Tactical Fleet Simulator (TFS) is a total overhaul that completely redefines the Homeworld experience. TFS aims to transform Homeworld2 into a tactics-oriented combat simulator by enhancing the tactical aspect of the game through the inclusion of new content and revamping the entire pace of combat to simulate a more immersing and adrenaline-soaked experience. Recurring themes are quasi-modern (circa 20th century) air and naval doctrines modified for three-dimensional movement complete with a proper unit classification system. Grand strategy plays a significant role, but the emphasis is placed on battlefield adaptability simulated by a large amount of available assets - some of which have similar roles but are only applicable under specific circumstances. Combined arms is the name of the game - there are no individual "uber" units. Even the strongest ships will be taken down in short order if not managed correctly and utilized in conjunction with other assets.

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z741 Jul 28 2013, 3:34am says:


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QPsychosis Jul 28 2013, 11:17am says:

Now that's pretty.

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joaodfreire Jul 29 2013, 8:35am says:

There is any realese date to the Mod Battlecry?
BTW amazing mod man, been playing it for a long time really nice work.

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Battlecry Jul 29 2013, 9:02pm replied:

Thank you for the compliments.

There is no scheduled release date, but you can expect *something* to be released within the next three to four weeks.

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joaodfreire Jul 30 2013, 5:21am replied:


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