I am happy to give some attention to this scenario that arrived today in the scenariobank. Congratulations and thanks to Mr Claus E. Füssel. He has created what looks like to be an excellent new scenario based on the hypothetical German invasion of Swiss. If you own DC: Warsaw To Paris you can download “The Tannenbaum Blitz” from the VR Designs Scenariobank.
If you like it please give some feedback over there or on the DC:WTP matrix forums.
Here are some additional screenshots: (click to enlarge)
This month saw the new leader feature for Advanced Tactics Gold maturing. Beta patch ATG v2.14 has been released around end of January and this will very probably also become the next gold version. It seems the ATG leaders will soon be officially there!
Furthermore I decided together with Matrix Games to provide a bundled purchase option for both Decisive Campaigns games.
Ohh.. and Small General has been patched. (expect another small patch soon)
But most of the work this month went into the new mystery project. This project now officially has priority above all others.
I really try to make some time free to do some initial work on Decisive Campaigns 3, but it is proving hard to make the time. I will try harder though. The engine deserves a third installment. Hope to report some more progress here in the next months.
Yes we keep supporting our Android games! Small General has been updated to v1.3 and Small General : Eastern Front to v1.05. The improvements are mainly concerning layout on tablets and high-res (>480px by 800px) devices, but also fix an issue with the android software menu bar in the bottom of the screen on lower resolution devices (or when running in minimum-resolution mode set in prefs). Furthermore a number of new features from Eastern Front has been ported to the first Small General game including zooming in and out.
Never played Small General yet and have an Android tablet or phone? Load up the Google Play store and get it. Here are 2 extra pictures from the game running on the Nexus7 to get you motivated: