There is really two harsh truths that will always marr anything connected with official ASL.
1. the real ownership is with Hasbro, better termed Hasborg. And Hasborg doesn't do small.
Which is why they were ok with leaving it to
2. Multiman Publishing, the official source of genuine ASL.
Sadly though, Hasborg went and sold the electronic rights to Paradox, who likely knows only a fraction more about ASL, than an atypical Hasborg upper management suit.
And this state of conditions has for some time now, made it so MMP is constantly claiming it can't do this and can't do that, if it involves anything even remotely electronic due to vague notions of what would constitute "electronic rights" to ASL ... currently controlled by Paradox.
Soooooo the closest you are likely to ever get to playing actual ASL on your computer, is with VASL, and the actual boardgame set up in your home.
If you like real time, you want Close Combat, if you prefer 3d, go with Combat Mission, if you want something that visually looks like ASL, you want Steel Panthers. I have even played custom made scenarios designed to look exactly like SL and or ASL scenrios.
The Guards Counterattack for instance, plays incredibly true to the actual Squad Leader scenario.
I of course wish anyone well trying to make a real ASL game, but, I am being realistic when I say, chances of it going on sale, are dim at best. Hasborg is like that.
I LIKE that my life bothers them,
Why should I be the only one bothered by it eh.