mnygaard 27 oct. 2013 a las 13:56
Greatest 2-man Boardgame ever made
It's chess, back-gammon, poker and WWII packed into one...
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D-Man 11 ene. 2014 a las 15:17 
I think you may be right. I love the boardgame too, especially Ancients and the Napoleon versions of this mechanic. It would be amazing to see them come to life in the digital medium as well.
mnygaard 12 ene. 2014 a las 12:17 
To be honest (and I'm saying this as an absolute fan-boy of Memoir44) Ancients is where the Command and Color system shines the most, it even reflects the way people thought about war at the time.
Última edición por mnygaard; 12 ene. 2014 a las 12:18
Thano 28 feb. 2014 a las 2:25 
agreed just need buddies to play against
ArchNME 11 de feb. a las 10:08 
The adaptation to on-line play is, truly, great too. Because it speeds up play and allows those of us without interested players locally, to really get into all the various battles. Kind of fun to look at some of the youtube postings and see how folks play out the boardgame. Some of the fine points of movement and figuring dice rolls are much easier with the on-line game though.
ArchNME 19 de feb. a las 12:07 
But, then there are days when you play "Their Finest Hour" which is normally a STRONG card; and you fail to be able to activate even a single unit when your dice roll is so BAD.
Born to be Mild 1 de abr. a las 15:36 
Publicado originalmente por D-Man:
I think you may be right. I love the boardgame too, especially Ancients and the Napoleon versions of this mechanic. It would be amazing to see them come to life in the digital medium as well.
Last I checked theres actually a civil war version of Memoir made by Richard Borg thats pretty fun too.

EDIT: Yep, here it is http://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/551/battle-cry
Última edición por Born to be Mild; 1 de abr. a las 15:36
mnygaard 2 de abr. a las 10:03 
Publicado originalmente por Born to be Mild:
Publicado originalmente por D-Man:
I think you may be right. I love the boardgame too, especially Ancients and the Napoleon versions of this mechanic. It would be amazing to see them come to life in the digital medium as well.
Last I checked theres actually a civil war version of Memoir made by Richard Borg thats pretty fun too.

EDIT: Yep, here it is http://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/551/battle-cry

My first Command & Color game - the old version is faster than any other C&C game (but remember to take out the ALL OUT ATTACK card if you play it) and while there are some improvements in the 150 years anniversary edition, I still prefer the original because of this.
ArchNME 20 de abr. a las 12:09 
Back to M44. I have limited online game experience; but I find the replay option is amazing too. Are there any other strategy online wargames that allow players to go back and endlessly review how their opponents and themselves conducted each battle? To me this is one of the most awesome educational tools I have encountered.
ArchNME 17 de mayo a las 17:09 
Cannot find the time to play all the awesome variations. Wait til you get access to the SFTF versions submitted by other players. There are dozens available at any one time!!!
ArchNME 21 de mayo a las 2:36 
Still the best. A real bargain when you weigh all the options available for play and replay and tournaments too!
mnygaard 21 de mayo a las 8:22 
Publicado originalmente por ArchNME:
Still the best. A real bargain when you weigh all the options available for play and replay and tournaments too!

I like how you every now and again remind us about it :)
ArchNME 21 de mayo a las 12:35 
THNX. Look forward to battling again when we have the chance!
ArchNME 15 de jun. a las 3:28 
So if this one is not a real great online experience, my question for the folks who are unhappy with the minor cost here is: WHAT OTHER ONLINE STRATEGY GAME IS THIS GOOD?
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