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NCC171731 Jan 2023 2:04 p.m. PST

Test of play by email/internet for a WW1 naval miniatures game in 1/6000 scale.



4th Cuirassier01 Mar 2023 4:07 a.m. PST

That's pretty neat. I once tried to build a crude AI in Excel to control one side using GQ rules. While it handled gunnery very well, it didn't handle movement well at all – every course deviation was a new move-within-a-move.

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