The truth is that once upon a time I was very well versed in the game, but have not played in maybe 7 or 8 years. I just wanted to check on the aircraft carrier thing, because I remember doing it, and that it was crucial to a virtually unstoppable winning variant of strategies by the allies. The sequence of Britain going 3rd and the US 5th allows britain to build that carrier in turn 2 and for the US to land planes on it also in turn 2, therefore allowing units to be transported to the mainland by turn 3.
Anyways, it’s been too long for me to remember the strategy off the top of my head, but that is the key move. Thanks!
I was just wondering if somebody experienced this problem:
I run Axis & Allies on a 1300Mhz computer with 4MB video RAM (Windows XP). It should be more than fast enough.
However, during play the graphics keep slowing down 'till everything is very, very painful. I’ve tried running it in W95 compatibility mode and updating the drivers for my graphics card, but nothing seems to help. Again, when starting the game everything is fine, but it gradually “freezes”.
Sadly, the v133 patch does not fix everything and there are still a lot logical errors to be dealt with. For instance, for some reason I can still have more than one AA gun in the same territory. It is not these errors that enrage me (anybody can avoid these problems by just not performing them), but the horrid AI in the game and the sudden crashes (the later being somewhat corrected in v133).
LOL, not in any ways a Vietnam Vet or born even close to that time period. Where did you manage to get that from? But the statement made by Sir Yanny about North Vietnam is more of a misnomer. In the Linebacker I and II aerial offensives, we bombed much of North Vietnam to smoking ruins. In fact, it was the success of the linebacker II operation that persuaded North Vietnam first to cave in and negotiate on the conference table with America, not the other way around.
But the use of nuclear weapons? What’s not to say that Soviet supplied North Vietnamese couldn’t have done the same to us?
“Axis and Allies stands not only as one of the most stupendous works of man, but also as one of the most beautiful of human creations. Indeed, it is at once so great and so simple that it seems to be almost a work of nature.”
[ This Message was edited by: TM Moses VII on 2002-04-23 19:24 ]