Civil War Strategy 2.0 IS HERE!

7 Responses

  1. Stephen says:

    Yes!!! Yes!!! Yes!!! No matter how many different games I play, this one does not EVER get old. Thank you so much for making this compatible with modern OS’s

  2. Russell says:

    Hello. I have found one bug – if you do something with your ships, then save the game (Files > Save), then go back to the main menu, you can move the ships a second time.

    A couple of minor requests, if you do develop a new version: 1) for old fogeys like me, it would be nice to be able to resize the game (make the display larger); no need to change anything in the display except make everything larger; and 2) it would be nice not to have to hit the “any key” so many times during the game; messages should time out after a few seconds if the user doesn’t do anything.

    • admin says:

      Hi Russell! Thanks for the feedback. You can make the screen larger by pressing Alt+Enter when you have the game option. Alt + Enter again should cause it to resize again.

      Also have noted your bug report regarding ships for future patching.

      I’ll keep your suggestion about the any key occurring less frequently as I have opportunity to make updates. 🙂

  3. John says:

    Love the game, been playing since it first came out. Any way to download/play on a ipad.

    • admin says:

      Hi John,
      Glad you are enjoying the games! The games, except Civil War Strategy 2.0 were created for DOS. DOSBox is a popular option for running DOS games on more modern operating systems. It does look like there are some DOSBox implementations available for the iPad. You could download one of those and see if you can get it to work…I don’t have an iPad to try with. If you do, I’d love to hear about it!
      Dave

      • John says:

        Hi, thanks for the quick response. I currently play on my PC/Win and that works fine. I’ll ask my tech savy son to take a look at the ipad option. Thanks again!

  4. J says:

    Hello, firstly let me thank you for keeping these great games alive, they are still very entertaining and replayable after all these years. I was wondering if you have any plans to port them to android? Im sure its a tremendous task but i think they would do well on smartphones, id even be willing to pay a dollar or two to purchase them

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