Posts Tagged ‘Mosby’s Confederacy’

Mosby’s Confederacy: Release Impressions

By Kieron Gillen on November 22nd, 2008.

Mosby's men's ability to levitate pistols with their mind drew gasps of fear from their opposition.

The latest in Tilted Mill‘s attempt to release forty-two games this month continued with the release of Mosby’s Confederacy their skirmish-level Civil-War Guerrilla-’em-up. I didn’t post about it when it hit Steam, as there’s no demo so we’d have a content-light post for a game we hadn’t played. What if it was rubbish? What if it deleted your hard-drive when it looked at it? What if it featured too much non-period mauve uniforms? I had to play and find out. I’ve found out. The answers are “It’s not”, “It doesn’t” and “None seen in the hour or so I’ve played of it”. It’s $20 on steam if you fancy throwing down cash on a whim, and you can find some more initial impressions beneath the cut.
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Mosby’s Confederacy In Motion And Not In Motion

By Kieron Gillen on November 12th, 2008.

Take that, you bast.

We’ve talked about Mosby’s Confederacy’s before. It’s Tilted Mill‘s second product of their self-publish-online movement, after Hinterland (Which I still need to go back and play some more). Anyway, their period skirmish-level wargame has revealed some screenshots and video. Except it’s not embeddable, so you’re going to have to toodle off there to watch it. Man!

Initial impression: A sad lack of Pangolin.

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Civil Ceremony: Mosby’s Confederacy Announced

By Kieron Gillen on October 8th, 2008.

The next step of Tilted Mill’s plan to release games direct on the PC comes into play. After Hinterland, they’ve announced the tactical-scale Civil War game Mosby’s Confederacy, which should also come out before the end of the year. Blimey. They’re motoring. More details on this guerrilla-skirmishing randomly-generating game as they crawl out of the undergrowth. Until then, you’ll find the full feature list beneath the cut…
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