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T.E.C. 3001 for MAC OS X, Windows and Linux

Forums: Latest Threads - Tue, 02/04/2014 - 09:14
Hi guys,

I'm one of Phoenix Game Studio develpoers. Recently we have uploaded demo of our game T.E.C. 3001 on Steam Greenlight, so if you have time please take a look.
Here is the link to our game http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfile...143/1391068596

Download and try it for free, don't forget to vote if you like it.


Cheers!
Categories: Forums

New Elemental Game Teased

Forums: Latest Threads - Sun, 02/02/2014 - 03:16
Brad Wardell is teasing the next Elemental game:

http://forums.elementalgame.com/451631

Quote: Derek (Kael) has been super busy with the general expansion of Stardock Entertainment over the past 3 years. AS I type this, there are 7 concurrent game projects going on. Back in 2008, I dreamt of having a second team. Here we are, 6 years later with seven teams. I’m writing this from the airplane on my way to visit one of the new studios (one that hasn’t been announced yet).

So what does that mean for fans of the Elemental universe? The answer is, lots of good news. While Galactic Civilizations III heads towards its March alpha, the Elemental team is hard at work on a new DLC pack for this Winter tentatively called “Monarchs” which will bring more channelers to the world for players to play with. In addition, we expect to announce the third game in the Elemental fantasy universe this year. It will be dramatically different from War of Magic or Fallen Enchantress.

Without giving too much away about the new game, which we expect to formally announce this Spring, its planned feature set includes:

Radically different races (players won’t design units ala WOM/FE but in exchange each unit is custom crafted and visually stunning)
Crafting (the player STARTS with the Forge of the Overlord and getting recipes and loot now mean being able to craft some really cool stuff)
The player starts by choosing their sovereign and deciding what spell book he or she has. The more spell books of a particular type, the more likely the player will be able to use their lore to research rarer spells in that category.
No tech tree. Instead, the available units are based on how you construct your cities.
Each hero has his or her own unique talent tree (there won’t be a “Defender” class for instance) that players can then use to customize their heroes.
Because of the stronger emphasis on magic, vastly more spells will be available strategically and tactically. Sovereign spells are available in every battle as your sovereign, thanks to the Forge of the Overlord, can “see” anything in the world that his/her units can see (as a result, your sovereign interacts with the world indirectly from the capital and doesn’t appear as a playable unit).

It’s been in development for awhile, prior to LH. LH was originally supposed to be a minor expansion on FE but as you’ve probably gathered, we really love making these games. The next update to LH is in the works, pathfinding improvements, performance and some other updates are scheduled. That sounds like a radical departure from the game as we know it. Not sure if I like the idea of more magic and not being able to design my units anymore. Crafting is a plus, though. Guess we'll see.
Categories: Forums

Heroes of Stalingrad

Forums: Latest Threads - Fri, 01/31/2014 - 23:47
Well guys, it looks like after taking a long break from wargames, I'm about to take the plunge again with this one: http://slitherine.com/games/lock_n_load_hos_pc

It's been in development for what seems like forever, leading one person to write in the Matrix forum: "All quiet on the Eastern front." :laugh: Anyway, I think I would really enjoy a game like this with story-based branching campaigns for both the Germans and Russians. It's unclear to me if there will be any rpg elements in the game, but that would be icing on the cake if there was.
Categories: Forums

Combat Mission Red Thunder

Forums: Latest Threads - Thu, 01/30/2014 - 19:06
Very excited. With a whole host of new lovely features like flames, hit decals, AI triggers, AA shooting down planes etc etc.

This aswell as John Tillers Panzer Battles (after reading the 30 page thread about it over at The Blitz forum I am very interested) is good news for me and my wargame entertainment.

http://www.battlefront.com/index.php...329&Itemid=569
Categories: Forums

And now for something Completely Different - THAvajiz!

Latest Blogs - Sat, 01/25/2014 - 22:21
This post will be about a role-playing system I just digested, so any ASLers may want to just glaze over this one.

A local GM has recently been trying to get me to join his Savage Worlds campaign. I successfully resisted, but in the process, I got a good long look at the system.
Which had been an issue before now. I maintain an interest in state of the art of game design, which means I try to keep track of the mechanics of new systems. But every time I made inquiry about Savage Worlds to one of its boosters, I would get a lot of buzz words, but no actual answers.

Well, I have my answers now. And none of them are good. It's one of those situations where I say. 'Gosh, where to start?'
So I will start with a conclusion: The system is absolute Crap.
It's not even concealed crap. Lots of deadly warning signs. 'Exploding' dice (though admittedly a less odious version than most such), and playing cards as a randomizer (though the impact is mercifully mostly limited to initiative). ALways terrible signs.
And as you look closer, it just gets worse. Over compression of the system ends up making character generation a mess. Players are railroaded into "one big Disad and two little ones". Customization is touted as being accomplished through "Edges" . . . but most of the non-combat Edges presented in the "Test Drive" pdf have such high prerequisites that, by the time you are eligible to buy them, they are no longer particularly relevant. (I was reminded of D&D 3.0's "Prestige Class" structure here)
But worst of all, characters are pretty much required to be specialists, as it it is pretty hard to build a functional generalist character. A character I could buy for 50 points in Hero, or maybe 70 pts in GURPS (in both cases, a low enough number to qualify as a sidekick in either system), just can't be built in Savage World as a Novice character.

I reached out to a renowned game designer of my acquaintance to compare notes, and he shared this:
"I was talking to a game designer last year who'd been doing Savage Worlds and trying to make its superhero game work. He was having trouble making the system's superhero rules (there's
a supplement for that) do what he wanted, and ended up looking for something else. Another friend complained the gun rules were overly simplistic."
So, not just me.

One of the saddest things about this is I was able to identify a few easy fixes to the system, which would make it less awful for me, but the prospective GM was so enthused about the Received Gospel of SW that he would brook no changes, even character specific ones.

I see this game as yet another in a long line of works pandering to the enumeracy of American youth. "Math is Haard !"

Perhaps Pinnacle Entertainment, the keepers of this game, should change their motto to "Get on the Savage Worlds bus - it's even shorter than you think!"
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Forums: Latest Threads - Fri, 01/24/2014 - 10:45
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New Middle earth game

Forums: Latest Threads - Fri, 01/24/2014 - 07:38
Well started watching the vid with low expectations..and yes it does seem like Assassins Creed..however the vid dragged me right in and it does look pretty darn fun.

http://www.rockpapershotgun.com/2014...r/#more-186153

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bl9J_ewx3Rg
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Candy Trademarked by the makers of Candy Crush Saga

Forums: Latest Threads - Thu, 01/23/2014 - 19:33
What.The.F***K. Who allows this to happen in the first place. Also, Apple is mentioned, and considering how Apple likes to do business... :hush:




I posted the video in another thread but in all honesty, I think this could warrant a discussion all on its own. And for the record, I don't play that stupid game.
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Best places to post my cyberpunk, TBS\CCG Kickstarter project online?

Forums: Latest Threads - Wed, 01/22/2014 - 10:00
Hey all,

I've a game dev looking for strategy\tactics gamer communities and found Gamesquad.
I'm going to launch a Kickstarter for my turn-based, collectible tactics game this spring and was looking for ideas on where to start posting.

I'll certainly hit you guys up when we're ready.

What other sites \ forums do you guys enjoy?
What news outlets do you use most ?

Our own website isn't quite done, but you should get the gist of it here: CoreTechs Tactics

Cheers everybody,
SeeJay
Categories: Forums

Redemption of EGArena

Forums: Latest Threads - Wed, 01/22/2014 - 03:11
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Leveling system removed and replace with Redeem Ranks
R.Rank max for the moment is 30 and each redeem ranks has 10 Redeems
The redeeming is based on the redeem coins that drop from the mobs.

In redemption we give you the possibility to start with class rank 20 and battle mode 3 among much more! Starting with class rank 20 means that you don't need to do those long and boring class rank quests anymore!
Mission War (TG runs at certain times, every 4 hours).
Saint's Forcecalibur Boss in LakeSide every week.
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Auction house allows 3 slotted items to be listed.
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The Black SS Counter Question

Latest Blogs - Tue, 01/21/2014 - 02:14
A few days ago, I noted that one of the regulars I follow on this forum was waxing eloquent on the impropriety of having special rules, and counters, for SS troops.

This kind of startled me, as the fellow in question is absolutely beyond doubt a bright guy, and not at all the sort of fellow whose thoughts I was comfortable writing off out of hand.

Now, I will cheerfully admit that early in the war, the SS was considered unprofessional by their Wehrmacht 'siblings', but later in the war, many formations demonstrated advantages in performance, especially in matter of unit morale that ASL puts so much effort into modeling. So surely rules for such are justified.

Back in my Old SL days, playing Crescendo, this was pretty much taken for granted, but the troops were so expensive, hardly anybody ever chose them, so it was mostly a theoretical issue.

But the poor opinion of someone I respect set me to checking my premises on the matter.
Guido Knopp, a German journalist and historian of considerable standing and esteem, put it this way:
“Had that marvellous courage and unflinching endurance, the blood so freely shed been devoted to a cause in any way honourable, the Waffen SS would have assured themselves of eternal glory".

From globalsecurity.org:
"The number of those killed in action, both in the Waffen-SS and the German Army, correspond exactly to the ratio of their total strengths. The casualties among noncommissioned officers and enlisted men in the German Army and in the Waffen-SS were equivalent, but the casualty rate for officers was different. The deaths among SS officers were almost double that of officers in all combat units."
(sounds like something a tactical system might be forgiven for being tempted to model)

As far as I can tell, the later in the war, the more central SS units were to "fire brigading" defenses, and leading assaults. While their equipment was general much more similar to Wehrmacht than most seem to think, the morale (specifically, tenacity, which seems a pretty precise definition of what "morale" means in ASL) of many of the units seems to have been notably higher.

I am frequently told on these forums that I am a "novice" (and that's one of the kinder epithets), so perhaps my opinion must carry no weight, but it seems t o me there is Ample reason to grant at least Some SS units special moral rules.

And if we do that, why Not a special color to denote such units, since there were actions where they, and less august formations, fought side by side?

I have heard it said here, by people I respect, and people I don't, that having special counters for the SS is inherently a bad thing, because it glorifies the bad ideas that motivated them.
It seems to me that this is special pleading.
Let me present a concrete analogy:
The peculiar nature of Japanese military culture of the time moved them to, in the words of another Forumite, "do things that would make the SS throw up".
Said peculiar military culture also produced behavior that moved the designers of ASL to have special rules for how they would respond to fire (reduce instead of break).
So, we have bunch of guys, many of whom did terrible things and we have special rules for them. And special counters. I have heard no shrieks of indignation over this.
So WHY is it okay for them, and not the SS?
My respected commenter used the word "political" as a justification for not having special counters for the SS. But we have special counters for Commissars, who were responsible for plenty of atrocious killings . . . just mostly of their own team.

In sum, I find these stated positions re the SS, and counters for same, inconsistent and indefensible. They (or, at least, some of them) Should have special rules. And they would benefit from special counters. In an already crowded counter front, color would be the simplest way.

Besides . . . they look real cool ! :D
Categories: Blogs

Top 10 F2P Games

Forums: Latest Threads - Tue, 01/21/2014 - 01:17
This is an interesting list:

http://www.superdataresearch.com/blo...-games-market/

Quote: Crossfire, $957 million
League of Legends, $624 million
Dungeon Fighter Online $426 million
World of Tanks, $372 million
Maplestory, $326 million
Lineage I, $257 million
World of Warcraft, $213 million
Star Wars: The Old Republic, $139 million
Team Fortress 2, $139 million
Counter-Strike Online, $121 million Never heard of Crossfire. :)
Categories: Forums

The Last Federation

Forums: Latest Threads - Fri, 01/17/2014 - 23:24
Arcen's AI War is one of my favorite sci-fi 4X games of all time. So I am thrilled to learn that they are finally returning to the genre with The Last Federation! Details are finally starting to leak out:

http://christophermpark.blogspot.com...coming-up.html

Quote: Remember, You Are A Mercenary
This game is very different from other strategy games, in that you are not remotely a Major Power in the solar system. You are puny. By the end of the game, you might be 1/100th the strength of one of the factions on the map.

This might remind you somewhat of AI War, but unlike AI War I would not classify this as a David vs Goliath situation. In AI War, you are directly facing off against the AI -- in TLF, you don't really have any "opponents," per se.

You have various people trying to kill you at various times, sure -- and you may anger some race to the point that they hate you forever, sure. And yeah, okay, there are pirates, assassins, and Anti-Federation Alliance people that might specifically be sent to kill you. But those last three are more on your scale, they aren't major planetary powers.

Your role is to run contracts throughout the solar system, which typically involves combat of your fleet versus another fleet or in some cases fleets. Through your actions, you either coerce, convince, or bargain with the major powers to do what you want. And you exploit holes in their forces to do so, as they war against each other, and try to become more powerful, etc. It's amazing what you can do as the little guy. The combat details in that preview are also quite interesting:

Quote: Now let's use the awesome combination calculator. Since we have 10 different kinds of ships, out of which you can choose up to 10, repeats allowed, that is a whopping 92,378 possible fleet makeups you can have. But then you have the pilots added on -- 8 different choices, applied to 10 kinds of ships, again with repeats allowed. That's a further 19,448 different ways that you can choose your pilots. To get the unique number of squadrons+pilot combinations, you multiply those together and get... 1,796,567,344.

1.8 billion? Not bad for variety, I'd say -- you have some room for creativity. ;) If my math is wrong, someone please correct me and I'll update the post. Those numbers seem egregiously high to me, to be honest, but I can't find fault with my formulas, so... Anyway, one way or another, the numbers are really big.

...

The Goal Of Combat
In most types of combat, the combat ends when one of the two "centerpiece" ships is destroyed. When talking about military fleets, that's always a flagship of some kind. If you're doing something like raiding a freighter convoy or a spy squad, though, then the centerpiece would be a freighter or an armed spy drone, respectively.

Once the enemy centerpiece is destroyed, you win the combat. Or if they destroy your flagship, then you lose. The entire game, because you just died -- not just that one battle. Sometimes retreating from a battle that is unwinnable is the only thing you can really do.

...

This isn't a twitch game, but at an advanced level of play, adjusting your trajectories in response to enemy actions is a good thing to be doing. I should also mention that both your ships and enemy ships "lead" their targets (again unlike AI War), so you may be wondering "why the heck did that ship just shoot over there at that empty space?" and then the shot collides with something that was on a trajectory to be there at the time the bullet arrives. This is one of those cases where, if the shot from the enemy is slow enough and from far enough away, you can change trajectories of your ships to get out of its way. And lots of other great stuff!

Come on, Arcen! Make another brilliant strategy game!
Categories: Forums

Free Steam Weekend Games

Forums: Latest Threads - Fri, 01/17/2014 - 12:16
Free to play this weekend are Saints Row IV and Company of Heroes 2. Wish I had more time. :(
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Paradox Hints at Two New Games

Forums: Latest Threads - Thu, 01/16/2014 - 02:36
My new favorite developer of all time, Paradox, is hinting at two new games. Here are the hints:

Project Nero: http://forum.paradoxplaza.com/forum/...3-Project-Nero

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Project Armstrong: http://forum.paradoxplaza.com/forum/...-January-2014!

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Awesome artwork! Any ideas? Attached Images
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TikiOne Steam Cleaner

Forums: Latest Threads - Thu, 01/16/2014 - 02:01
Saw this funny comic:

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LOL! Anyway, one of those internet thangs where one thing leads to another...and I found this in the comments section of this comic's thread:

Quote: The good old time:

When you installed a video game from a CD or a DVD, you installed some redistributable packages too: DirectX, Games For Windows Live Redist, VC Redist, Rapture3D, NVidia PhysX Redist, etc. They were installed from the CD/DVD, and those installers didn't stay on your hard drive.

Now, Steam, the problem:


The Steam application allows you to download games from the Internet and install them, but what about these redistributable packages ? You probably saw they are installed the first time you launch your game, OK, but what happens to these files when they go wasted ? The answer is very simple: Steam doesn't delete them. An example: install the first complete season of Sam & Max (6 episodes): every episode is about ~300MB. For each of them, you can count 100MB for the DirectX redistributable package. Yes, it is about a third of the game files size, and they are not removed by Steam. For 6 episodes, you could save 600MB. Imagine what you could save for 10 or 20 games.

The solution:


A little tool that is able to list every redistributable package stored on your Steam directories, and allows you to remove them. This is the goal of TikiOne-Steam-Cleaner. This is a very simple program: set the Steam SteamApps folder (this is a sub-folder of the Steam application), click "Search", you choose what file or folder you want to remove. I gave this program a try and it recovered over 1.6 gigs of HDD space by deleting redistributables! No detected problems so far.

Here's the link:

http://tikione.fr/steamcleaner/en/ Attached Images
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Heresy!!

Latest Blogs - Wed, 01/15/2014 - 04:50
As I have mentioned elsewhere, I am an equipment guy. SWs, and especially Ordnance – blasting away at things with a heavy gun, over open sights . . . ah, that's the life for me! And so ASL's Appendix H is a godsend to me - a well researched and detailed compilation of Equipment. That Appendix's existence, to me, justifies by itself all the blood sweat and tears shed over the development of the system to date.

Now, ATRs can't hump themselves about the board, any more than DCs can throw themselves, so that means I have to have some sort of system for dealing with the targ . . . er, Infantry. And ASL certainly has that.

But I will not pretend I think that ASL in general, and especially its infantry system, is especially good.

First, credit where credit is due:
The penetration system in old SL was solid , having every sign of being based on real-world math, and ASL's version seems pretty close to what I remember. To hit #s seem reasonable, so that combines to make a good direct fire system.
Infantry movement rates are likewise acceptable.

Neutral items:
The turn structure is acceptable. I could quibble in the corners, but it'll do.
I much doubt the IFT is based on anything in particular. Since both the Firepower values of squads, and the entries on the IFT table, are likely abstractions, mutually fudged in the early stages of design to match the designers' expectations, I don't imagine they bear any objective relationship to historical firepower output. It seems to usually give results that most players are okay with, and that'll do.
Likewise, the Morale system is a compromise imposed by the chosen scale, a mechanism for units to be disabled by fire, but giving them a chance to recover, without attempting to "count the fall of every sparrow". It'll do.

The Bad:
ASL is mostly set in the era before the general deployment of radios to the squad level, and thus the ability of squad to telepathically just Know when the should move, and to where, is kinda silly. Excusing this by some imagined network of sniper-proof runners is only slightly less dopey. ASL, like most tactical games of its era of origination, allows entirely Too much command control. In WW2, such control should be exercised on the platoon, or even the company level.
Mechanics to deal with this would not be hard - they are literally lying around, all over the gaming world, in more evolved systems. Command points to activate untis, based on range. That sort of thing. But I doubt there will be any demand for them. People would rather learn cave rules than add a good command control suite.
But that pales . . . just pales before the silliness that is the Leadership system. A single leader (in fact, only one leader) can descend on a group of squads distributed over a 40 meter hex, and exhort/direct their fire so well as to turn them all into marksmen. This 'emanation of competence' is like a mantle he enfolds his charges with. It is like some magical ability from a role playing game.
And I think it pretty clear that that is no accident. The Squad Leader leadership concept is a thinly veiled insertion of role playing into a tactical board game. Hell, in Old SL, the CG system was enTirely based on getting your leader promoted! The evolution of the concept is obvious - and it's sources have Nothing to do with simulating infantry combat. But they are legacy now, and like a professor with tenure, they won't be touched

And ya know, I can actually live with that. But it does rather thoroughly immunize me from any notion that ASL's mechanics are, in general, notably superior. They're not. They just happen to be the system all that good research, and several good rules, are attached to. So there is reason to put up with them, but not to worship.
And by the way, remember that Appendix H is only unique to the system until someone goes to the trouble of coming up with translation of the crunchy hardware stats therein into some other system. And in this, the information age, such 'ports' are getting easier and easier. THAT is what I mean when I say that MMP should "look to their laurels" - their very best bits, greatly neglected on their watch, could be copied, and the result employed to better buttress a competing system, with Better mechanics.
Categories: Blogs

DYO terrain

Latest Blogs - Wed, 01/15/2014 - 03:50
I have already addressed corrections to ASL's pricing system for DYO. But that still leaves terrain set-up, and VC/objectives.

The Kibbler system had a pretty solid terrain generation system, but more boards have come out since then, which may make that system unsatisfactory for some player's purposes. I can't begin to update that system on my own, but I may be able to offer the outline of a minimalist alternative.

The simplest functional terrain setup system I've ever seen is from a highly compressed variant of the DBMM miniatures system, called "DBMM 100". The defender sets up the enTire (square) board, and then the attacker chooses which of the 4 sides he wants to enter on (the defender sets up opposite). This model might be a useful jumping off point.

I also recall (though from where, I cannot say) seeing a terrain generation mechanism that allows a terrain feature placed by one player to be rotated or incrementally wiggled by the other player. Since ASL terrain boards are geomorphic, this sort of mechanism could be translated into ASL by, for example, allowing the attacker to rotate a board the defender had placed, or perhaps even transposing two boards. He might have to sacrifice a percentage of points from his force pool for this privilege, or increase the difficulty of his VC by a similar percentage.

This is the point where a group of similarly minded souls would be helpful to play through various permutations of this. But it's just me, so this is about as far as I can take you with this.
Categories: Blogs

Catlateral Damage

Forums: Latest Threads - Tue, 01/14/2014 - 15:47
I think cats are starting to go supernova on the popularity front:

Catlateral Damage is a free game about being a cat who is also a jerk

Quote: That headline is misleading, of course. All cats are jerks. Even that one you really like. Especially that one you really like. Still, it's hard to blame the little fluffy bundles of destruction. I mean, if you went through your entire life with deadly weapons attached to your hands, you'd probably be a bit psychotic too. Just look at every FPS protagonist throughout the history of games. :D

The thing the game needs the most is better dynamic destruction. When I knock a TV to the floor, I want fireworks! :D And a meow of victory! :bite:
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