I think that's all that is needed. It seems to almost be under the units, rather than above it. It does require two taps, and. I've gotten used to tapping elsewhere on the battlefield to deselect (tapping the repair button twice is always good).carlisimo wrote:I think making the swap icon easier to see might do the trick.
I wonder, would it be possible to have it that when you press hold on the screen, that it hides all the units and shows just the terrain and fortifictions? That's very handy in Shenandoah's Crisis in Command games, and checking for fortification levels and river lines and railway junctions etc would be easier with a quick "hide the units" command.
I'm up to June 1915 now, still having a blast. The only real issue I still have is how quick it rips through the AI turn. Maybe it's just a bit of lag on my original iPad Mini, but it will swap to and from smaller battles so quickly that I cannot tell what happened until I scout around at the start of my turn. I would dearly love a slowed down version so I could take it all in.
As to gameplay, that's solid as hell. Did learn the hard way that landing some English troops near Basra was a suicide mission. Thought I would grab Kuwait and have some supply from that, but landed, was instantly out of supply, and well three infantry divisions lost in the sand. Is there any way to successfully attack from that corner?
Also, the only thing I'm unsure of is how to hunt subs. You need to start the turn next to then to attack, so they have the constant advantage unless they choose to stick around and fight.