"Between Characters and Ideas" is our new Development Diary 45, in which we explain how we capture the taste of the Cold War through ideas and historical characters.
As tension rose between the King's government and the Greek communist guerillas, civil war became inevitable. The echoes of gunfire reverberating in the hills and the olive groves, this could all have been so different. Introducing Development Diary 44
Introducing Focuses in the game, we wanted to make this core mechanic communicate more clearly what is to come in terms of possible decisions, policies, leaders and more. Lead your way to victory and read all about it here!
About two years ago, I was invited to a meeting on Cold War storytelling. The team was trying to figure out how to make a plethora of 'rock, paper, scissors' type of match ups between the USA and USSR. Read all about where the story begins with Alfred 'Zeress' Frendo-Cumbo
The Soviet people gather their willpower and will from now on react if ignored. With this update we also introduce a brand new standard for Decisions. Read all about it in Development Diary 42
Full Save Game implementation announced as well as an update on the development of a new Focus MGMT system in Development Diary 41
Have you wondered about the sound and audio development of Terminal Conflict? Wonder no longer, as the brilliant Simon Donovan showcases his work with upcoming soundtracks for the historical Leaders of the game in Developmen Diary 40. Read and listen to his tunes here!
This had to come from someone within close ties to the Administration. Sometimes two words can be the most powerful staying power in politics - "No comment". We've unleashed the powers of the Elites Interests upon the US Administration in Development Diary 39
Revolutions, rebellions & rocketry! Rock, Paper, Shotgun’s wargames alphabet has Terminal Conflict filed naturally under R as in ‘Red Under the Bed’. Rush, read, revel!
Interview with Erik Meyer from Indiegraze about our approach to grand strategy, human conflict and nuclear war in Terminal Conflict. Read more here!
The United States stands at this time at the pinnacle of world power. From Stettin in the Baltic to Trieste in the Adriatic, an iron curtain has descended across the continent. Terminal Conflict presents the first part of the Grand Campaign in Development Diary 37
I write with haste. It is true. USSR aiming for nothing short of world communism. The Long Telegram arrives at your terminal in Development Diary 36
PR-guru Davide Pessach joins Strategy Mill! Read more here!