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Modern War
#31
only the shadow knows...and Mike B. and either one is tellingTongue
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#32
(05-25-2013, 11:45 PM)larry marak Wrote: Get the feeling the game was in the can for the last 2 years

That means no typos, missing OOBs, bad map setups, and so on... right?

RIGHT?!? Angry
...came for the cardboard, stayed for the camaraderie...
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#33
(05-26-2013, 01:48 PM)Shad Wrote:
(05-25-2013, 11:45 PM)larry marak Wrote: Get the feeling the game was in the can for the last 2 years

That means no typos, missing OOBs, bad map setups, and so on... right?

RIGHT?!? Angry


Good one Shad
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#34
As James Dunnigan told us all in the 1970's, the final playtest and errata check occurs when the 36 thousand of us receive our subscription copies. (Ah for the good old days, S&T has about 12,000 subscribers today with double the U.S. population)
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#35
Come on Andrew, a folder for Modern War like the Infantry Attacks folder? Smile
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#36
Not until that game is in human hands, my friend.
...came for the cardboard, stayed for the camaraderie...
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#37
I'm glad for all you folks blessed with a job so you can get 1967 and Liberation but how about some info on Burning Tigers which I ordered several years ago when it was one game. Before them? This summer? This year? Next year? This decade?
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#38
John Stafford's Panzer Grenadier (Modern) design notes were posted as daily content.

http://www.avalanchepress.com/PGModernNotes.php

One thing that surprised me is there is another version planned to cover conflicts from the 1980's and 1990's.
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#39
I doubt another version is needed!? But in 5 or 6 years we'll address that! Smile
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#40
I wonder about the artilley rules. In some of the Bulge scenarios the effects of proximity fuses were modeled (being cleared for use). I would think for modern artillery proximity fuses would be standard issue.
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