March Screenshots E-mail
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Written by Matt Clyburn   
Sunday, 14 March 2010 03:52

Here is the latest and final batch of screen shots.  Notice these show the full in game interface, as well as the courier and order of battle screen.  The screens without any action are the landscape shots requested by Amish John.

Please note:  We will not be spending any time explaining the details of the interface.  You will have it in your hands in a matter of weeks if we are left alone to finish the last remaining bits including the manual that explains everything.  :)

Enjoy!

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Browse the web in style with Scourge of War! E-mail
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Written by Louie Raider   
Thursday, 04 March 2010 15:46

In preparation for the launch of Scourge of War: Gettysburg I've been tasked with creating enhancements for iGoogle and Firefox. Click on the links to preview and wear your theme (or persona) with pride!

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Schedule Update E-mail
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Written by Norb Timpko   
Monday, 15 February 2010 17:43

I am receiving a lot of emails and PMs about the release date.  It's easier to just do a small update here.  We don't have an exact date.  We are on schedule and see no issues for us making this quarter.

March 1st is code freeze.  No changes to the source or the scenarios unless they are fixing major bugs.  We are sort of there now, but we are still working hard to get the proper scores in the scenarios. 

After then I will build the installer and everyone will then be testing with the installer build.  We will be testing the store, the activation, etc.  At that point it's just a matter of getting everyone's thumbs up.  Larry, Eric, & Jim will be finishing up the manual.  The rest of the testers will be working hard to be the first ones on the Generals List :)

 We are looking at a late March release.  The demo is the game.  So it will be out at the same time.  When you purchase you will receive an activation code to unlock the full game.  It will require 1 time internet activation.  It will not require a connection to play, just activate.

That's all the info I have.  When we have a better date we'll update everyone. 

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First impressions of Multiplayer E-mail
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Written by Charles Wood   
Wednesday, 10 February 2010 16:43
Being a new member of the developement and testing team, Norb asked me after our multiplay session last night to write up an AAR giving my impression of the game. Let me start with an unqualified WOW!
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Happy New Year 2010! E-mail
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Written by Norb Timpko   
Friday, 01 January 2010 03:27

New Video on YouTube!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yCFWtIjIANg 

 

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Some Questions Answered E-mail
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Written by Norb Timpko   
Tuesday, 22 December 2009 04:15

I have been getting a lot of questions lately about our game, so I thought it best to answer them here.  Because if people are sending me messages, I figure that there are a lot more with the same questions.

1. What is the expected release date of the Gettysburg Scourge of War game?

1st Quarter 2010.  We had been shooting for the end of 2009, but it just could not be done.  Most of this is due to the multiplayer feature.  It's pretty solid, but there are still a few looming bugs that we want to get nailed down.  The test team has been doing a great job of getting together 3 times a week to play.  But to track down these tough bugs I have to add information to the log, then they play, then I add more information.  It's a slow process, especially when everyone is doing this while holding another full time job.  We all do this in our spare time, so although we do try to keep to a schedule, we cannot always finish things right on time.

Last Updated on Friday, 01 January 2010 03:27
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