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Offline Usdrothek

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Re: Squad Leader (Advanced)
« Reply #20 on: March 14, 2010, 10:51:36 PM »
Ah I see.

That's dissapointing news.

I have a mix of the AH stuff and the new MMP stuff.
Look at me still talking when there's Science to do.
When I look out there, it makes me glad I'm not you.
I've experiments to run, there is research to be done
.....................on the people who are still alive.

Offline gherardo

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Re: Squad Leader (Advanced)
« Reply #21 on: March 31, 2010, 06:31:27 PM »
I play ASL by post on a daily basis since the last summer.
I'm still a beginner, but I'm learning quickly! It's the best tactical wargame. It plays "fast and furious" when you get acquainted with the rules.
Using VASSAL, you can record your moves and send the recording to the other player.
Usually we play a turn in a couple of e-mails:
The attacker does the RPh, PFPh, MPh then sends the file to the defender, who "plays" the recording and inserts comments and, if necessary, fires during the MPh and the DFPh.
He sends the new recording to the attacker, who ends the turn doing the AFPh, RtPh, APh, CCPh and the RPh (only his rallies).
I jumped in the river and what did I see? / black-eyed angels swimming with me / a moon full of stars and astral cars / all the figures I used to see / all my lovers were there with me / all my past and futures / and we all went to heaven in a little row boat / there was nothing to fear and nothing to doubt / there was nothing to fear and nothing to doubt / there was nothing to fear and nothing to doubt / there was nothing to fear and nothing to doubt...

 

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