You got to hack the mainframe and upload the download of the T Virus megapixel.
Sounds easy enough! :lol:
It didn’t really happen in WWI, but during the opening years of WWII the US did very much build itself up militarily while it was still neutral, and it also cranked up its industrial output of military materials – partly in anticipation of possible US involvement in the war, and partly to serve as an arsenal for the powers at war to which it was sympathetic.
Thanks for the replies.
Makes sense. Makes me think it’s probably best for Germany to attack right away to prevent a large naval build up. Hmmm…
I asked this on the Harris Games forum as well, but thought I may get an answer here sooner.
Just got the game over Christmas and am loving it so far, but just need a little clarification about the US’s early turns. I realize they are neutral and can’t attack until turn 4, but does this mean they can spend money and stockpile units for three turns (unless Germany attacks of course)? Thats 60 IPC’s total to spend without much threat of losing units. Or is the US turn “skipped” until round 4?
It just seems a little odd for a “neutral” power to be building up for war.