Posts Tagged ‘Mosby’s Confederacy’

Mosby’s Confederacy: Release Impressions

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

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.

Civil Ceremony: Mosby’s Confederacy Announced

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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