Delajungle75
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J'ai pas trouvé dans le Zip des règles du jeu sur carte 2 choses:

- Les scénarii
- Les fiches portant sur les spécificités des nations.

ai-je mal lu?

PS: my english is poor!

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Thu Jan 08, 2009 3:30 pm

Normal, elles n'y sont pas ;)
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Fri Jan 09, 2009 11:05 am

ya une raison?

Car il me semble que cela serait utile non?

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Fri Jan 09, 2009 11:11 am

Ca nous aiderait à vous aidez (vérifier les affectations d'armée par exemple :) )

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PDF wrote:Damned, I could have stared at the map without ever noticing (maybe because it's too dark :D ?) :neener: :bonk: !

That's the most convoluted way of doing an (irregular) hex grid ever, so a great achievement ;) . Still thinking a standard hex-map would have worked as least as well ... :hat:


The brilliance of it is that it manages to work it in with the actual topography.

Whoever made this map is both an artisan and a craftsman! :thumbsup:


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Frank wrote:Philippe, the rules refer to some country specifc game aids. Can you please put them online too? Or have they no relevance in the pc version?


Even if not relevant for the PC version I’d be really grateful for an English language version of the scenario booklet and the nation specific rules. I enjoyed the PC version so much I’ve ordered a (used) version of the board game. Unfortunaly I don’t trust me French quite enough and I’d really like the remaining board game aids in English as well.

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They are much too varied and numerous, even complex for some, but nevertheless quite a lot have been included in the PC version... but I can post them here. Anyway, send me a PM here on Monday (lest I forget the whole thing as I am away till Monday morning included) :cool:
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PhilThib wrote:They are much too varied and numerous, even complex for some, but nevertheless quite a lot have been included in the PC version... but I can post them here. Anyway, send me a PM here on Monday (lest I forget the whole thing as I am away till Monday morning included) :cool:


Thanks a lot. Having read the rules and looked at the Cyberboard I confess to feeling a bit daunted. This game makes World in Flames look simple. Appricate it.

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PhilThib wrote:They are much too varied and numerous, even complex for some, but nevertheless quite a lot have been included in the PC version... but I can post them here. Anyway, send me a PM here on Monday (lest I forget the whole thing as I am away till Monday morning included) :cool:



PM send with appropriate begging and growling. :coeurs:

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Here they are: :coeurs:
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I'm going to see if I can get my regular WiF opponent to consider this for our next game. Probably we'll play on VASSAL instead of using the computer game, though, he has a cheapo computer. And if mine won't run the computer version very well his would be paralyzed!
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PhilThib wrote:They are much too varied and numerous, even complex for some, but nevertheless quite a lot have been included in the PC version... but I can post them here. Anyway, send me a PM here on Monday (lest I forget the whole thing as I am away till Monday morning included) :cool:


How simplified is the PC version compared with the boardgame? Personally, I'm mainly interested in the simulation aspect. For a more realistic feel for what it was like to lead a country through WWI, would you recommend the boardgame?

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I would say the PC game is very very close to the boardgmae, it's a really faithfull adaptatation, and you'll probably enjoy it more than the boardgame
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