From: PDX (and now) London, UK
No. He wont answer any messages I send, not even to confirm the game is over.
Sorry to hear that.
Actually, I answered every one of his mails.
As for the China unit on Java, I combine the 2 Bns to form the unit (the 3rd was killed), Flew them to Miri, and then flew them to Java. Then I turned on reinforcements and thats all there was to it. And I told Miller that also.
I noticed that not 1 regular Jap player has said they think its working as designed, only people that regularly play allies. What a surprise.
God forbid that something should slow down the allied advance (like mines or shore guns that actually fire).
I hope it wasn't the rough treatment he got here that led to his quitting, although I suspect as much is true.
LOL. I have said it a few times now, I guess people cant comprehend what they read. so I will say it one more time.
Michaels is the only opinion that matters on this issue.
Hope that was clear enough. The rest of you, I could care less what you think. And until michael says its working as designed, then I consider the game broken.
Actually, I am playing the Japanese side regularly, and I think it's working as designed.
I didn't want to get back into this but man, you're insulting just about everyone, you've obviously given Miller the run-around, and everything you say is inflammatory.
Michaelm most likely will never respond to this, and you know it. After all you were a play-tester, right, and know all of these developers well? At least that is what you imply. You also know a lot of secret ways to work the game engine, don't you, like the permanently restricted unit move trick?
I've blown up about some things in this game, and it's not perfect, but usually after a little perspective from others on the forum, from my opponent and from my own sense of dignity I realize I've boiled over and have to wipe up the mess. It's time now for you to take a step back and realize this is not so important and if you want to ever play another PBEM you should probably apologize to a few people.
< Message edited by obvert -- 12/2/2013 12:24:53 AM >
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