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www.panzer-corps.com - 12/23/2010 5:44:44 PM   
Lord Zimoa


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Hi everybody,

First and for all we wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!



We promised a small Christmas surprise and here it is:


www.panzer-corps.com


The new fan website for Panzer Corps, to celebrate it`s grand opening it contains some great exclusive new content.

- The official amazing Panzer Corps trailer, containing in game content.
- An exiting developer`s diary blog, that will be updated on a regular basis.
- New screenhots, showing late war vehicles and winter maps.
- New detailed concept art.
- A fun WW2 timeline.
- A great free documentary about the evolution of Panzer warfare during WW2, more than one hour of great history.
- Impressive podcasts from a WW2 veteran who experienced at first hand D-Day, The Falaise Pocket, The Battle of The Bulge... The man talks the talk, but also walked the walk, not many remain alive... and we owe them, our freedom!


We hope you all like it!


And we wish that in 2011 both Panzer Corps as Commander: The Great War will show our devotion to produce top class and fun wargames!



Cheers and happy holidays,

The Lordz Games Studio

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RE: www.panzer-corps.com - 12/23/2010 11:10:01 PM   
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Impressive!

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RE: www.panzer-corps.com - 12/23/2010 11:27:56 PM   
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I have never been much a fan of trailers that show absolutely nothing of how the in-game looks. I guess I am particularly against them by being used to very sh!ty games pumped out by Hasbro and other publishers back in the day, which had a somewhat interesting cinematics, but very poor game once the load-up was complete.

Anyhow, I guess you need something to entice the non-wargamer audience to bring in new blood...so I understand.




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King-Tigers don't let Tiger-I's get over-run.

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RE: www.panzer-corps.com - 12/24/2010 3:30:44 AM   
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Very good trailer and the site looks great so far. They have some new images under "artwork" and check out these snow maps:










I can't wait for these rolling armored assaults

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RE: www.panzer-corps.com - 12/24/2010 8:46:33 PM   
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It appears as though the King is even smaller than the Tiger I.  But that's probably just an illusion, since we are so used to seeing or expecting the Kings in a much larger profile, at least in BBC BA too!

The one thing that bothers me a tad here, is what I see in a lot of wargames by smaller developers, is that their infantry units (and others) have a tendency to disappear into the terrain. Were it not for both the nationality flags & strength values, I could see a lot more units being forgotten to move each turn :P



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RE: www.panzer-corps.com - 12/24/2010 11:18:44 PM   
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According to wikipedia the tiger 1 is 6.29m long (excl barrel) and the Tiger 2 6.4m. That's only 10cm longer. Although I have to admit, looking at some scale comparison pictures I'm starting to doubt that info is correct.

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RE: www.panzer-corps.com - 12/26/2010 8:22:35 PM   
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It's possible there may have been more than one variant of the King? I know the Tiger I we are used to seeing, is in fact a little smaller and less armoured than the prototypes which originally rolled off, since they had been equipped with an innovative rotating frontal armour (wish they hadn't removed that in later models).

Anyhow, those screen shots enticed me to play the old PG Blitzkriege campaign again. Flawless victory... which is nice and all, but there are only so many times one can play flawless victories until they start to get a little boring. So... the eyes of the PG community are watching you now....






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RE: www.panzer-corps.com - 1/22/2011 10:51:20 AM   
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Outside Twitter, YouTube, we are also at Facebook.

http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Lordz-Games-Studio/162489177110682?v=wall

Of course all social networks can be accessed through our website and forum as well

www.thelordzgamesstudio.com

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RE: www.panzer-corps.com - 1/25/2011 2:21:50 AM   
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hi there,

according to this pages it is more then 7m long (without the barrel)


http://www.panzer-archiv.de/content/datenblatt.php?id=67

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Panzerkampfwagen_VI_Tiger_II#Technische_Daten

http://www.lonesentry.com/tm_tigertank/index.html

http://www.achtungpanzer.com/panzerkampfwagen-vi-tiger-ii-ausf-b-konigstiger-kingroyaltiger-tiger-ii-sd-kfz-182.htm


p.s.> en.wiki has the wrong meassurements

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