The AJE game will handle a very wide variety of scenarios and a huge time period, and has a focus on AGEOD’s initial expertise about showing strategy, operational art of war and civil wars. That already hints a lot…
Franciscus wrote:That'it, for sure !!
AJE = Alea Jacta Est
...how little the technology of weaponry changed during the course of nearly two thousand years that it covers. Thutmose and Ramses would have instantly recognised the combination of horse, sword, arrow and spear that dominated the battlefield of Zhue Liang and Alaric
wosung wrote:Pocus at the Wargamer:
"To guess the meaning of the title, try to use words in one of the native tongue... i.e Japanese, Chinese, Latin, Aztec, Greek, Zulus, whatever you can think about (good luck if it is based on Aztec Wars to get an English to Aztec dictionary)"
wosung wrote:Ageod riddles are fun.
Philippe wrote:If I'm reading this correctly (and I may not be because English is my second language) you seem to be saying that the next Ageod game will be something akin to "The Battle of the Pole Dancers".
If that is the case will it include videos? Will there be jaguar costumes and bright-colored qetzl feathers? And maybe black corn tortillas?
Aphrodite Mae wrote:If that isn't a blatent hint, then what is?!
The Aztecs spoke Nahuatl. Gentlemen, the mystery is solved!
In Nahatl: Anales Jlateloloc Extililxochitl
...which roughly translates as "Epic struggle for exotic dancers", or possibly "Epic struggle for exotic playthings". (Same thing, really.)
If I may be of any further assistance, please don't hesitate to let me know.
Aphrodite Mae wrote:Aren't they, though!
Aphrodite Mae wrote:If my guess is right, I expect that this is going to make AGEod megabucks! It's just brilliant, to have conceived, designed, and brought to market a game that reflects history's greatest struggle: the struggle of men throughout the centuries to pursue and woo women!
Emeg wrote:The AJE game will handle a very wide variety of scenarios and a huge time period. Well, I think this hint is clear for me.
The AGEOD developers will not longer make single AGE stand alone games. It is more efficient to revise the AGE engine, to make it suitable as being a core game, developed to work with various game packs, and DLCs. The revised AGE core make it for de developers much easier to create (on our request) rapidly scenarios, each of them situated in a specific historical situation that act in different situations, times and locations from the acient times until the 20th century. This AGE core game with its frequently launched new game packs shall give us, as intended by the developers, indeed [color="Red"]A[/color] [color="Red"]J[/color]oined [color="Red"]E[/color]xperience.
PhilThib wrote:Most scenarios we have seen are 3 players
beuckelssen wrote:Mmmmm... the carthaginians vs the two roman consuls of each year?
It would be amazing, especialy if the two roman players had different scores of prestige points and they had to conspire a little against the other for being "the first man of Rome" but at the same time work together in order to win the war.
Philippe wrote:A Roman Antiquity-based game would fit nicely into the new business model because all the different civil wars and period-based map changes could come out as DLC.
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