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#2673967 - 02/16/09 08:09 PM ...and to buy this?  
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What do you get for $24.95? I have WOV already.

Do I get 100 missions? 10 and some new aircraft? Do I have to get physical cds or can I order to download?

Let's discuss buying options...

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Words, such as liberal and liberty, all trace their history to the Latin liber, which means "free".
Inline advert (2nd and 3rd post)

#2674010 - 02/16/09 08:51 PM Re: ...and to buy this? [Re: exhausted]  
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For $29.95, you get WOV and YAPv2 on CD. If you do not need WOV, it is $24.95. For that you get 2 gigs of modifications to WOV, the practice missions, the first 10 missions and the usual compliment of Bonus missions.

Each additional mission set will contain >10 missions and the necessary objects to play them. Each set will contain a different aircraft carrier also.

All mission briefings, target files and maps are located online in the Member's Section.

We will offer or send out a coupon to relatively current YAP1 customers which will allow them to buy the above options for ~$10 off. I say "~" because I need to figure out how much Paypal is taking in this transaction.

The product has ambitions of being a product for people interest in the period that do not yet have WOV or recently acquired it as a download while seeking something like YAP.

#2674012 - 02/16/09 08:53 PM Re: ...and to buy this? [Re: zerocinco]  
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Are the YAP1 missions lost or are they some of the "bonus" missions? Also, is there a download option? If I buy today, I want to have this downloaded today.


Words, such as liberal and liberty, all trace their history to the Latin liber, which means "free".
#2674030 - 02/16/09 09:16 PM Re: ...and to buy this? [Re: exhausted]  
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Originally Posted By: exhausted
Are the YAP1 missions lost or are they some of the "bonus" missions? Also, is there a download option? If I buy today, I want to have this downloaded today.


Exhausted,

There are no more YAP1 missions. Gone, poof. (of course I have them, "tease") but they are useless in YAP2. Bonus missions are those that have never been released true stories until now, mostly because we did not have the toys necessary to tell the story.

So if you buy today, you get for real CD's in your mailbox.

#2674033 - 02/16/09 09:19 PM Re: ...and to buy this? [Re: 8 L.E.I.N.]  
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well Sheesh! I had better buy these since I don't want to hurt the motor city's economy!

EDIT!

I have an old address in Paypal so I need to change that. Who should I send the correct address before the shipping?

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Words, such as liberal and liberty, all trace their history to the Latin liber, which means "free".
#2674042 - 02/16/09 09:30 PM Re: ...and to buy this? [Re: exhausted]  
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well Sheesh! I had better buy these since I don't want to hurt the motor city's economy!

EDIT!

I have an old address in Paypal so I need to change that. Who should I send the correct address before the shipping?


To: zerocinco@yankeeairpirate.net

#2674045 - 02/16/09 09:35 PM Re: ...and to buy this? [Re: 8 L.E.I.N.]  
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all yankeeairpirate.net addresses get rejected by domain. I'm using Gmail. I sent to zerocinco@earthlink.net

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Words, such as liberal and liberty, all trace their history to the Latin liber, which means "free".
#2674056 - 02/16/09 09:52 PM Re: ...and to buy this? [Re: exhausted]  
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all yankeeairpirate.net addresses get rejected by domain. I'm using Gmail. I sent to zerocinco@earthlink.net


damn, sappers. thanks.

#2674059 - 02/16/09 09:53 PM Re: ...and to buy this? [Re: 8 L.E.I.N.]  
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now what about member information?


Words, such as liberal and liberty, all trace their history to the Latin liber, which means "free".
#2674065 - 02/16/09 10:01 PM Re: ...and to buy this? [Re: exhausted]  
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now what about member information?


Once purchase is validated you'll get a Member ID and password via email so make sure its a current email address.

#2674070 - 02/16/09 10:13 PM Re: ...and to buy this? [Re: 8 L.E.I.N.]  
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A "bonus mission" is just like a "counter". The truth is, we like the 100-mission idea but we have a lot more stories than that. So we either throw away very good stories to keep the count correct or we just call them bonus missions. When we put a carrier into a set, we like to concentrate stories from it into the set. Some of those end up being bonus missions so the set isn't overwhelmingly Navy. We try to adhere to a pattern. We always include an A2A, a helicopter, a USMC, a refueler, a USAF, a night mission and a USN.

#2674101 - 02/16/09 10:48 PM Re: ...and to buy this? [Re: zerocinco]  
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05 - I'll setup the email mailboxes when I get in tonight.


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#2674131 - 02/16/09 11:31 PM Re: ...and to buy this? [Re: Deuces80th]  
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So, to understand you correctly, that the initial purchase for $24.95 only gets 10 missions, mods and a few bonus missions, correct? If so, what do each 10 additional missions cost, $24.95? Thanks

Matt


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#2674157 - 02/17/09 12:01 AM Re: ...and to buy this? [Re: strykerpsg]  
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all I want to know is when is CV(A)-43 coming to play?!! I just bought the CD - WOV and now i have to agonize until it shows up at the door!!!!!!!!

so we are going to get phazed release again like YAP1?


Thanks 0/5

#2674221 - 02/17/09 01:58 AM Re: ...and to buy this? [Re: colmack]  
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We have to put them out in sequence. At the end of YAP1, we were shipping 300 megabyte downloads because we kept providing the Huey and the Spad and the Midway. And, really, few people bought one set at the end. They usually bought them all. It's the only way we can have all the props in place.

People will ask about the coupon for old customers. Here it is:



Arrangements will be made very shortly.

#2674229 - 02/17/09 02:06 AM Re: ...and to buy this? [Re: zerocinco]  
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First off guys, Congrats!
Hey 8 - why don't I just print out John's discount coupon above and meet you somewhere tomorrow to pick up my copy of YAP2...I can pay you in cash so John won't find out...D'OH! Stupid public forums.


Regards, Steve

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#2674256 - 02/17/09 03:05 AM Re: ...and to buy this? [Re: swambast]  
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So, anything with regards to cost per module or am I misreading the concept. I have scoured the home page and nothing solid on there, other then WoV and YAP2 available as a set or just YAP2 seperately for $4.00 less. There is mention of completing 100 missions, but I am still unclear as to what I get for $24.95? Zero, anyone.......?

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#2674284 - 02/17/09 04:12 AM Re: ...and to buy this? [Re: strykerpsg]  
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From what's been said, it's not clear what the new packs will cost, and if they'll revisit any of the original missions, but it sounds like they'll be all new and different.

It looks like the original had ten add-on packs for over 100 missions, but those are no longer available. Perhaps they should get bundled up with Yap1, and sold as a discount bundle?


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#2674293 - 02/17/09 04:35 AM Re: ...and to buy this? [Re: MajorMagee]  
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There are 100 missions (plus bonus missions). They are divided into 10 sets. The first set comes with the initial purchase. Many of the original stories are redone. There are many new ones. YAP1 is gone.

#2674308 - 02/17/09 05:16 AM Re: ...and to buy this? [Re: zerocinco]  
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but no one is actually answering the question of the additional mission sets (9 more of 10 each, right?). are they each going to cost something or is the price of those included in the original purchase and just downloaded later when ready? thx!


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