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Does anyone have a campaign they would like to see in the Gen 1 games?

 

 

 

Balkans

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Yes, is there a terrain? I just need a terrain and info on units, aircraft, and bases.

 

There is already a project to make a Balkans campaign, terrain, and aircraft. Has it stalled, and if it has, what of the work they completed can I use?

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I've always thought of a campaign for the cargo jobs. Something that would involve either air dropping supplies to units in trouble to actually landing and taking off under fire.

 

Another idea would be a campign for Hueys in the latest WOV update.

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There is no propper Balkan Terrain out!

There is only a very old Beta out, wich got a lot of Issues.

 

 

@ Lt. James Cater: Do you know Yankee Air Pirate Add on?

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If they ever got Battle of Britain campaign to work, with no ground combats, then I suggest a LeMay~esque SAC vs PVO campaign over Siberia (nice terrain), using the old planes, lots of silver and anti~flash white.

 

For a more "mainstream" campaign, you all should start thinking about southwest Pacific centered on the Celebes, in the late 1950s to early 1960s. The Reds play the same role as Japan in 1941-42. The idea is that Soviets provide ships and air power, the Chinese manpower, and US/UK try to stop them. Of course there is a big role for US and UK carriers and Veltro's Red Bears and Bisons and TK's Badgers and stuph, and maybe Yak-25s or -28s for long range (kinda) escort. A Pacific tactical campaign like this will demonstrate the lack of range capability of single seat Soviet jet fighters w/o refueling, opposite of WW2 where the Zero was as successful as it was because of its superior range over anything else.

 

There are hundreds of steep mountainous islands in this part of the Pacific that show up very well in TK's terrain engine, and I would guess one can populate a HUGE map without too much stress as its mostly jungle or sea. Its very fictional, but the goal here is to find the very *best* immersive terrain possible. SF1 does Southwest Pacific terrain extremely well.

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aH, old pics from when I first got into the SF...my first map, can easily be made larger to get Aussie and more.

 

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Old Enviro colours before I learned...way too bright or cartoonish now and I never got around to putting in shiny water.

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Yes, this goes back a while. After Pasko releaced F-106 I used it alot to test my maps. I saved this screen shot for hysterical preservation purposes: Su-15 and F-106 in a combat flight TheSim. Wow! :yikes:

 

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I'm playing around with a campaign for the ASW terrain. It will be nearly impossible to release it on Combat Ace though, because of the ini edits I've made.

 

As for your ideas, which I appreciate very much :clapping:, my favorite is the pacific 1950-60's campaign. The Balkans campaign requires a map, and would be mostly strike missions.

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I would like to play a Greek-Turkish conflict.

Aerial battles over the Aegean and deep strikes on the Greek and Turkish territory.

Also it would be interesting to see western VS western planes.

And of course both sides should be playable.I am asking too much don't I?

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