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- Oct 25 2009
- Forum: Production & Economy - 2020
- Topic: How is the economic score arrived at?
- Replies: 13
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actually from what i understand, inflation and deflation are two separate processes. Inflation being the rise of the cost of goods, and deflation being the devaluing of a nation's currency. Deflation could be considered good in markets that are primarily export based i guess...
- Oct 03 2009
- Forum: Off Topic Comments
- Topic: Boeing Laser Avenger Shoots Down Unmanned Aerial Vehicle In
- Replies: 55
- Views: 10257
not very accurate, or effective from the looks of it
I don't think that population can be changed or if so :D actually not sure but i think that if you add them in the .cvp files they do change We need to make new orbats no we don't have to make new orbats we can cache the game with no units at the beginning of the game .unless you want to add the we...
Status raport: The release date is going to sometime next week I'm still unsure about the exact day. We have managed to incorporate sa_3_d911 work and mine, but some bugs still remain though we fixed a number of bugs :D http://img196.imageshack.us/img196/7596/girlystalin.th.jpg still need to update...
- Sep 12 2009
- Forum: Development - 2020
- Topic: Supreme Ruler 2030? Ideas for next game in the series
- Replies: 75
- Views: 20127
i concur with Sa_3 if you like playing games like C&C, go play C&C
i think its better that way. Set everything up to mirror the situation at the time circa 1937 or 39. That way its most likely events will transpire as they did, but it always gives you the option of doing things differently and altering world history
ok first off im with Sa_3 here, but as much fun as it would be to continue this well formulated intellectual discussion, id like to ask that a mod split this topic so we can return to the pressing issue of who would kick whos ass in a fight (France or Germany, not tkobo and Sa_3)
if you want to trace it all back to the first major act that lead to war, then Gavrilo is def it. Of course the rampant nationalism and militaristic ideals of the time would have lead to war eventually, they were all just looking for an excuse. Gavrilos the one who lit the match that blew the powder...