by Alea_Jacta_Est » Tue 21 Aug 2012 02:26
by Oliver » Tue 21 Aug 2012 09:17
[EUG]MadMat wrote:D-M wrote:New preview here: http://www.leblogjeuvideo.be/archive/20 ... peter.html
With a major bomb:There is no more any restriction on the number of units we can add in our deck. You specialize on either tanks, planes, or troopers. The only limit is that the more you 'll add similar (in role) units, the more they cost to equip ( add ?). This system enforces teamplay with an ally that will balance our own deck.
The article is a bit approximative but it sounds like a point system will be implemented the deck constitution. Something like you have 25 points to make a deck but the 6th infantry unit will cost 2 points instead of one.
I asked confirmation to the author just in case or maybe if a certain individual want to gain some more of my esteem, he can do it himself.
I can confirm that ...
Decks will be like a RPG character sheet: you choose where to spent your points, but the more you specialized, the more the next slot in the same branch will cost.
In the end, an over-specialized deck will have much less open slots than an even one ...
How high am I going in your esteem, now?
EDIT: Am I not merciful, while you take pleasure in pointing out some vague mistake I could have done in the "News" section ... ?
by Shifu » Tue 21 Aug 2012 14:09
by noDestiny » Thu 23 Aug 2012 12:21
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by Alea_Jacta_Est » Thu 23 Aug 2012 22:33
by noDestiny » Fri 24 Aug 2012 09:31
Was macht der nodestiny denn hier??
Ja Marshall, meinst du auf den Bahamas Thailand gibt´s kein Internet?
by Hobel » Wed 29 Aug 2012 16:31
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