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Last hours of the GOG summer sale!

 

You can pick up alot of PC wargames like Combat Mission (game engine 3), Close Combat and GG War in The East and War in The West for example.  For a change in pace, I picked up some good CRPG´s like ATOM RPG: Post-apocalyptic indi game, UnderRail, and Divinity: Original SIn 2 Definitive Edition.  Original Sin is a huge game, and one of the best since the old-school days.  They are also working on the new release of Baldurs Gate III which is great news!

 

Plenty of cool games to choose from...

https://www.gog.com/

 

Have fun this summer!

 

Red

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Pete, hope you were there and had fun!

 

Backed the kickstarter some months ago, so can´t wait!

 

 

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Normandy: The Beginning of the End, a War Storm Series (WSS) game.

 

Preview and examples of play...

 

 

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Unboxing Less Then 60 Miles, by Fabrizio Vianello and Thin Red Line Games...

 

 

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Unboxing The Last Hundred Yards, a tactical platoon level game by Mike Denson and GMT Games...

 

 

 

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cannot tell you how awesome this simm is.....do yourself a favor and grab the core game off steam for free and give it a try.....the add ons cost but the corp game is free..............TONS OF FUN

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Waiting on some fixes that are long due, but yeah it´s cool. Played the first version alot (Command Ops Conquest of the Aegean) still have the original somewhere. If you like this, I suggest "Flashpoint Campaigns Red Storm".

 

Thanks for sharing. 

Red

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Have been playing "Radio Commander" and have progressed to mid-mission 5 (The Convoy). Really like it. It has its issues but I think of it as features (not-knowing-factor). The well made maps and execution does appeal to me, still room for improvements but it is a game in my taste - no doubt!

 

Also played around with the editor, but it was not very intuitive (no manual as of yet). Hoping for a great editor in the long run.

 

[EDIT] Coming back to Radio Commander, it is (at moments) amazing (well, if you - like me - can feel immersed and see the events playing out on the map). You need a bit of history and little imagination, put on some actual radio-chatter from Nam in the background and you're off on a cool journey into the Vietnam djungle. What I see foremost is potential. At this stage it is quite limited with a linear campaign, but the mechanics - connected to the map - seems quite potent.

Edited by Ingolf

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