How do you plan to invade England when they have 2 fighters, 2, armor, 2 infantry, 1 artillery and 2 bombers + 2 infantry, 1 fighter, 1 bomber, 1 artillery, 1 armor from America on it?
Keep in mind you have maybe 6 fighters, 1 bomber, 2 transports and 1 battleship to use on Germany 2 and that’s making some assumptions that you did not loose any of those assets prior to your second turn and that you landed all those aircraft in France somehow knowing that England was going to buy a bomber and an IC instead of something else.
How is it that every time I propose a move, that the Allies mysteriously pop up with these shadow forces in the ideal place? That’s why I really dislike Jennifer’s responses. Somehow the Allies always watched to see what Germany would do, and did something that would otherwise be almost retarded to counter Germany’s response. But in that case, Germany can just have done the other thing.
Why don’t I say that with Germany, I just bought three transports? So RLY, I am running five infantry five tanks five fighters and a bomber plus battleship support shot against an antiaircraft gun, two bombers, four infantry, three tanks, and three fighters.
Or maybe I just moved the Baltic fleet and Mediterranean fleets west, and the UK didn’t blow up the Baltic fleet, and I landed all air at W. Europe, so I smash the Allied reinforcements of London.
The simple fact is, Squash is playing with bloodthirsty maniacs. One bomber and a IC, maybe UK is going for a high-risk KJF strat. But TWO ICs? I’m betting the Allies are leaving London open.