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Post  Blanci on Tue Jun 30, 2015 5:58 pm

Public has been very quiet for months now.. So I am putting in some fog games over the summer.
Any active players feel free to join.

All of them will be on maps that are biggish or interesting with lots of strategy options so they don't stalemate easily.
I think this can help games stay fluid and generally run faster.

What happened to the automated zz games? They were useful as they encouraged people to join and play.
We need to run a season of naval zz games ...and later a season of heavy pipeseam, etc. Things to stimulate activity.
Anyways happy summer ...


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Re: PUBLIC GAMES (waiting)

Post  Xmo5 on Tue Jun 30, 2015 9:51 pm

Great, we need public games! I don't even think it matters what kind so much, so long as it gives players accessible games to join.

Also, FYI, the Z-games are not automated. Those are all manually created (and started) by map committee members; unfortunately most of us have been pretty busy with other things (and real life) so they haven't been generated as frequently as they probably could be.

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