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What games would you like to see a tutorial in?Are there any games that you could share with others? By helping others learn, you may find you have lots of people wanting to play your game :)Continue
Started by Charlescab. Last reply by Dirty Harry Jan 21, 2012.
Looking for a VASSL opponent for any of the gamers Regimental Sub series or the Civil war brigade firstname.lastname@example.orgContinue
Started by Bruce Gelinas Nov 16, 2011.
Hi all, I'm looking for players to play the original game of 'War At Sea' on the Vassal server. I'm on quit a lot and can also use 'Skype' for communication; cheers! : ) AlexContinue
Started by Alex R. Mar 26, 2011.
I can;t seem to create an account in the New looking VasselPassword criteria problems, I think, any suggestionsIt's been a while since I down loaded a Module and when I triedsaid I have to login, …Continue
Started by LarryS Jul 23, 2010.
Hello peoples...would anyone have a VASSAL module for SPI's Cobra? I know these things can't be placed on the Vassal website, but before I start down the track of doing one myself I thought I'd check if there was one already available.
Hello Looking for SPI, Avalon Hill or even GMT card game players.
Have you considered joining the Facebook group, Nicolas?
New to the wargaming hobby, i would like to start some PbEM games to experience the 'real' thing and to cure my soloing schizophrenic habits.
Here is the games i currently own, but I'm open to learning other ones as well.
I was looking and it appears that it would be pretty simple to create a module using a cyberboard one by saving the map as a bitmap and making the counters.
Joe I saw on the S&T site that they are looking to have vassal modules done. So I think they are changing gears as far as vassal goes.
Actually it is pretty easy, you will need to build the base graphics images, say around 100dpi by 100 smallest maybe 50x50. Once you get the bases done you need to do the maps,
The hard part is figuring out the properties to assign to the images you bring in, for instance to rotate a piece you have to assign that property. It's funny but once it clicks it seems easy, but until you reach that moment it's all voodoo rocket science.
I am getting fed up with all the glitches in HexWars and have original versions of two unpaid for games (so I hold the copyrights) designed for SPI quads. One is the ACW quad game Murfereesboro and the second is a Napoleonic Quad game. Anyone interested in showing me how to set up the grapics and unit counters and how they would be placed on the gameboard and moved. I can then offer at least two quad games that Decision games has no rights to. Anyone interested?
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