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Ah, that was the mistake I was making. Mind not working in 3d :D. A city based WW2 game would be superb, urban areas is the main thing Firefight really lacks. Looking in off topic there seems plenty of artistic talent in this forum! I'm sure someone could help with graphics. I plan on having a bette...
Looks pretty good. Has potential! Controls for switching between players seems a bit akward though, maybe right clicking on a player could switch to it? I would love to see firefight in isometric!
I'll keep an eye out for it again. I'm working 5am shifts at the moment so I'm pretty tired and could have been mistaken!Sean O'Connor wrote:Are you sure that a trump isn't being played? I've played hundreds of games in testing and I've not spotted it making a mistake.
Demo is quite entertaining, 2nd by one point in my first go! Seems a bit buggy though. The alerts saying who wins sometimes don't seem right, and after installing and playing last night (with the game auto run from the installer) today I get a "No Textures Found" error and the game crashes each timn...
- Fri Apr 21, 2006 12:56 am
- Forum: Off Topic
- Topic: Want to beta test my new Text editor?
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Hey, runs fine so far, no obvious problems spotted. Looks good. A replace all feature would be good rather than having to ok each item. I do like it a lot so far! Will use it for the forseeable future looking for issues! Oh, nice dog! I posted this accidently as a guest in a thread in the firefight ...
The thing firefight really needs campaign wise is for the campaign to be more dynamic, units carried over, if you lose you have to retake it later etc. That would take the game to another level!
I made a start on that for the current version but exams got in the way and I forgot about it, I'll see how the new version goes before finshing what I've done....Sean O'Connor wrote: > a tutorial that explains why people stop moving or fighting sometimes
I'll have a go at expanding the help file.
- Thu May 19, 2005 10:29 am
- Forum: Firefight
- Topic: Mortors are things that I dislike.
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I've never had any problem with enemy mortars. If they catch you on the move you're screwed, but if I'm dug in they never seem to have an overly large effect. I tend to use my mortars to save infantry that have a tank almost on top of them, a couple of motars sent his way usually has him retreating.