I am looking to play online through my Steam account (Tabletop Simulator) with someone over the next few weeks/months. I would prefer G40 2nd Ed, but there are other versions on the Steam Workshop and I would be willing to play them too.
I’m usually free at least one day a week but I could possibly manage a day or two more. I am currently on British Summer Time which is UTC +1, but I am flexible on start and finish times for those a few hours either way.
I have an experimental A&A online variant that uses a simultaneous play style inspired by the game Diplomacy. I am looking for players to help me play-test it and provide feedback. I intend to play it in a play-by-mail style, with each player keeping a personal board handy using miniatures. The online game keeps track of all the game state, including unit positions and movements, so using a board at all is optional. The user interface includes a crude map with units displayed. I intend to make a more sophisticated interactive interface, but I need some real play-testing to know where to go with that. If you are interested, please read the docs here:
(partial cross-posting from the thread on the HBG Convention in Tulsa next year)
I’m a new member to the A&A messageboard (actually, I’m an former member of the messageboard whose account was still registered, but whose registered email is no longer valid, so I couldn’t effectively reset my password for the old user account)…
…and I’m located in Wichita, KS! I haven’t played A&A for quite a while, as in 8 or 9 years, and my A&A experience is pretty dated, having only played the Milton Bradley A&A Classic version AND Imp Games’ East & West. But I’d still be interested in seeing if we could put together an occasional game now and then.