Open world survival mod set just two years after the mass extinction of billions of people.Those that remain are left with remnants of a once technological society.
In a nutshell, it gives a bit more flexibility over the original Fast 90 as you do not have to turn your boat to a perpendicular course to deploy your torpedoes. Wazoo I updated the Tutorial to version 2.2 with the following:1) Went from a 3 minute timing rule to a 3 min 15 second method to increase accuracy as pointed out by Squidget and others...2) Explained workaround for nasty bug that does not update gyro when switching between different torpedo types. Wazoo Updated the tutorial to version 2.3 Added Advanced Speed Calculation using the Nomograph Mod. Wazoo Teddy, I have a problem using your techniques.
The major addition is a new section called "Fast 90 Advanced".
I understand the principles of all this, but I really do have a hard time putting it all into practice, primarily because it isn't easy to measure angles off your own heading, particularly when you are dealing with a moving target and the roles of several crewwen. EDIT: BTW I think the link to Magoo's MOD is broken I think the link is O.k....
It would be so much easier and faster if there was a tool that did this. Wazoo Originally posted by 2Gv SAP_Chief: Wow this is EXACTLY what I have been looking for! it is just that damn Ubi site is slow as my Type IIA!! I've fallen in love with the Fast 90 method and in the Academy Convoy Tutorial scored 3 out of 4 hits on 3 different ships fired in succession!
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With this new chip, software creators had greater than ever computing speed and flexibility with which to create new faster AI and Automated Systems.
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