From: a sunny beach nsw
Glad you have found a good Allied opponent, but I don't see that you have addressed my logic. I've tried aggressive moves as the Allied player. I've tried holding back ("timid" is such an ugly word--let's say "practicing the art of masterful inaction" ). Overall, I win about half the time when playing the Allies. And when I do, it's usually because my opponent doesn't understand the game mechanics fully, which is not the same as being a poor strategist.
But, playing aggressively, I, or anyone of average or above ability will almost ALWAYS win as the Axis. That's my experience so far at any rate. What's yours been?
I am really reluctant to give away my opponent style, all I can say is that he has forced the Axis invasion of France
to drag on, untill the following year, whereas with all my other games, France falls within 4 turns.
All I am willing to say is that the Allies DO have superiority almost from the start & that he combines it well.
Besides, that is part of the fun of the game like this, playing different styles & as he has developed it, its not
up to me to reveal it.
But when I next play Allies, I will know what to do.
< Message edited by Ice -- 5/18/2017 3:57:22 AM >
Those are my principles, and if you don't like them... well, I have others.