Roadmap for supporting other games?

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Roadmap for supporting other games

by Damacuh » Sun Oct 20, 2019 3:52

Hi jungleboy,
no - I haven't played that game - I saw it at "Spiel" in Essen.

And Patchwork is not crochet.

This topic is for other hobbies than board games.
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Re: Roadmap for supporting other games?

by Blzut3 » Sun Feb 18, 2018 21:46

The roadmap isn't very well defined since my immediate interests change all the time, but Mac Wolf has been moved to 1.5, Blake Stone Planet Strike will very likely be the next target. AOG will likely follow after that since it would be a relatively easy extension, followed by Corridor 7, followed by Operation Body Count.

ROTT is perhaps the hardest to place since many of its features are being added piecemeal just as an overarching goal to add more moding features. It could be added earlier if it makes sense, but current plan is to add it last.

Roadmap for supporting other games?

by enderandrew » Sun Feb 18, 2018 21:40

It seems like their is preliminary support for recognizing the data files for several games. Blake Stone Planet Strike goes in game and largely works but isn't perfect.

Is there a roadmap for supporting other games?

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