MarshalJean wrote:Also, it seems to me that some Prussian "German unification" events haven't been firing properly, or at least in the time they are supposed to. Is this due to possible bugs with Prussia in 1.04.2???
I wondered if you might know, Siegfroh...
Siegfroh wrote:In my Prussian game, I have reached January 1858 by now (started it with 1.04.3, so I can't tell about savegame comatibility). The only unification events I encountered so far, are the unification cards, and the Northern German Zollverein event. There should be more around 1864, 1866 and 1870, I hope ...
There hasn't been a Crimean War yet.
Pocus wrote:Either one of the design team guy find sometime to fix the DB or a volunteer propose a mod of sort..
Pocus wrote:Things which are about data (upgrades) can't be done by me.
I understood this. I don't know how Paradox-Ageod-Slitherine is organised, but I would assume that for every game that is still sold, there is someone who is responsible for it, and who knows whom to ask within the company to make patches. You can do the interface and game engine, someone else should be able to correct data and scripts.
If the game works in the sense that something is moving on the screen and it doesn't crash, but still lacks in ingame logic (advanced military available before their weapons are invented), in my eyes that is not good enough.
But maybe it is for other players and potential customers.
And since patch 1.04.3 a lot of minor nuisances have accumulated, listed in this thread (since 28 October). For example, playing as Japan or the USA, currently players are still not able to declare war on anybody. Of course, no customer is forced to play Japan or the USA, or, if he does, to chose the path of international aggression.
PS. That's just my personal opinion, of course I am OK if you feel that PON is "pretty much done".
loki100 wrote:All the work that went into 1.04 was done for free and in spare time (and that includes the time allocated by the Phils).
Siegfroh wrote:....loki100 wrote:All the work that went into 1.04 was done for free and in spare time (and that includes the time allocated by the Phils).
A company which is still selling (making money with) the game, forces their employees to do the necessary amendments for free ?
loki100 wrote:If you want to complain fine, if you find things that can be resolved great, but at least keep your comments factual?
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