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  1. This is why I just stopped in as well. Got a friend that wants to buy this and play live turn based. Looks like I'll stop back by 3 or 4 years from now.
  2. that's strange, i loaded up all the CM's under vista and they ran fine i've since rolled back to XP simply because i hated the driver issues with vista seems odd though that so many would have trouble with vista not even loading up the game, because you'd think it would do this consistently to anyone attempting to load under vista?!
  3. which game you're talking about might also prove useful and to answer the subject line question: yes, if you bought CMSF or TOW you did indeed just waste your money if on the other hand you're inquiring about CMBO, CMBB, or CMAK, then you need to invest the time to figure out how to make it run, it is absolutely worth the trouble of figuring out
  4. thx philippe, had a HD crash on me recently and after the rebuild i couldn't for the life of me remember where i got all the scenarios after SD went down now i know, and now i've got them again yeah, i know it's peculiar, but i like cmbo better than cmbb or cmak probably becasue it was the one that blew me away when it came out, the next two were really just refinements of the same thing
  5. back to the original question, and not that it matters mind you, just passing the time how much would i pay for an upgraded and modernized cmbo? hell, i wouldn't even need upgraded graphics just take CMBB or CMAK and make CMBO w/ it and i'd pay 50 bucks btw, since i'm just talking to myself here anyway, i'll extrapolate a bit and suggest there's another game out there that ranks easily in the top 5 of all time that could be re-made with nothing about it changed other than modern graphics and the ability to play it on modern machines and i'd pay 75 or even 100 bucks for it, and i'm
  6. go figure, some of us actually like the game the way it was originally made, flaws and all but feel free to stop by anytime...
  7. and if you happen to wander back in this forum after reading the above sites and want to play someone, shoot me a line there aren't many left playing cbmo, but there are a few of us
  8. it doesn't run as one continuous movie, which is what i suspect most are thinking of when they talk about wanting to run the turns back on a battle as a movie
  9. sorry, don't recall one seeing one best i can do is suggest SD2 (scenario depot 2) http://www.the-scenario-depot.com/index.html although i must admit i'm pretty underwhelmed by their selection for cmbo - used to be thousands of them at SD actually come to think of it, i wouldn't waste my time checking SD2 - i just looked, took me all of 2 seconds to confirm there's nothing there for CMBO to speak of - shame just reminds me how much i miss SD
  10. i've recently fired up a bunch of BO games here: http://www.theblitz.org/index.php if you're looking for some opponents, jump on the ladder and start firing off some emails at others on the bootcamp ladder before you know it you'll have as many BO engagements going as you want
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