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Iain Fuller

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  • Birthday 01/04/1969

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    Napoleonics, Late 19th C, WWII, West Ham Utd
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  1. Whilst playing my first PBEM game of CW I've noticed that my T-62's wheels are doing something very strange. Instead of rolling forwards inside the tracks they are spinning outwards when the tanks are moving. I'll try and do a screen grab and post if needed.
  2. Well as this game is set in a conflict that never happened and it could possibly have involved Swedish involvement if there was Soviet incursions into Swedish territorial waters, land or airspace so why not? It's the reason 6mm Wargames miniatures are made for their kit. Plus who wouldn't want to see S-Tanks, PBV's & IKV's in 'action' not to mention BILL atgm and they had lovely planes too!
  3. I know this has probably come up before and its probably not do-able due to game engine stuff but there's always been a couple of things that I wish could happen in CM games. Firstly some sort of Command & Control restriction if formation commanders get knocked out. In my Soviet campaign game I've just lost a MR Company's commander and I can still merrily give orders to his platoons, it'd be ace if there was some sort of 'lock' on giving them orders for a certain amount of time to add a bit of friction to things - I know I could role-play it but still might be a 'nice' problem to have. Secondly, it would be great to merge understrength units together in campaigns, so if you end up with say a platoon with sections of 3, 2 & 4 men you could merge them into one large section then possibly merge two understrength platoons into one etc. Just think it'd add an extra bit of realism to the game. As I said I know it probably can't happen but it'd be the icing on the cake of a great game for me - and CW is the most fun I've had playing CM in ages, thanks a lot to the team behind it and here's hoping we see the rest of NATO & Warpac forces in the future (and the Swedes, Finns & Austrians would be ace too - I have the Austrians in 6mm form for tabletop gaming!).
  4. Hello there, I have some limited PBEM experience on CM:BN but really looking forward to trying out Cold War vs an opponent (happy for some Normandy action too - have all the add-on modules). I'm a 'gentleman of leisure' so can manage a turn a day or more if required.
  5. Great videos, I've subscribed. I watched the last part of 'Stemming the Tide' last night and it looks a right tough fight. It's one of the things I'm really enjoying about this version of CM, it seems like the AI can give you a good hard game if you make any mistakes, I'm dreading taking on a human opponent!
  6. Sorry I ballsed up the screenshot so can't post it but playing the first game of the Soviet campaign and a M-60 just took out a BTR-70 & T-62 with the same shot, through the former and into the latter! I am really enjoying this game, by far my favourite CM game so far. I've played the US (82) mission and got a draw without going all the way through the campaign but will be definitely be giving it another go.
  7. I've had that happen a couple of times in my run through of the US campaign, can be quite annoying. I put it down to me not having the best PC in the world that is a few years out of date too. I will be buying a new Graphics card for it soon though which I hope might help.
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