- Aug 1, 2002
Well that was easier than it might have been.
Prelude, I sent all the Panzer used in Normandy (15 panzer divisions) straight down to Italily. Hence defending Eastern front was difficult. Anyway, the Allies stood no chance against them.Well that was easier than it might have been.
July 16th, 1945... oh boy . Although I doubt US AI in this game would research Atomic bomb on time so lets just make up July 16th, 1945 as an imaginary dead line.1944 shouldn’t be this easy! Well done on all fronts, but the Allies must be asleep at the wheel. I wonder if the Americans are close to delivering the A-Bomb?
Heh, I always play on low speed and pause a lot when the action is on . I’m a turn-based strategy gamer - don’t much like real-time games, except perhaps for AD&D or Skyrim type stuff.July 16th, 1945... oh boy . Although I doubt US AI in this game would research Atomic bomb on time so lets just make up July 16th, 1945 as an imaginary dead line.
tbf, it isnt. Had I not playing on speed 1 the whole time, the Soviet might won the Battle of Grodno, I might lose my entire Luftwaffle by trying to play attrition air battle and so on...
ok, i get a bit better now after working. anyway, I have a little surprise in chapter 2 tho. Its not constantly becoming better.If I remember correctly, the Germans starts in a very favourable position in '44 ... anything will be an improvement! The composition of the divisions sucks, the tech level of many units is neglected, its fighting a 3 front war so ... from now on it can only become better
Because of A-bomb. There is no other way . Britain must be taken out or Germany will bombed into submission just like the Japan. There were many records the FDR specifically prioritise using A-bomb first on Germany and particularly Berlin.so you are really thinking you can win... hehehe