^ that description is couple years old
Alpha/0.9 (Type VIIS, 07/04/2019, 13:08)
Full-size image link: https://i.imgur.com/uVu1KXI.jpg
DL: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1W8GM1 ... qa432CR7x5
Legacy (Type VII, 23/12/2017, 20:37)
Yep, thats pretty much the reason it existsLandonGam3r wrote:New kind of submarine where the crew actually has to work together
When I saw those ballast controls it has, specifically : DLandonGam3r wrote:Happy to hear you used the Unterseeboot 1914 as inspiration !
No big deal, I've seen how pub handles itLandonGam3r wrote:I am afraid however I cannot put it in roulation on BT Public #1
Well, I figured my first sub should be small, hence Type VII. And since its german it should have authentic labels. I dont know a single german word myself, its half actual sub photos half google translate. : DNemo wrote:Definitely helps to understand the german signs here.
Yep, that is another thing entirely. What I never liked in Baro' subs, they all have those huge hallways and such. Practicality is overlooked a little bit too much, in my opinion.Nemo wrote:Love how cramped this feels.
Given enough resolve you can shoot deck gun and as of now you can use depthcharges to engage downwards (goodbye historical accuracy)Nemo wrote:Only being able to shoot straight (I guess) in addition is a bit harsh
Ive considered this but it would increase the hull size substantionally, ruining its similarity to the original.Nemo wrote:The only nitpick I could come up with so far if forced to is that it unfortunately does not have that full brig/ballast encirclement and hence added ruggedness and forced-outside repairs which Unterseebot 1914 introduced.
Im sorry Dave, Im afraid I cant do that.Celtic12 wrote:I would suggest english placards as the german ones add an unnecessary layer of complexity
No. Spaceodysseyreferenced.Celtic12 wrote:Did you....Did you just Red Dwarf reference me?