[messages] [Module General Discussion] Can Breakout Normandy be played solitaire?
taruss2000 at gmail.com
Sat Mar 17 05:26:43 CET 2018
In general you can play games with vassal like the board version.* I don't
know about Breakout Normandy in particular, but you could play it solitaire
by alternating which side you too. The tool doesn't provide any AI
opponent, so it would be like playing any board game. The degree of
suitability is mostly related to the amount of hidden information on the
*Except it's harder for your cat to scatter the process.
On Mar 16, 2018 9:42 AM, "ridcully" <cellos1000 at mail.com> wrote:
> Apologies if this a noob question that everyone knows, but I only
> recently discovered Vassal. :D
> Anyhoo, I used to have a copy of Avalon HIll's Breakout Normandy soon
> after it was released in 1993. While I thought the game looked very
> intriguing I could never find an opponent, and this was in an era where
> only a fraction of people were using the internet, so email play wasn't
> an option. It collected dust for years before I decided to sell it on
> ebay some years ago. It got a good price too! I've since returned to
> boardgaming lately and would like to revisit some of of my long lost
> I remember Breakout Normandy being touted as good for solitaire play
> (the box cover said "for 1-2 players" and I would like to give it a go,
> but I don't know much about Vassal. I don't want to spend a lot of my
> valuable free time faffing about with the module only to discover that
> it can't be played solitaire.
> BTW is Squad Leader playable solitaire via Vassal? This is another game
> I could never find opponents for. I know it's not inherently suited to
> solitaire, but many people play wargames simply by playing each side in
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