Thanks for the attention on my autoturn request. After closing the window the program started running all by itself so there was never any way to click on the Next Turn button. Still thanks for mentioning the feature and giving me a heads up on how it works.
I'd sure love to see the game play itself on autoturn, guess I'm getting lazy in my old age.
apy: It used to be a standard feature in most games but then the industry seemed to abandon it. Sure would be nice if some enterprising game company brought an old feature back, you know something old becomes something new. I always used it when I first bought a new game and after installing the program I would set it to autoplay while I read the manual. Watching the game play itself would always get my gaming juices going so I wanted to play, and it was interesting to see how stuff worked.
One thing I wonder about is why no game company has caught on to using a screenvideo instead of just screenshots to advertise games. With our speedy DSL connections instead of modems now I wonder why no game company has thought to put up a section of screen dedicated to running a game on autoplay on their website. While screenshots are nice to look at and whet our appetites somewhat just imagine how riveting a screenvideo of the game actually playing itself would be. Featuring a game a day and having it set to autoplay a scenario, or a series of scenarios each day, would certainly catch people's eye and would certainly whet a gamer's appetite far more than static screenshots.