Blitzkrieg May 1940 or Eastern Front?

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Blitzkrieg May 1940 or Eastern Front?

Postby Voxcon » 02 Jun 2009, 22:23

Blitzkrieg May 1940 for Atari ST

Eastern Front for Atari 8bit(i think it came packedge with the computer)

Wouldnt mind seeing a liitle info on those two but me reckons you have better stuff to do.
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Re: Blitzkrieg May 1940 or Eastern Front?

Postby Kroah » 03 Jun 2009, 16:43

Voxcon wrote:Blitzkrieg May 1940 for Atari ST

I don't know this game, but i only disassemble games i played a lot (beside GPM2), this is really (really!) easier in this case.

Voxcon wrote:Eastern Front for Atari 8bit(i think it came packedge with the computer)

If you talk about the game "Eastern Front (1941)" (http://www.atarimania.com/detail_soft.php?MENU=8&VERSION_ID=5986),
I loved this game but i will not work on it because:
- the manual already details the rules
- the source code is available on atari archive (thanks to APX).

Aren't they enough?
Maybe you were interested in the AI?

By the way, Legionnaire and Excalibur from the same programmer (Chris Crawford) were awesome too!
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Re: Blitzkrieg May 1940 or Eastern Front?

Postby Voxcon » 03 Jun 2009, 19:18

Kroah wrote:
Voxcon wrote:Blitzkrieg May 1940 for Atari ST

I don't know this game, but i only disassemble games i played a lot (beside GPM2), this is really (really!) easier in this case.

Voxcon wrote:Eastern Front for Atari 8bit(i think it came packedge with the computer)

If you talk about the game "Eastern Front (1941)" (http://www.atarimania.com/detail_soft.php?MENU=8&VERSION_ID=5986),
I loved this game but i will not work on it because:
- the manual already details the rules
- the source code is available on atari archive (thanks to APX).

Aren't they enough?
Maybe you were interested in the AI?

By the way, Legionnaire and Excalibur from the same programmer (Chris Crawford) were awesome too!


Thank's Kroah didn't realise that info was avaible on EF.It's a great little game got me first hooked on war gaming scene cheers.
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