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SF2 WW2 MTO Ju-87 Stuka Pak
-- Something for the WW2 MTO players --
= For SF2, Full-5 Merged (Reccomended/Preferred) =
*There is a distinct possibility this mod may work in SF/Wo* 1stGen game installs. However, due to some of the modifications made to fit them into the SF2 environment, all the features will NOT be working as designed. Those that choose to attempt this, do so at their own risk, as NO support will be available.*
This is a FULL aircraft package to create MTO versions of the Ju-87B and Ju-87R as re-released by Baffmeister & myself. Plus, the Italian version is included with the Ju-87B; you just choose "Reggia Aeronatica" on the nations selection drop down, and you'll have the correct skin!
*** REMEMBER -- this set is designed for MTO use ONLY!! Also, it's reccomended you remove/delte/move any other MTO-style Stukas from you MTO-centric mods folder. This package is built to COMPLETLY replace any eariler versions. ***
In this pak you'll find bits for...
2/StG1 (overall 'sand')
StG1 (standard Euro splinter *note-may NOT be historically accurate!*)
StG2 (sand/dark green splinter)
236 Squadriglia, 96 Gruppo (Reggia Aeronatica) *
*replaces the 'nationalized' Ju-87B_RA from 1stGen*
4/StG2 (darkgreen/dark sand splinter)
Also, MTO specific data ini and userlist (when needed). Most skins are new, as are several decal sets. Some decals are still the originals, from 'way back when. All skins are in jpg format, and decal randomization is TRUE.
As an Extra Added Bonus, for those wanting it, the Famous Snake Marking is included as a sperately named Body.jpg in the STG2 skin. A simple rename of the Body and snake-body will keep the original, and allow usage of the Snake one.
Weapons, guns, drop tanks, pilot figures and sounds etc are included! So are Hangar and Loading screens (where applicable).
As always, fairly easy to follow, yet detailed install instructions are included. So, please read them. Also, give the "Notes" section a read too.
Any original Release Readmes from the 1stGen versions I could find are included, for hysterical purposes, as is Baff's readme from the ETO Stuka pak.