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Posts tagged “Airborne Assault”

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The Very Important List Of PC Games, Part 6/5

It becomes clear that the PC gaming faculty at Rock, Paper, University is going to require a consult from Simulated Professor Stone, who occasionally visits us from his laboratory in the woods. We must thank him for this appendix to our round up of the greatest PC games, just as we must thank Intel and their AppUp Developer Program for sponsoring the whole thing. And…

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WW2: General Commander: Bulging Demo

Battle of the Bulge wargames aren't exactly novel, but it's been ages since anyone recreated the last major German offensive of the War without using hexes or turns. Spanish studio Games GI are the people behind - deep breath - World War 2: General Commander: Watch On The Rhine. Going by the surprisingly hefty demo they seem to know what they're doing. Though the swarmy…

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“Why most games are dumb”

Dave O'Connor, the boffin behind the smartest, most plausible strategy game AI I've ever had the pleasure to pit wits against, has been sharing some of his secrets with students in Canberra. His hour-long lecture sheds light on many of the features that make the Airborne Assault wargames so singular: the micro-management eliminating¬†delegation system¬†(31:10), the¬†ingenious route-finding routines (36:50), the inertia modelling (18:45), the representation of…

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