Great scenario. I liked the battle tactics presented at the beginning. Was it inspired by the battle of Kasserine pass in Empires, by any chance?
You've already got yourself a review, so I will list the "pro's" and "cons" instead:
The scenario plays like an expanded version of the Kasserine battle in the Patton campaign. I find it the most fun if I don't move my troops ahead and instead just stand my ground and fight them "meter for meter", pulling back troops when I have to.
The saboteurs, and their atomic bombs, were a great addition.
You had a large variety of units.
The challenge of the scenario is to lose as few troops as possible beating the enemy. I think adding a game counter counting the number of losses you've sustained would add to the fun (like the counter for the number of kills in the Korean scenario).
I couldn't find the general. Really. I think you should have put a banner over him or something.
Your resourses were obsolete, as were your buildings. While I realise you couldn't have a base without buildings, I don't see a reason why you could produce units at it.
The nazi units could have been more varied. It'd have done a lot to make the scenario more realistic.
Keep up the good work. Your scenario reminded me of the Ground Control game.
PS: Your rating is a good one. You got two '3's and a '4'. Never mind that it only adds up to less than '3'. Ratings don't mean too much.
[Edited on 01/31/04 @ 07:34 PM]
Posted on 02/27/04 @ 01:48 PM
Personally I keep losing because it is so highly grapical that my computer freezes for like 4 of the 7 minutes of the game so i cant really control anything! Even on low graphics it is slow as a slug. Well considering i have one of the WORST graphics cards around at only a whoping 32mb AGP 3D, so I guess its more the computers fault then the scenario. But if I could play it it would rock!!!!!! ;)