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Empires in Arms is the computer version of Australian Design Group classic board game. Empires in Arms is a seven player game of grand strategy set during the Napoleonic period of 1805-1815. The unit scale is corps level with full diplomatic options

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Marshall:

I know there are some bugs still floating around from 1.05.3 that should be resolved in 1.05.4 or 1.06. But these are small things that I know will be taken care of in relatively short time.

From what I have seen on Mantis from your 1.06 post log, I am extremely confident that you have taken major steps to fix systemic issues. I reckon that within a few more versions we will have an outstanding product that will surpass the orginal board game. You are doing a fantastic job!

In my primary game (played since 1.01) we are in February 1809 and are now zipping along due to the skip turn option (btw: you may want to publicize this method in the forums as it is not readily discerable). Please keep up the great work.

And if you ever want any help designing that new naval combat system, I would love to help!

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Thanks for the support Mardonius!
 
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Seconded !
 
A nice guide to skipping phases might be good. I'll write one myself if I have a moment (haven't had for the last two weeks) [:(]
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Well, "Get on it" DC...Alan Partridge may be able to help you...A-HA!

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Seconded !

A nice guide to skipping phases might be good. I'll write one myself if I have a moment (haven't had for the last two weeks) [:(]
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David:
 
Tell me what needs to be clarified. I'm not being difficult but I am simply too close to the game to know what needs to be clarified as the developer???
 
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I suspect that there isn't anything much that hasn't been said, but it could do with being neatly laid out into one area so people can be easily pointed at it.
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You mean as a fully viewable button?
 
 
 
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