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AI - 6/8/2012 12:57:21 AM   
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How is the AI for this game? I will be playing almost entirely on my own.

Is it possible to play both sides of the game without an AI opponent?

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RE: AI - 6/8/2012 3:08:12 PM   
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Well for me as an average gamer the AI is good enough for a challenge. In the smaller scenarios it can put up a decent fight, I'm not familiar with the larger ones because I don't play them.
And yes it is possible to play both sides without AI, or PO as it's called in TOAW (programmed opponent)

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RE: AI - 6/8/2012 7:33:40 PM   
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Thanks. I find I poor that 75 people looked at my questions and couldn't take two minutes to answer. I appreciate you answering.

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RE: AI - 6/8/2012 7:59:13 PM   
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Lots of lurkers. Could be most of the views were guests who are unable to answer. However, a search function is provided where you could find the answer quite easily since it's been gone over a great many times already.

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RE: AI - 6/8/2012 9:19:36 PM   
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Personally, I very rarely play the PO, but when I do I set the handicaps way up in his favour. Makes for a more challenging game.

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RE: AI - 6/8/2012 9:37:39 PM   
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Unless its an emergency, I often wait a day to let someone else answer, I don't want to be a post hog.

There is no Artificial Intelligence, as Josh said there is a Programmed Opponent. This means that each scenario is designer specific. The designer implements a PO as he sees fit, there are no requirements. Some have a PO, some do not, some have a PO for one side, some for both.

If there is a PO in a scenario, how good it is varies. I'm a TOAW solitaire player for 10 years so I can say that the only way to find out is to play a scenario and see how it goes. The list of scenarios is huge, but from my limited experience pretty good solitaire play can be had with these:

In the Classic Folder:
Attu Island
Barbarossa 41
Cobra 44
Crete 41
Cuba 62
Desert Storm 91 (if you like rolling over everything)
Kursk 43 (if you like beating your head against a wall)
Olympic 45
Singapore 42

WWII East Front
Directive 21
Soviet Union 1941
Wintergewitter 1942


WWII West Front
Autumn Fog 1944
Operation Varsity 1945

It took 19 minutes for this answer.

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RE: AI - 6/8/2012 10:20:11 PM   
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Oh for what it's worth I enjoyed immensely the WWI scenario, I think it's in the tutorials, where the Germans beat the Reds at Tannenberg. The Germans have the better divisions but the Russians outnumber you. Against the PO it's a blast, played quite a few times. Not too large, not too small, so you can play some turns in a session. That's what I call fun, I mean sometimes the opening moves in the larger scenarios (like Fire in the East) take a whole day of dedicated playing, planning and clicking. I'd be dead in my chair before the end of the day hahaha.
There is not a game around that matches TOAW... yet. WitE maybe in a year or two, WiF ... who knows? But IMO TOAW is still the master. It's on sale now so definitely a must buy.

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