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 Invasion of Zululand Scenario for Advanced Tactics game

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PostSubject: Invasion of Zululand Scenario for Advanced Tactics game   Wed Mar 30, 2011 5:21 pm

Hi folks, been milling about the Anglo-Zulu war for a few weeks now, soaking up as much information as I can - and I'm real glad I found this community!

Anyway, I thought I'd let the folks here know about a scenario I've been working on for a wargame called Advanced Tactics (its primarily a WW2 operational game) but it has quite a powerful scenario editor which allows you to customise most items. Its my first scenario, so its very rough and ready, but I really wanted to have a go at depicted the initial march into Zululand in a wargame.

The scenario can be downloaded at the Advanced Tactics Scenario Bank.
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Information about the game itself can be found at Matrix Games website.
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The game is quite old now, and a new edition is due out in early April, called Advanced Tactics Gold. With luck, I should be working on/converting the scenario to work with the new version of the game (if I can).

If you're really interested in the thought process and development of the scenario, here's the appropriate thread on the Matrix Games forums.
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If anyone has Advanced Tactics, then I urge you to go and give the scenario a try - any historical corrections would be welcome or any tips on making it better also.

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