Category Archives: Game Design

Russia on Ten Barrels a Day

Decisive Campaigns III design blog #4 Note: Screen shots show an Alpha version with graphics being either missing or subject to change. Except for a few stragglers, the Soviet military forces are otherwise occupied. Somebody mentioned Manchuria. Let’s invade Russia. … Continue reading

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Let’s Talk about Tires

Decisive Campaigns III design blog #3 Assume that you’ve been left in charge of a big lump of machinery. There are pipes and valves everywhere, steam vents abound and there are a multitude of gauges and controls. It’s a complicated … Continue reading

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“CAN SOMEBODY PLEASE TELL ME WHY THE HECK MY PANZERS HAVEN’T GOT ENOUGH FUEL?”

Decisive Campaigns III design blog #2 What determines if a game is enjoyable? Well that depends on the type of game. For a Shooter you are after adrenalin, tension and action. For a strategy game, which is more of a … Continue reading

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Introducing Decisive Campaigns III

I’m Cameron, the developer of the next game in the Decisive Campaigns series. Some of you may know me from the Matrix forums where I created the Enhanced Mod Suite for ATG. This is the first of a series of … Continue reading

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