Hi! I purchased some time ago NW-WW2 which I use to play solitaire using its basic solitaire rules. I see now that there is this new and improved version "No Safe Port". Now my question is, considering I plan to use it mostly only solitaire, can NSP be considered an important improvement over NW WW2 to justify its purchase? Or the does solitaire system remains basically the same and I should stick to NW WW2? Thanks for your advice!
Post by williammiller on Sept 6, 2016 10:17:31 GMT -5
The solitaire rules in 'No Safe Port' are essentially the same as the ones used in NW-WW2 (just some very minor differences). The main differences between NSP and NW-WW2 is that NSP has more detailed treatment of ship data and ship combat compared to NW-WW2 (NSP adds floatation data and rules for floatation loss, etc) and also NSP uses ship data/record sheets (where you can track multiple ships/squadrons of aircraft on a single sheet) instead of data cards.