elxaime wrote:Assuming AGEOD gets the kinks out of it, it seems to me that the WON engine, with all its diplomatic and economic features and flexibility, is a potentially great fit for a remake of TYW. It would also allow for an expanded map (although it would be a cut-down version of just the main central europe and surrounding areas).
I am wondering what the thinking is? This seems like a good route eventually, even though patching the original TYW may be OK in the short run.
veji1 wrote:The WON engine is the same engine as all other games, with some features extra which doesn't mean it can deal with it better. if there is a TYW2 it will be with a whole new engine.
elxaime wrote:Well, if the rumors are true about the new Slitherine engine being developed, I hope TYW 2 is one of the first projects teed up. This is a fascinating period, and I also think it lends itself to more players, say 4-6.
marek1978 wrote:what do you mean by that? what rumors? what engine? where can i read more about that?
James: Rumor has it that you plan to replace the AGE engine. Is this true? If so, what will the replacement be?
AGEOD: More than a rumor, as it was announced in the Home of Wargamers 2015, which is the Slitherine Convention! Indeed, there is a new engine in the making that we are developing in-house with several Slitherine developers located in Canada. It will be a turn based (WEGO) engine that strives to be the best of both worlds, between having modern graphics while keeping the innovative gameplay of Ageod.
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