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Phillipines Islands 1944, WW2 PTO Terrain for SF2 2.0

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Phillipines Islands 1944, WW2 PTO Terrain for SF2


- For SF2, Any & All (Full-5 Merged Reccomended)


= For Adventures in the Western Pacific =


*Note: this pack includes the PI 44 update pak released sometime back. It is designed for the timeframe of the US Invasion of Leyte in late 1944. It uses SF2NA statements for carrier-based operations. Hence, your PTO mods folder =SHOULD= (read: MUST) be built from the SF2NA exe. It is designed to REPLACE, in total, any eariler versions.*


**Note2: IMPORTANT! Make sure you have the WW2 ground objects!!**


This map repsents the situation in the Phillipines from approximately October thru December 1944, just after the US Invasion of Leyte. To that end, the eastern regions of Leyte, and southern Samar are conisdered (somewhat) 'secured' and in Allied hands. The rest of the country is still "Occupied Territory".


The LimitedNations statement is set to TRUE, allowing only for the regional powers that took part. The terrain also makes use of the 'AllowedDates" statement, preventing use BEFORE October 1944 (but dosen't seem to be working quite right post 7/13 patch)


LOTS of new tiles and their associated TODs have been created, and match the Green Hell 3 styling. There is also, as expected, a few Easter Eggs.


Also included are several (ok, LOTS) GroundObjects, some you may have already, but a few are new. Some are updates of ships, tanks, truck and etc seen in my other terrain mods. These are designed to REPLACE any pre-existing ones I've done. Be advised, you'll still need many of the other WW2 PTO objects I've included in other terrain mod paks. Make sure you have them!!!


REMEMBER: you will need the latest WW2 weapons and Guns pack! Some are supplied, but just to be safe...


**Geophysical Disclaimer: some rivers and other water features may not follow their Real Life ™ courses, or be placed in their Real Life ™ locations, or exist at all. Several cities and other physical features may also fall into that classification. Some cities exist as 'named places' only. Some airfields may not be in their historical locaitons due to Height Field and other tiling restrictions.**


As always, unzip this to a temp folder or your desktop, and you'll have access to the rest of the readme for it's instructions. It's reccomended you READ this document through after unzipping, but BEFORE installing.


Again, as always, the Notes and Other Nonesense section may make for entertaining reading.


Please also read the New Standard Usage Discalimer, as it's been changed slightly to reflect a change in my policy. It's listed at the bottom, in the Legal Statement Section, with the URL back to the CA post.


Good Hunting!


Kevin Stein

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It's a pretty decent WW2 map, I guess.


But as a Filipino myself (and trust me, I'm normally anything but proud of that fact considering... well... yeah), just couldn't help but cringe at its name. Seriously.


I get that some people are having a hard time spelling it and all but, it's Philippines. Not Phillipines. Thankfully a simple ini edit fixes that issue but, I digress.


Either way, a decent/good WW2 map, 3.5/5, will fly Hellcats over it again.

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