I don't know if any of you guys saw this on Wargamer.com but they did an excellent "legacy" review of Supremacy at Sea. Their reviewer really extolled the virtues of the game, something many of us already know about. This game was never given it's due when it was released, so it's nice (and surprising) to see it lauded now. Also, note that Wargamer.com added it to it's 'Best/Greatest" naval wargames list.
So, if anyone knows how to get ahold of Tony, let him know that his hard work is finally getting the recognition it's due. Well done Tony!
I have not talked to Tony in a while, Ill try to get hold of him and bring this article to his attention...who knows, if we are very lucky he might want to create an encore :-)
I have to say that Tony was willing to listen to ideas and implement suggestions. I don't remember the NWS owner's name, but he actually called me at home and we spoke about the game. Great guys both, made a huge impression on me. SAS has never left my hard drive and I play it every once in a while. I love to play Italy versus France for control of the Med.
Can someone tell me if the game needs the CD to be present in the CD ROM drive whilst playing?
My desktop doesn't even have a CD ROM drive. My laptop does so if I bought the game could I install on my laptop then copy the installation to my desktop using a USB memory stick and play the game without the CD being present?