The AI does not act the same way every time - actions are based on a die roll for each area of the map and depending on conditions the AI forces act accordingly. Each scenario has a set of parameters that you can change to make for a more challenging game so that you can mix it up a bit if you feel you need to. There is replayability though I do think that after a certain amount of games it may become a bit stale. From what I understand more scenarios may become available for the game though the designer - not positive on that. So far I am not bored and I have played each scenario several times. In fact - I own and play a lot of solo games. This is one of the most refreshing solo designs I have seen in a long time - mainly due to its simple rules set - nice production value - and excellent game play. I am looking forward to the next game in this series. Enjoy
I have never played a solitaire wargame. Does the opponent always do the same thing every time? What do you do after you beat the scenarios?