- Nov 25, 2010
- Reaction score
- Kraut Corner
I think another reason is that they may no longer be balanced if you play them with the current style.A good point. I always liked the big, lots of turns scenarios. Their popularity seems to have taken a nosedive. Understandable as players don't seem to have the time for monsters anymore.
Nowadays, ASL is much more considered a game of movement and less of shooting as it used to be.
As pensatl1962 has pointed out, he was tackling the 15 round scenario as if it were a 10 round one. That, he says, might have been a bit rash. But I reckon if he had taken a bit more time to avoid unneccessary losses, he still might have made it in 12 turns. In other words, these old big scenarios might give the attacker much more time that is needed when playing the current style of ASL.