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#1 CV32

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Posted 18 September 2007 - 09:11 AM

1. Allow greater number of items per Annex in the database. (its the DB guy in me)

2. Useable entire world map, including the ability to seamlessly move "across the back of the Earth". (its the scenario designer guy in me)

3. Make anti-submarine warfare (ASW) patrols capable of being customised, ie. MAD/sonobuoy patterns, variable loiter times, etc.

4. Increased complexity in the electronic warfare (EW) model, ie. adding EW/decoy capability to surface ships and mobile land units, up to including generational modeling (as per Harpoon paper rules).

5. Allow for damaged bases to be repaired (shamelessly borrowed from Smitty).

6. Allow for capture and use of enemy bases (again shamelessly borrowed from Smitty).

7. Allow one or more additional range bands in the formation editor and increase the maximum range in the formation editor from the current 255 nm (yeah, Smitty).

8. Allow the time of day for the scenario to start, to be set either at start up or in the scenario editor. It would also be nice to have some sort of progress bar to show the current day night situation (I thought of this first :P ).

9. Allow units to carry other units, i.e. LCACs in LSDs, Marines in LCACs (what Tony said). Including missiles that carry missiles or sub-projectiles, i.e. MIRVs; certain Russian anti-ship missiles (e.g. Klub) that have varying terminal attack speeds and profiles; torpedoes carried aboard air launched missiles (e.g. HAAWC).

10. Expanded weather model, including the ability to place "weather" during scenario editing.

11. Variable ready times, perhaps something as simple as increasing ready time per number of sorties.

12. Smarter SAM and AAA handling, ie. more player control.

13. Waypoint system for air missions.

14. Dynamic speed settings for aircraft.

15. Dynamic altitude, terrain and depth model (expanded depth model would permit ships to cozy up to the shore (where water depths permit), prohibit towed array sonar deployment in shallow water, etc).

16. Ability to retarget weapons that have the capability (eg. Tactical Tomahawk, Harpoon Block II, etc).

17. True UAV/USV/UUV modeling or a reasonable facsimile thereof.

18. Satellites!

19. Allow the Allocate/Deallocate button in the Attack pop-up window to be held down.

20. A way to mask the numbers of SAM and AAA present at any enemy base.

21. Ability to place flags or markers on the map to mark the last known location of lost contacts, perhaps with an information tag.

22. Capability for submarines to detect active sonar sonobuoys.

23. Aircraft signature (principally RCS) determined by loadout.

24. Armor penetration for 'Bombs', as is currently available for 'Missiles'.

25. Greater control over airborne gun systems, i.e. 'smarter' airborne guns.

26. Forced snorkeling for diesel subs, even in a simple fashion, e.g. must come to snorkel depth every X hours.

27. An air independent propulsion (AIP) flag that would create an exception to the forced snorkel, e.g. must come to snorkel depth every "3 times X" hours.

28. Enable use of the Staff Message in the Scenario Editor.

29. Chance of equipment breakdown for sensors and for weapons (i.e. missiles, torpedoes, etc).

30. Maximum or burst speed time limitations for ships and submarines, e.g. a ship can only travel at max speed for a certain period of time before it must slow to cruise (or slower) for another period of time.

31. Smarter AI submarine torpedo fire control, e.g. holding fire until target is very close (25-33 percent of max range?) and depending on target type or detection probabilities.

32. Greater player control over launched weapons where datalink or wire guidance permits (eg. Tactical Tomahawk, Mk 48 ADCAP, etc).

33. Detection of active emitters by their emitter type (eg. Flash Dance radar) rather than platform type (eg. MiG-31).

34. Better, smarter AI control of weapons allocation and release.

#2 Akula

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Posted 18 September 2007 - 01:22 PM

5. Allow for damaged bases to be repaired (shamelessly borrowed from Smitty).

6. Allow for capture and use of enemy bases (again shamelessly borrowed from Smitty).


Expanding:

5. Would be nice to have an 'Engineer' type unit that could make the repairs only if present (or even just speed repairs if present) instead of it all being automatic. Basically an airfield might be fairly easy to patch up, but repairing port facilities could take weeks or months.

6. Capture of nuetral vessels would be a nice addition also. Imagine pirates actually capturing a frieghter instead of having to sink it.

#3 CV32

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Posted 26 September 2007 - 10:13 AM

bump for updated wish list :)

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Posted 06 October 2007 - 06:02 PM

bee tee tee

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Posted 24 October 2007 - 12:15 PM

18. Satellites !


Today in IRC the topic came up.

I would like to see a minimum of two orbital altitude bands, one for low and mid earth orbit, and one far out band for SBIRS and such.

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Posted 24 October 2007 - 12:40 PM

you'll get nothing and like it. :D




Sorry , I have had such a dearth of things to say of late, I had to say something. :rolleyes:

#7 TonyE

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Posted 07 December 2007 - 11:22 PM

20. A way to mask the numbers of SAM and AAA present at any enemy base.

Looks like we did that, still accessible, but not staring you in the face.

#8 CV32

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Posted 20 December 2007 - 10:39 AM

bump ! B)

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Posted 01 January 2008 - 02:12 AM

19. Allow the Allocate/Deallocate button in the Attack pop-up window to be held down.



As a (somewhat awkward) workaround for this, it has always been possible to click once on the allocate or deallocate button, then press and hold the A or D key, as appropriate. Saves mucho wear & tear on mouse and index finger ... :)

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Posted 02 January 2008 - 05:41 AM

I think I push ctrl-A or ctrl-D and hold it down.

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Posted 02 January 2008 - 10:43 AM

I think it's Alt+A and Alt+D

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Posted 29 April 2008 - 09:13 AM

Expansion of No.9 in the list.

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Posted 30 April 2008 - 01:02 PM

18. Satellites !


Today in IRC the topic came up.

I would like to see a minimum of two orbital altitude bands, one for low and mid earth orbit, and one far out band for SBIRS and such.


In the old Harpoon Classic 2002 I've tried to make "satellites" (only with patrol loadout, and inflight refuellables) and "satellite boosters" (a "satellite" type aircraft, with the same performances, with only a tanker loadout, "launched" in the same mission with the "satellite"), including more o less "generic" KH-11 (with TDS, IRST, FLIR and SPIR of 100 n.m. range) , RORSAT/RLS (with High Spy radar, 150 n.m. range), EORSAT/RTR (with IRST, TDS, ESM, RWR, FLIR and SPIR of 100 n.m. range), White Cloud (with IRST, TDS, ESM, RWR, FLIR and SPIR of 450 n.m. range), and Cosmos Series (with IRST, TDS, ESM, FLIR and SPIR of 450 n.m. range), all with speed of 9800 knots and range of 29.999 n.m. (the maximum possible I've tested the DB, I think), size very small, internal ECM 99, RCS 73 and DATA 95.

But I constated, lamentably:
- The "satellite", at his natural Too High (suborbital) altitude, detects NOTHING, no IR detection, no RADAR detection, no ESM detection, only when it comes to Very High altitude (i.e. easily killable) can detect enemies (and after, of course, it can't return to Too High altitude). A pity, and not very funny.
- The maximum range of SPIR sensor (in the DB is a SPIR radar, e.g. in theory passive infrared sensor) is, in this and another test, EVER 20 n.m., as in the paper rules (very bad for the new generation of IRST sensors, i.e. Rafael, Typhoon, et alt.).


I've not tried (yet) in the new HCE, I'm a little lazy now ...

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Posted 30 April 2008 - 01:19 PM

The maximum range of SPIR sensor (in the DB is a SPIR radar, e.g. in theory passive infrared sensor) is, in this and another test, EVER 20 n.m., as in the paper rules (very bad for the new generation of IRST sensors, i.e. Rafael, Typhoon, et alt.). I've not tried (yet) in the new HCE, I'm a little lazy now ...


Here's something else that's not funny. The SPIR flag in the Sensors Annex is not used. ;) Well, maybe its a little funny. :lol:

Meanwhile, you can use the IRST and TCS flags for aircraft, though they are all of a single capability.

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Posted 07 July 2008 - 08:27 PM

Expanded No.15.




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