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Always in sept./oct. 1939 - 9/20/2020 3:01:26 PM   
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I am playing this game since two months. I always playing the impulse sept./oct. 1939 and the game never go on. Really disappointed. Never seen partisans, reinforcements, minors country alignement, etc., etc.,
I think that everything is blocked or corrupted. Bad buy.
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RE: Always in sept./oct. 1939 - 9/20/2020 4:10:44 PM   
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ORIGINAL: werwolf

I am playing this game since two months. I always playing the impulse sept./oct. 1939 and the game never go on. Really disappointed. Never seen partisans, reinforcements, minors country alignement, etc., etc.,
I think that everything is blocked or corrupted. Bad buy.

Don't mean to be rude but I don't have a clue what you're going on about. I have no problem advancing through impulse and turns. I frequently see partisans, place reinforcements at the start of every turn for all major powers and have successfully aligned minor countries whenever I wish.

Maybe if you posted more specifics on what's going on then we could help you. I can personally ensure you that the issue isn't with the game. Possibly your understanding of the interface? Or, your installation? Again items this community can help you with given more details and your patience.

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RE: Always in sept./oct. 1939 - 9/21/2020 10:47:06 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: werwolf

I am playing this game since two months. I always playing the impulse sept./oct. 1939 and the game never go on. Really disappointed. Never seen partisans, reinforcements, minors country alignement, etc., etc.,
I think that everything is blocked or corrupted. Bad buy.

Whatever the problem is that you are running into, I am sure we can help you get past it.

The program makes saved games (*.GAM) files at the start of every phase of the game. If you can post one of the last ones you see before running into trouble, that would let us understand a ton of stuff from your point of view.

You would need to zip the GAM file (in Windows, right click on the file name, and select Send to, Compressed (zipped) folder). Then attach that zipped file to a post in this forum.

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RE: Always in sept./oct. 1939 - 9/24/2020 11:25:24 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: werwolf

I am playing this game since two months. I always playing the impulse sept./oct. 1939 and the game never go on. Really disappointed. Never seen partisans, reinforcements, minors country alignement, etc., etc.,
I think that everything is blocked or corrupted. Bad buy.


All those things precisely come at the interphase beteween turns. If you have not gone to the second turn it's obvious you will not get any production, reinforcements, alignments, partsans et al.

Patience before ranting. You may have reasons enough for ranting later on.

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RE: Always in sept./oct. 1939 - 9/24/2020 11:52:52 AM   
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From the quick sounds of it, it sounds like he may not have done any of the text or interactive tutorials or watched any of the videos. All of those are a must to do to understand the very basics of this system. You can't just jump right in and expect to know what is going on.

I finished 3 turns and many impulses with the Barbarossa scenario with ease after first doing all the text tutorials, interactive tutorials and most all of the videos (still have from the Naval onwards to complete).


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RE: Always in sept./oct. 1939 - 9/24/2020 12:35:44 PM   
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Taking a look at one of the AARs might help, particularly one of those that is a multi-player online game, because there you will see everything, with nothing skipped.

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