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    Played this 2 times in single player. I rate it 4 out of 5. + Cool unit mix, i enjoyed that! The spanish kit´s are more rare in scenarios. + Nice puzzle in a way, you want to use the things you are given to the fullest to make it work well. + Good use of dynamic lighting, its getting dusk toward scenario end. Its not dark but enough so you notice it, a nice flavor element. + Very well manageable for single player, but probably also best in 2 player coop. 1:30h time limit great for bad multitasker like me Why does it miss last star? (Spoilers, mainly for author) -> This 2 things take away the 5th star in my eyes, still that makes it a great and very enjoyable scenario in my book, just not perfect 5/5. Thank you for the scenario!
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  1. Sadly I think this is pretty much the norm nowadays. Way back when I used to play Microsoft's "Combat Flight Simulator". It was not a very realistic game, ESPECIALLY in multiplayer, but I found a squad that tried to make it more realistic and joined them. They didn't stick to one side or anything, they'd sort of mix it up and try out different roles, bombers, fighters, Allied, Axis, etc. The founding member hadn't been heard from in a year when I joined, stayed missing for another year or two, came back, and a huge argument broke out. In his absence other guys had decided to declare him to be "MIA" instead of the leader and kept things going and kept organizing events. That fight led to about 3/4 of the membership leaving (myself included) to reform a new squad, in another game, under a new but similar name. That other game was IL-2 Sturmovik, at that point in time exclusively a Germany vs. Russia simulator. I was already playing it, and already in a squad on the German side, and we were involved in one of the online campaigns people used to put together. I encouraged the CFS guys to simply join up with that squad, or to form one I could transfer to so we could play together. The CFS1 guys thought the German aircraft were "too hard to fly" and formed up a squad playing on the Russian side. I used to "switch hats" so to speak and alternate between the two sides. That lasted for a few weeks and I got booted out of the German one for a "conflict of interest". I played with my old crew for a while, got tired of flying Russian planes constantly, left, joined another squad on the German side. They took things to the absolute extreme. Wanted us to use authentic phrases and code-words when using Teamspeak, spent so much time organizing and planning that they couldn't fight due to fear of becoming disorganized, etc. My actual performance in online matches had to be better than 80% of their entire team, but after missing a few of their "training" events, words were exchanged, and I left. I basically got dressed down for spending too much time being good at the game and not enough time saluting people over the internet. The crew I had played with before was still there and asked me to come back with them, which I did, they started switching sides, lots of great fun was had. I think the CFS1 multiplayer shut down about that time and the members that had still stayed over there started showing up still using their old name, recognized us, started tons of drama, etc etc etc and I got so tired of it I pretty much quit all multiplayer.
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