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Which is better?

AA Europe
AA Pacific
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Post by AC » Wed Feb 28, 2007 6:56 pm

Sorry Larry I meant this month as in March. It's the 1st of March here.

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Post by Larry » Thu Mar 01, 2007 10:07 am

Thanks - let me know when they arrive

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Post by Vader218 » Mon Jun 18, 2007 11:38 am

Europe, because Japan's turns in Pacific last too long (at least with the person I'm used to play with). Downside of Europe is the sheer amount of pieces in a small area; tweezers needed! But in the end, both are enjoyable.

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Post by Historybuff13 » Mon Jul 02, 2007 12:02 pm

Europe's map needs to be revised like the original game:

1. Germany, Britain and US needs to be broken up.

2. Belorussia and Ukranie need to be broken up. To easy to take Moscow.

3. Lybia and Egypt need to be broken up to allow a see-saw North Africa campaign.

The game is good, it can be made even more great if they would fix the map!
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Post by adlertag » Tue Jul 03, 2007 2:47 am

Britain is OK, it is a very small island.

Norway and Finland should be broken up, because the terrain is impassable with mountains and marshes, and very easy to defend. Today this difficult terrain act as Polar Express.

Algeria and Libya should be broken up.

The Medeterrean should be 3 sea-zones, as in Revised.

In this scale, we could have mountain terrain in Norway, Italy, Austria, Tzecho, Yugo, Greece, Spain, Turkey and Caucasus, wich favour the defender. Inf defend on 3 or less in mountains

Blockhouses as new unit will fit this scale, a coastal defence that roll 3 or less to target amphb assaulting trannies

CAP fighters will fit too.

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