wodin
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Calvinus...Dear Sir...?

Thu Oct 04, 2012 12:31 am

Calvinus old bean. What is left, or to put it another way have you finished now with the game or do you have anything else on the todo list?

Finally I'd love you to design some more boardgame conversions loads of GMT games I'd love to see as a PC game with an AI.

J

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calvinus
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Thu Oct 04, 2012 7:58 am

Eh eh dear Wodin, I retired from PC Games development. And this is actually a "no go back decision".
I work now hard on boardgames development and play-testing... see my website! ;)

Thanks a lot for your appreciation! :)
Visit my other games at : http://www.calvinusgames.com

wodin
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Fri Oct 05, 2012 1:02 pm

Well thats a shame and a big loss in my humble opinion. Despite the release WW1 is a superb wargame..Very unfortunate it wasn't released in Gold state originally as it would have been a big hit I feel.

Not many could create a WW1 game at this scale and manage to keep the feel of WW1.

Anyway good luck for the future..

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Mon Oct 08, 2012 9:03 am

WW1 simply is a masterpiece in my eyes.

I have tried some AGEOD demos in the past and never could get access to them. After playing WW1 I was able to get into RoP. Don´t ask me why.

WW1 is a little monster, but for some reason I got pretty quick into its game-mechanics.

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Mon Oct 08, 2012 1:30 pm

wodin wrote: thats a shame and a big loss in my humble opinion. Despite the release WW1 is a superb wargame. Very unfortunate it wasn't released in Gold state originally as it would have been a big hit I feel.

May the game have the TitanQuest career, which became 'gold' with its Immortal Throne expansion, and became successful as it sells regularly for many years.

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