yah that is what I mean, I have it run in unchecked 64bit. But no huge treasury or one turn research. Maybe this trainer just hates me...I am starting to become convinced of this theory. When I did try the "shock and awe" method of changing folders and starting a new game, they worked, but the game crashed, so I stopped.
how the hec do you do battles, i tryd to do one, butt all i see was sun a planet and some green dots coming form planet hitting it self and i se a blue sonar a bit out of the planet on the planet ther was some collored dots, i cudnt do ****, this game still sux, SOTS is WAY better
From what I understand, you stay in a somewhat 'tactical view' of polygons and moving triangles/dots whilst travelling in the system. Then when you encounter an enemy ship/fleet in a sector (quadrilateral pie shaped zone of the system) they zoom you into the beautiful battle mode.
Big change from SOTS1 for me at least, but I guess its the shift from simple planet battles to 'system-level' battles. While bigger is better, idk if that's the case here or just poor implementation
its like Total War games, where its turn base, then when you get into a battle, it go real time, but you have to turn your COMBAT SENSORS off, they are in the lower left hand corner, small white tab, then you can zoom in and control/watch the battle