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Topic Subject:"Save and Quit" option
Caesar1229
Skirmisher
posted 07-01-06 05:45 PM EDT (US)         
After waiting for what seems to be forever to save a game with 8 players on a large map, I think the game could use a "save and quit" option. It's annoying to have to wait for it to save, then resign, then quit the game before I can do something else.

One random question, does the Town Center need an attack against more than just ships? I think so.

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aguynamedCK
Skirmisher
posted 07-02-06 12:08 PM EDT (US)     1 / 7       
TC have attacks against any units except buildings.

[This message has been edited by aguynamedCK (edited 07-02-2006 @ 12:09 PM).]

Killa4life
Skirmisher
posted 07-02-06 12:11 PM EDT (US)     2 / 7       
you have to garrison vills first then the TC attacks units aswell.

The more vills you garrison the stronger is the TC.
(tho after 10 vills it doesnt become stronger anymore)

panda234
Skirmisher
posted 07-02-06 01:16 PM EDT (US)     3 / 7       
Does the market upgrade to increase villager firepower also increase tc firepower when villagers are in it?
LembasBread
Skirmisher
posted 07-02-06 02:54 PM EDT (US)     4 / 7       
It was nice to have a Save feature in AoM. Of course, few people used it to actually save. Most used it to call a draw. If somebody had to go and the other player was nice they might do it. When match ups were very unfair, people did it. When games became extremely laggy people did it. Why did ES take things OUT? So many good features from their previous games were removed....

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KingSteve3721
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posted 07-02-06 09:47 PM EDT (US)     5 / 7       

Quote:

It was nice to have a Save feature in AoM. Of course, few people used it to actually save. Most used it to call a draw. If somebody had to go and the other player was nice they might do it. When match ups were very unfair, people did it. When games became extremely laggy people did it. Why did ES take things OUT? So many good features from their previous games were removed....

100% agree


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LO12DS_Mist
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posted 07-02-06 10:13 PM EDT (US)     6 / 7       
It takes too long to include in the final package.

Its extra work, the game would be delayed in release or other areas would be skimped on.

Thats part of the reason ES did not include co-op or games with more than 2 teams.

EDIT: The other reason is because few people used the features, its just extra work for a few select people.


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LembasBread
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posted 07-03-06 01:27 AM EDT (US)     7 / 7       
Is it much to ask for a patch with that? The programming cannot be that difficult? Look how long it took them to fix the freinds list and you STILL cannot message people while they are in-game...

"The lembas had a virtue without which they would long ago have lain down to die. . . . this waybread of the Elves had a potency that increased as travelers relied on it alone and did not mingle it with other foods. It fed the will, and it gave strength to endure, and to master sinew and limb beyond the measure of mortal kind."

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