I am brand-spankin’ new to this. I’m making a module for Worthington’s “Caesar’s Gallic War”. I used Columbia’s “Julius Caesar” as a template and have had an easy time of it.
There is one unique feature to this game that I am having difficulty with.
This is a two player game. One player (Rome) has black blocks. The other (Germania) has blue blocks. In between the two are a bunch of gray blocks that could go either way or no way. In the board game, if they are neutral, they are face-down. If a player recruits them, he stands them up, puts them at full strength, and faces his direction.
I am having a difficult time with this. I have the players declared as “Rome” and “German”. I had the blocks set up as both, with a right-click feature to say it belongs to one or the other (a property on Julius Caesar’s blocks, since there is a defection card). However, those blocks are one or the other, but never neither. If a block can be either, it looks like all neutral blocks are yours, because you can see them all.
Any ideas on how to solve this conundrum? Please speak slowly as I have no programming knowledge. I just went in and changed the properties on the J.C. module to recreate another one.