About This File
SF2 WW2 Spitfire Mk.VIII, RAF, CBI by Mod Mafia/TMF 12/15/2013
= For SF2, Full-4/5 Merged (Reccomended/Preferred) =
- For WW2 CBI Usage =ONLY!= -
*Note: There is a distinct possibility that this mod MAY work in SF/Wo* 1stGen game installs.
However, some data ini statements will not be in effect in 1stGen SF/Wo* at any patch level (with the possible exception of WoI plus it's ExpansionPak -this has not been tested, as I ONLY mod for SF2). It is designed for use in SF2, at the most current patch level. Your milage will vary!*
*Note2: it's RECCOMENDED you have whichever SF2 Expansion pak that gave us the Spit 9s. This mod references that destroyed model for it's own use*
This is a reskin/redecalling of the TMF Mk.VIII Spit for use by the Royal Air Force in the China/Burma/India (although, truthfully, only in India and Burma!). However, in the case of simplifying installation, this is the FULL aircraft. This makes is easier.
Skin/Decals set included is for:
No. 81 Squadron, RAF as delivered in 1943
The aircraft is finished in standard SEA Scheme (Dark Green/Dark Earth/Lt Grey unders).
The skin is in jpg format, and Decal Randomization is TRUE. It reuses the SF2 version of the 'box art' hangar screen as originally issued with the RAAF Spit 8.
All markings are decals (excepting National Markings, these are painted on); making it supremely easy to recreate other squadron users. Serial numbers are for Mk.VIIIs, but should be considered 'generic' in nature.
This is a (semi) "nationalized" version, for RAF Burma/India use =ONLY=. Meaning: for a CBI-centric mods folder. All weapons, sounds, pilot figure(s) (including the 'fake pilot') are included.
The Canopy opens with the Standard Animation Keystroke , Shift/0
Damage textures are DDS.
When 'in game', you'll see "Spitfire Mk.VIII (TMF) B/I" in the aircraft selection drop-down window. This will diferentiate it from any other Mk.VIIIs you may (or may not) have .
As always, fairly easy to follow, highly detailed install instructions are included. So, please -READ- them. Also, give the "Notes" section a read too for futher explinations, clarifactions, illuminations and so forth.
For Oli; you are sorely missed!