Kasserine Tutorial

The sequel of the legendary wargame with a complete graphics and interface overhaul, major new gameplay and design features such as full naval combat modelling, improved supply handling, numerous increases to scenario parameters to better support large scenarios, and integrated PBEM++.
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Kasserine Tutorial

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I'm looking for a specific tutorial the used the Kasserine scenario. I downloaded it once but can;t find it now.
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ORIGINAL: Moltke71

I'm looking for a specific tutorial the used the Kasserine scenario. I downloaded it once but can;t find it now.
Hey Jim,

If you insist, I might have a go at Kasserine for an AAR Tutorial. Alas, x-mas around and so on, may I guide you through some of the game's mechanics with the help of my tutorials, ja?

Tutorial '41: tm.asp?m=4382552
Tutorial '42: tm.asp?m=4387818
Tutorial '42 - Editor: tm.asp?m=4401098
Tutorial '43: tm.asp?m=4390285
Tutorial '43 - Combat: tm.asp?m=4394374
Tutorial '44: tm.asp?m=4397183

Yes, they're what Amerikaner call... 'homespun'? But they're all playable, epecially the combat ones.

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Many thanks.
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You're welcome, Jim.

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You've recruited yet another newbie with your tutorials, thank you!
I've been wanting to play this game for years.
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