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  1. The Scottish Corridor is all in all a great campaign. But I got stuck in one of the last missions: When I had to fight a defensive battle over the same map twice, despite winning the previous. That might be realistic and everything, but I felt like Sisyphus. But I still recommend it. Devils´ Descent is one of my favorites, especially because it is story driven and is focusing one a relatively small unit. The Road to Nijmegen is also very, very good.
  2. Updated version. Got stuck in the original second battle several times since its release. So a few months back I downloaded the updated version, started all over - and got stuck halfway up Hill 1209 again. Gave it another try a few days back - and had a blast. Now I'm looking forward to my parade
  3. Horraaaay! At long last - after nine years of struggling - I finally managed to complete the second mission in the Troina Campaign: The infamous "Hill 1209". Bow before me, ye mortals!
  4. I think you´re wrong, Phil (or perhaps we are not talking about the same thing?) In my experience you can not assign different mod types to different versions of the same vehicle. To simplify, let us say that I have made a red, a green and a blue Panzer III. Now I could give all the red bmp´s the number 1, the greens number 2 and the blues number 3. Like this for the red: pz-iiim-hull1.bmp pz-iiim-skirts1.bmp pz-iiim-turret1.bmp And this for the green: pz-iiim-hull2.bmp - and so on. But the game loads all the files randomly, so you will end up with one tank with a green turret, a red hull and blue skirts, while another might have blue turret and skirts, but a red hull. And so on. I have never been able to find a method that would ensure that one tank is only green, only red or only blue.
  5. Thanks I am pretty sure that it is not. At least, I have tried several times and never been able to make it work.
  6. Of course. That´s where all the cool kids hang out.
  7. Sorry, no. I really dont know how historically accurate these camo schemes might be - or not be. I found them somewhere on the web a long time ago - and if I remember correctly the site said they were actual german camo schemes. But I havent checked them further, I'm afraid.
  8. Panzer IIIG and IIIM mods I think the vanilla Panzer III´s look very nice - well in fact a bit too nice. So I gave them a bit of dust and camo. There are three different camo schemes to chose from: Place the folder with your favorite in your mods folder - and leave the other two. Here´s a Dropbox link for the mods. I´ll remove the folder from Dropbox, when the mods have been released on Cmmods IV. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/lgib7517a63vebm/AAD8FnLJwD1bD904oQt6BPv_a?dl=1
  9. Oooooh, they let the 1939 cat out of the bag there! There´s a screenshot from a game called "Combat Mission: First Blitzkrieg"
  10. Sorry, my bad - I get it now: The Third Reich lost the war, because the government infringed on german citizens´ constitutional right to keep tanks in their basements!
  11. Reminds of of Jimmi Carr: "I thought my girlfriend was a slag, when she said I was her thirty second lover. Then I realised she was talking about time".
  12. I'm sure you're right: Just after the T-34 clip someone says: "You're being transferred to the Netherlands".
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