What was your favourite campaign and why?

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What was your favourite campaign?

Poll runs till Sun Jun 19, 2039 9:11 am

Operation Snowball
7
32%
Operation Nomad
5
23%
Operation Sea Wolf
2
9%
Operation Stranger
2
9%
Operation Challenger
0
No votes
Operation Overlord
3
14%
Operation Liberator
3
14%
 
Total votes: 22

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Re: What was your favourite campaign and why?

Unread post by jacobston » Thu Jan 16, 2014 4:53 pm

-ViTaMiHnM203- wrote:It is cold, the snow is packed tightly. :mrgreen:
sounds plausible... the game itself froze when I got to that level...

...Although, cold snow is light and fluffy. Warm, wet snow is heavier and more packed down.

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Unread post by -ViTaMiHnM203- » Thu Jan 16, 2014 9:47 pm

Isn't warm snow just water?
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Unread post by jacobston » Thu Jan 16, 2014 10:00 pm

Oh, look who thinks they're so fancy using words like "water" funny02

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Unread post by Jason » Mon Jan 20, 2014 2:51 pm

jacobston wrote:I liked Snowball, but there were some confusing bits. Particularly the snow. For instance, in the mission iceberg, we can tell that the snow is at least knee high. From my experience in knee high snow, I was wondering why I was able to walk on top of the snow, without sinking in at all, especially while carrying 25 kg of supplies. I understand that this is likely due to system limitations a decade ago, but I can imagine the potential of this with today's systems: things like skis or snowshoes as inventory objects to make movement easier.
Lol, yeah definitely due to the technical / development time constraints. But that would take it to a whole new level, maybe too far? maybe not.

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Unread post by jacobston » Mon Jan 20, 2014 4:55 pm

Jason wrote:But that would take it to a whole new level, maybe too far? maybe not.
It would depend how it is used. It should be used like the aqua lung, where it is not necessary for traveling in snow, but it would make it a lot easier.

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Unread post by jacobston » Sun Jan 26, 2014 7:12 pm

-ViTaMiHnM203- wrote:The only reliable way to do it, is to shoot their weapon out of their hands.
I often end up accidentally killing them. The only times I actually did succeed in shooting their weapons out of their hands, it was a fluke.

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Unread post by Jason » Sat Feb 01, 2014 1:30 pm

jacobston wrote:
Jason wrote:But that would take it to a whole new level, maybe too far? maybe not.
It would depend how it is used. It should be used like the aqua lung, where it is not necessary for traveling in snow, but it would make it a lot easier.
Ah yes, make the advanced mechanics incentive based then, cant be too punishing though, otherwise you get whiners and multiple playthroughs can be a grind when things are overly involved.

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Re: What was your favourite campaign and why?

Unread post by jacobston » Tue Feb 18, 2014 5:06 pm

It could be simple, like you cant run as fast and your endurance drops faster if you are in deep snow. Perhaps even a "Realism" menu to select whether you will be affected by the elements. There could also be a soldier stat that improves how you can perform in different elements.

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