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Postby pete AU » Sun Aug 09, 2009 2:29 pm

Hello all

I've been absent for quite some time. I left a few years ago to concentrate on business and make my millions. Done that, now I have a bit more time to spend on scenario design etc.

I don't have the software installed yet, can't find the CD's to be honest - but i'll get round to it.

I havent caught up with Kharkov. Is there a scenario editor with this installment? Is it essentially the same as the other installments.

Are there many active players these days?

Did anyone enjoy any of my scenarios - I was particularly proud of Operation Sealion and Burma

I plan on getting a few scenarios done for the Eastern front abd have done some prelim research on a few battles.

Anyway. I'd be interested on seeing where things are at with the system and look forward to getting my hands dirty soon.

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Postby Noakesy » Sun Aug 09, 2009 6:00 pm

Hey, welcome back Pete, good to hear from you. :D Presume you made your millions?

Don't have much time at the moment as just off on hols but yep Kharkov is the new system but not much going on re new scenarios yet (other than Chris's Kirovograd). Will catch up when I return. :D
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Postby Abwehr » Sun Aug 09, 2009 7:08 pm

Did anyone enjoy any of my scenarios - I was particularly proud of Operation Sealion and Burma


I'm currently editing Sealion 1940, it's a different experience than the original now, but the "feel" of the scenario has been preserved.
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Postby pete AU » Sun Aug 09, 2009 11:22 pm

Abwehr wrote:
Did anyone enjoy any of my scenarios - I was particularly proud of Operation Sealion and Burma


I'm currently editing Sealion 1940, it's a different experience than the original now, but the "feel" of the scenario has been preserved.


Interesting. Let me know how you get on.
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Postby Talos » Mon Aug 10, 2009 9:25 pm

Welcome back Pete.

Sealion is generating some interest at the moment, currently play testing with Noakesy and Critter, Abwher's initial release.

Kharkov is different to the DB series in that a lot more can casualties happen, it took a bit of getting used but am now enjoying it. :D

The tournament has gotten to the semi stage, expect an AAR for the final.

As regard to active players, i don't seem to be short of games, and the community seems to be alive and kicking after going through a bit of a quite period.
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Postby JSS » Wed Aug 12, 2009 6:29 pm

Welcome back Pete!

Think you'll be pleasantly surprised with some of the new options available to you in the Kharkov editor.

Just finished a bit of time away myself, good to see you here!

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Postby Joe » Wed Aug 12, 2009 11:10 pm

Welcome back

You will be pleased to knoe Kharkov is the best game engine of the series to date !


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Postby Noakesy » Tue Aug 18, 2009 4:30 am

JSS wrote:Welcome back Pete!
Think you'll be pleasantly surprised with some of the new options available to you in the Kharkov editor.
Just finished a bit of time away myself, good to see you here!
Marty


Good grief Marty, are you still living in Internet limbo? You've had to deal with that for some time now! :D
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Postby JSS » Wed Aug 19, 2009 9:05 pm

Noakesy wrote:
Good grief Marty, are you still living in Internet limbo? You've had to deal with that for some time now! :D


Noaskey,

My long sojourn is finally complete :D

Now a week of classes on how to be a civilian again.

There's supposed to be a booth for excessive alcohol consumption (that's the one I'm signing up for!) :twisted:

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Postby Noakesy » Wed Aug 19, 2009 9:12 pm

JSS wrote:There's supposed to be a booth for excessive alcohol consumption (that's the one I'm signing up for!) :twisted:
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Postby pete AU » Wed Aug 19, 2009 10:17 pm

Now to get Robjess back - will be just like old times.
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Postby Noakesy » Wed Aug 19, 2009 10:22 pm

pete AU wrote:Now to get Robjess back - will be just like old times.


Indeed, but I think his time is mostly taken up with a young family and his job, but I wish you luck would be good to have him back on the forum.
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Postby Talos » Thu Aug 20, 2009 2:51 am

JSS wrote:
Noakesy wrote:
Good grief Marty, are you still living in Internet limbo? You've had to deal with that for some time now! :D


Noaskey,

My long sojourn is finally complete :D

Now a week of classes on how to be a civilian again.

There's supposed to be a booth for excessive alcohol consumption (that's the one I'm signing up for!) :twisted:

Marty


Marty good to see you are back as well :D
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Postby Robjess » Thu Aug 20, 2009 3:53 am

:) Guys I would love to have more time to dedicate here.. but life is so busy
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Postby Carl Myers » Thu Aug 20, 2009 8:36 am

Now a week of classes on how to be a civilian again.

So you are a one digit midget?
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