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Re: The Tlaxcalan Hegemony - SMACX AI Growth mod version 1.46
« Reply #75 on: September 04, 2020, 09:05:36 AM »
You know what?  This is 2 nights in a row where this AAR is just feeling like work.  I'm already so dissatisfied with how it has gone, that I have no intention of publishing it on r/4Xgaming.  I thought about whether someone might be interested in it anyways, but on further contemplation I decided no, this is not a very interesting game.  And it's probably not my best work as an AAR author either.  Comes from the meandering lack of point to the game itself, I think.  I think it's an exercise in sheer tedium to reach Diplomatic Victory.  If I had intended to win that way, I think I could have gotten there faster and more succinctly.

I'm done.  This is not worth completing.  Or mentioning.  It's a train wreck.

 

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