Wargamer posted a nice write up on 2017 upcoming PC games:
“UBOOT (Deep Water Studio)
Describing itself as Fallout Shelter on a U-Boat, UBOOT promises to be one of the most unique sub-sims around. Taking a heavy amount of inspiration from the classic Das Boot, you control a U-Boat in the Atlantic during the Second World War and you have to keep a close eye on your crew if you want to survive.
Each individual’s morale or level of hunger affects their performance and each of your crew is promised to have their own backstory, face or personality. As the game progresses the dastardly allies will get progressively more dangerous; equipping their ships with sonar or breaking the enigma code. In tense situations sailors will also have hidden traits that are revealed. They could be a drunkard, a dangerous psychopath or even…a spy. Lastly UBOOT looks gorgeous and promises to recreate German U-Boats in painstaking accuracy.
No information on a release yet, other than “soon”, but you should check out the game’s Steam Page. “
ok.. thats the blurb.. wait …WTF?
Take a 3D tour on your PC or phone through a real B-17 Flying Fortress:
Folks please welcome Phillip to the world of video AAR and historical blog posts.
This is a tremendous video he has done for all of us here. A superb first effort This covers the battle in detail with images of the game and great historical art also. These take an immense amount of time to create!
Pause as need to read the excellent detail.
Righto… Here I am hat in hand. Asking you dear readers for assistance in expanding my knowledge and understanding of famous, infamous, tragic and epic battles where if not for running out of time one side may have overcome the odds or been overcome!
Wellingtons quote from the Battle of Waterloo “Give me Blucher or give me night “ comes to mind as the most succinct expression of the type of battles I am looking for.
Where the element time played a crucial role in so many aspects of this battle.