When my son was young we played a lot of Trainz. We had a great time landscaping a route and adding all of the trees, buildings, signs, vehicles, etc. The landscape/layout building tool is pretty great, it can get you into that creative arts space out zone. The only problem was I could never figure out how to join two sections together, to make the bigger town and country layout we wanted.
Playing some Drive on Moscow. It’s a pretty simple turn-based wargame for smartphone or PC. But challenging-- the AI’s not at all easy to defeat. Even though it’s kind of abstract, it does give the feel of the WW II Germany vs. USSR war. Worth the $4.99 price I’d say.
Darkest Dungeon, XCOM II: War of the Chosen, Dark Souls III, The Surge, Hacknet, Republique, Superhot, Mordheim, Battlefleet Gothic, Deus Ex Mankind Divided and sometimes Human Revolution revisit, Prey, Girls’ Frontline…
however, mine was very close to this.
There is an updated roll up mat version.
No eBay listing found.
The full rules used to be online, although, I am not sure if the author’s rights were respected or to which extent, while publishing them…
Those full rules included all the expansion sets rules (some 18 of them).
Each expansion were possible to be integrated, or removed, although some may have required a specific expansion to function.
This 2020 version probably was one of the last update.
There’s apparently a couple of videos on this.
There’s also something else I am looking for which was published in a Muscle Mag magazine or Iron Man or some other fitness magazine, which, there is no link online about, and the business cards I had of it also have been removed (from my wallet), as well as emails.
So, maybe I do have the data on some other backups, although it’s obvious that those backups data are now also at the same risk of forfeiture.
XCOM 2 is something I find myself always going back to… I just started a new playthrough on Legendary with Ironman on. Let’s see whether I ■■■■ up or make it through!
So far no casualties, 5 missions in
Total War: Arena It’s exactly like the Total War games combined with World of Tanks, World of Warships, etc. Because it’s a partnership of the two game developers.
Total War - The troops movement and combat.
WOT - The 10 vs. 10 random players teams matchmaking. Capture the base or eliminate all opponents. Tech tree unlocks based on experience. Buy Gold for faster progression, but you can play fine forever without ever buying it.
Open beta, free to play, pretty fun if you like either Total War or WOT. Will be more fun when I can fight vs. human teams instead of AI. (You have to get to Level 3 to play vs. humans. Apparently they want you to be able to play pretty well first so you don’t mess up people’s games. Friendly fire from archers firing into melees is a common issue).