from an armored target is fired up?
Example: A tiger tank, facing directly north is fired at by pershing tank from the northeast. The angle of attack effectly makes the tiger's nearly vertical armor front and side armor act as though it's sloped 45 degrees, resulting in a greater ballistic thickness on both sides.
I know in the above example, it is possible to hit the front of the side of the tiger. Once hit, is the angle of attack considered or is it calculated as a square on shot taking into consideration only the slope of the armor? Obviously, I'm referring to kinetic energy projectiles and not HEAT, HE, HESH, ect., rounds.