French AAR ?

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French AAR ?

#1 Post by Kalash » Jun 25 2005

I put the link of one of the rare AAR in french for the moment... The game is
teasing more and more the french community. I would say that the release of a french version should make easier to convert people...

Whatever... if you can read french here is a AAR with screenshots.

http://forum.alliance-francophone.net/i ... opic=21884

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#2 Post by Moritz » Jun 25 2005

Very nice ! I enjoyed it ! I find it nice that you explain some game concepts through your AAR. BTW have you any ideas on how to tackle the next scenario ?

"BG ne trouve pas un editeur avec assez de couilles por lance..." that was funny.
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#3 Post by 3iff » Jun 27 2005

Moritz wrote: "BG ne trouve pas un editeur avec assez de couilles por lance..." that was funny.
My French isn't quite up to translating that line.

Something like BG didn't find an editor with "...something..." ??

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#4 Post by Kalash » Jun 27 2005

Battlegoat doesn't find any editor that has enough... hummm Corones... Balls (I don't know how to translate that) :oops: to translate the game and release it on the french market.

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#5 Post by 3iff » Jun 27 2005

Ah, I see now...yes, pretty funny.

I shall refrain from making any derogatory remarks about the French...

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#6 Post by CptBritish » Jul 04 2005

I've been there its a funny but dark path :P
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#7 Post by Balthagor » Jul 04 2005

Just remember, I'm still watching ;)
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#8 Post by Moritz » Jul 04 2005

You don't have to worry. :wink:
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#9 Post by CptBritish » Jul 04 2005

Same from me Balthagor.

I've pissed of just about every nationality that isn't British on the Forum :D

I'm not about to do it again :roll:
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#10 Post by BigStone » Jul 05 2005

Naaah.. lets give the Captain some air...

Lets talk about the famous British cookery and mad cows.... :lol:

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#11 Post by CptBritish » Jul 06 2005

Nothing Wrong with British Food :P Damn French President

I'd rather have Fish and Chips than Frogs legs and Snails...
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#12 Post by Balthagor » Jul 06 2005

BigStone wrote:..mad cows...
Oh, don't go there! :roll:

Canadians AND Americans are screaming for the border to be open. Funny that the last two cases where south of the border yet the border stays closed to Canadian beef :evil:

oops, seems we're wandering off topic... :oops:
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#13 Post by Decimatus » Jul 06 2005

Balthagor wrote:
BigStone wrote:..mad cows...
Oh, don't go there! :roll:

Canadians AND Americans are screaming for the border to be open. Funny that the last two cases where south of the border yet the border stays closed to Canadian beef :evil:

oops, seems we're wandering off topic... :oops:
Hmm... case of Mad Goat? :D

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#14 Post by bergsjaeger » Jul 06 2005

i stick to american food. U know hot dogs are good this time of year. :lol:
as for mad cows americans have had cases too. Wonder if TNT had anything to do with it. :D (explosive cows) Now that's a mad cow. As for speaking french. I don't think that be a lanuage ( Bad spelling i guess |O ) I ever learn. Now spanish and german i might.
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