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Thank you for a great fight!
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AH, I've just had a look at the code, and it's a maximum of 32. You were right on both counts, it's 16 for normal Colony missions and 32 for this one. I thought it was still 14. :)
Steve, currently FP has 24 and you have 8, so that makes 32. Peter has 19 I have 13 also 32. So the max isn't 28.
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Yes I remember that, although I thought it was 16. But anyway, I didn't know it changed. Will be interesting to know if it was just me.
It's been like that for years I think. It used to be like the non-coop versions, where each player had a max of 14 units, but IIRC it was deemed unfair that if one half of a coop team wasn't doing very well, their partner was disadvantaged.
I didn't know that! All this time of playing underground colony co-op and that is first time I've heard this mentioned. Okay, that's fair enough if it's the rule. Cheers for clearing it up Steve.
Well played! I thought I was on course to win, but my squad crumbled at the end.
The game only creates clones up to a total of 28 between both players on the same side. It looks like Peter has 17 and you have 10, so one of you should get another clone soon, but that's probably why you haven't had one for a while.
Steve, several clone generators of mine have not had clones for two turns despite the fact we have 40 resource points.
I think luck plays a massive part in our lives, from the smallest thing, such as rolling a dice, to the largest, such as will I get a terminal disease. We can slightly affect our luck in some ways, but it all depends. Maybe we should just appreciate it when we're lucky, and accept it when we're not.
Once the first bullet has finished being tracked, the targetter should return to exactly the same position. Does anyone else have this problem?
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