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Author Topic: I guess no-one talks about SS06 much anymore.  (Read 17506 times)

Shipaddict

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Re: I guess no-one talks about SS06 much anymore.
« Reply #25 on: June 20, 2010, 14:58:49 »

How do you know we'l have it or something similar?

I don't. :)
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Captain. Mitch

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Re: I guess no-one talks about SS06 much anymore.
« Reply #26 on: June 20, 2010, 19:25:02 »

That's a problem what really bothers me.

Can they tell us, theyr opinion, if there are some chances to see some mega yacht in the game or something like that??  ;) :'(

Kind regards.
Capt. Mitch

Anjin 42

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Re: I guess no-one talks about SS06 much anymore.
« Reply #27 on: June 21, 2010, 13:50:03 »

I only just got hold of an old copy of '06 but the calm pace compared to flight sims makes it quite addictive. Are there only a couple of ports and islands or am I missing something?
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Captain. Mitch

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Re: I guess no-one talks about SS06 much anymore.
« Reply #28 on: June 21, 2010, 17:59:06 »

Add-on worth every cent!

In Add-on you get some nice vessel like huge 298 meters ocean liner Ocean Star, a clasic yacht Portoferrario Angel, a speed boat yacht Marabella delight ( with great interior ) some very nice and powerful tugs, also a ferry and a lot of wonderful vessels.

Also an very nice new port Cornwall in England.

Also you can walk on each ship.

It's definitly worth that.

Kind regards.
Captain. Mitch

McGherkin

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Re: I guess no-one talks about SS06 much anymore.
« Reply #29 on: June 21, 2010, 18:03:36 »

Also an very nice new port Cornwall in England.

Big port ;D

Padstow IN Cornwall, in England XD
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mvsmith

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Re: I guess no-one talks about SS06 much anymore.
« Reply #30 on: June 21, 2010, 18:07:42 »

Add-on worth every cent!

In Add-on you get some nice vessel like huge 298 meters ocean liner Ocean Star, a clasic yacht Portoferrario Angel, a speed boat yacht Marabella delight ( with great interior ) some very nice and powerful tugs, also a ferry and a lot of wonderful vessels.

Also an very nice new port Cornwall in England.

Also you can walk on each ship.

It's definitly worth that.

Kind regards.
Captain. Mitch


I thought the subject was SS2006. If not, why is it here?
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Captain Jake

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Re: I guess no-one talks about SS06 much anymore.
« Reply #31 on: June 22, 2010, 20:16:52 »

I have just purchased Ship Simulator 2006 & The add-on as I think it's of much higher quality than Ship Simulator 2008. Until SSE arrives, I wont be using 08.
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craigster1

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Re: I guess no-one talks about SS06 much anymore.
« Reply #32 on: August 30, 2010, 14:27:23 »

I GOT THE GAME SATERDAY ITS OK BUT IF U COULD GO OUT TO THE OCEAN THAT WOULD BE COOL
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freeciv

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Re: I guess no-one talks about SS06 much anymore.
« Reply #33 on: October 12, 2010, 21:21:23 »

I just re-installed it yesterday. Its still a fun game!
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hiballer

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Re: I guess no-one talks about SS06 much anymore.
« Reply #34 on: January 14, 2011, 23:35:01 »

I just bought and installed it today.  Very disappointed that there is no free roaming allowed.

Bill
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Shipaddict

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Re: I guess no-one talks about SS06 much anymore.
« Reply #35 on: January 14, 2011, 23:44:41 »

Make your own free roaming session by creating a custom mission and adding a player ship of your choice.

Mike
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hiballer

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Re: I guess no-one talks about SS06 much anymore.
« Reply #36 on: January 15, 2011, 00:33:01 »

Ah.  That makes sense.  I'll do that tonight.

Thanks,

Bill
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MokMok

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Re: I guess no-one talks about SS06 much anymore.
« Reply #37 on: January 15, 2011, 09:31:10 »

SS06 is still a very nice game. Good graphics and it can run on older hardware. I was able to run SS06 on an Asus CUB-XE motherboard with an Intel Celeron 1,1 GHz, 448 MB PC100 SD-RAM Main Memory and an Nvidia GeForce MX 440 AGP Videocard with 64 MB Video Memory. Some missions were fine, but other ones were very slow.

It has some disadvantages:

  • No Multiplayer mode;
  • You can't sail from any harbour to the open sea, there is a barrier at the border of the harbour when you want to sail to the open sea;
  • No seperate vantage point buttons for choosing different views: Bird's eye, Bridge mode, etc. You go from bird's eye view to bridge mode view by turning your mousewheel;
  • A limited number of freeroam missions.

When was SS06 released for the first time and did it also suffer from nasty bugs and performance issues like SSE2010 does?

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marcstrat

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Re: I guess no-one talks about SS06 much anymore.
« Reply #38 on: January 20, 2011, 12:04:37 »

Hoy,
For most of us, this 2006 version(witch we were very proud of)became now a just a collectors item.
Since the first release of the game, i have them all.
2008 version was a very good game to, and alot more things were possible,like online mode.
Extreme version is again better,however it needs updates for some nice actions.
This is as we call, "Evolution",it happens with everything people make.
My 2006 version is now in my collection, and no longer on my computer.This will happen with the 2008 version to,in time offcource.
Marc
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