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Muzzy Lane releases demo and new scenario for Making History: The Great War‏

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Good news for all you armchair strategists; developer Muzzy Lane has just released a free demo of its World War One grand strategy game Making History: The Great War.

The demo will introduce a new scenario, The July Crisis, which kicks off just before the assassination of the Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo.

Early Access period for Making History: The Great War extended to September, new release date announced

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MuzzyLane Software has announced that it is extending the Early Access programme for its World War One grand strategy title Making History: The Great War to September.

The game was originally intended to come out on July 28, but the developers say they need a little extra time to finish tweaking and bug-squashing. Which is fair enough. This means you can still grab the game for the discounted Early Access price until the new planned release date of September 9.

Making History: The Great War Dev Diary 3: Money makes the World (War) Go Around

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Chris Parsons, Product Manager, Muzzy Lane Software joins us for another Making History: The Great War developer diary.

Making History: The Great War gets huge Early Access update, adding nine new countries

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World War One grand strategy title Making History: The Great War has just received a huge new Early Access update adding nine new countries and a bevy of new tactical options.

Amongst the newly added nations are two long-awaited heavy hitters in the form of the British Empire and the US.

Making History: The Great War developer diary discusses industry and finance

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War; it's expensive. Muzzy Lane's Making History: The Great War will have us balancing the budget as well as overseeing our industrial capacity to feed the war machines. This new dev diary examines the cogs of industry.

The studio has separated the production of hardware, like tanks and planes, from troop recruitment this time around. This is to better reflect a nation's war-time capabilities, they say.

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