UoC: vs Arianne “Edelweiss”

Oh look, Operation Edelweiss and Ari thinks she can stop me!

PART 1 

PART 2

PART 3

PART 4

Scenario: Edelweiss 
Game: Unity of Command – Stalingrad Campaign
Number of Let’s Plays: 4
Gameplay Type: Scenario/Multiplayer
Platform: Macbook Pro / OSX 1.9
Side Played: Axis
Difficulty Level: Easy

Unity of Command’s developer has given permission to use their game (including monetization). Their Youtube policy is here: http://unityofcommand.net/lets-play/

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UoC: vs Arianne “Case Blue”

We are going through more scenarios, this time its Case Blue and Arianne is playing the Soviets again.

Oh and I realized after the fact that the cover image is different for the last two. Will fix that next time.

PART 1

PART 2 

PART 3

PART 4

Scenario: Case Blue (vs Arianne)
Number of Let’s Plays: 5
Game: Unity of Command – Stalingrad Campaign
Gameplay Type: Scenario/Multiplayer
Platform: Macbook Pro / OSX 1.9
Side Played: Axis
Difficulty Level: Easy

Unity of Command’s developer has given permission to use their game (including monetization). Their Youtube policy is here: http://unityofcommand.net/lets-play/

I have copied and pasted it here for your convenience.

Here’s our general policy regarding “Let’s Play” videos:

  • You may create Let’s Play videos featuring Unity of Command and its DLC’s.
  • You may post them on YouTube, Vimeo, etc.
  • You may monetize your videos.

UoC: vs Arianne “Voronezh”

Ari and I are duking it out again, this time around the town of Voronezh!

PART 1 

PART 2

Scenario: Voronezh (vs Arianne)
Number of Let’s Plays: 2
Game: Unity of Command – Stalingrad Campaign
Gameplay Type: Scenario/Multiplayer
Platform: Macbook Pro / OSX 1.9
Side Played: Axis
Difficulty Level: Easy

Unity of Command’s developer has given permission to use their game (including monetization). Their Youtube policy is here: http://unityofcommand.net/lets-play/

I have copied and pasted it here for your convenience.

Here’s our general policy regarding “Let’s Play” videos:

  • You may create Let’s Play videos featuring Unity of Command and its DLC’s.
  • You may post them on YouTube, Vimeo, etc.
  • You may monetize your videos.

UoC: Black Turn “Kiev Encirclement”

Now we begin the Kiev Encirclement

Part I

Part II

Scenario: Kiev Encirclement
Let’s Play #: 09 & 10
Game: Unity of Command – Black Turn DLC
Gameplay Type: Single Player/Scenario
Platform: Macbook Pro / OSX 10.10.1
Side Played: Axis
Difficulty Level: Easy

Unity of Command’s developer has given permission to use their game (including monetization). Their Youtube policy is here: http://unityofcommand.net/lets-play/

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Here’s our general policy regarding “Let’s Play” videos:
You may create Let’s Play videos featuring Unity of Command and its DLC’s.
You may post them on YouTube, Vimeo, etc.
You may monetize your videos.

UoC: Black Turn “Army Group North”

Well my first mission did not go so well. I missed it due to timing. I am learning though. Now my second mission is Army Group North. It is once again about timing. Let’s see if it comes through. As it stands, I am 0/1.

Here is the second scenario “Army Group North” divided into two Let’s Play.

Part 1:

Part 2:

Just a little background about Army Group  North on Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Army_Group_North). I figured maybe link some information here if anyone is interested.

In preparation for Operation Barbarossa, Army Group North was reformed from Army Group C on 22 June 1941. Army Group North was commanded by Field Marshal Wilhelm Ritter von Leeb[1]and staged in East Prussia. Its strategic goal was Leningrad, with operational objectives being the territories of the Baltic republics and securing the northern flank of Army Group Centre in Northern Russia between Western Dvina River and DaugavpilsKholm Army Group boundary. On commencement of the Wehrmacht’s (the German armed forces) Baltic offensive operation the Army Group deployed into Lithuania and northern Belorussia. It served mainly in Baltic territories and north Russia until 1944.

Commander in Chief 22 June 1941: GFM Wilhelm Ritter von Leeb

Its subordinate Armies were deployed with the following immediate objectives:

  • 18th Army – from Koenigsberg to Ventspils – Jelgava
  • 4th Panzer Army – Pskov
  • 16th Army – Kaunas, Daugavpils
  • Army Group troops
    • Army-Group signals regiment 537
    • Army-Group signals regiment 639 (2nd echelon)

It was the 4th Panzer Army we got to play for this game.