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NATO Fighters Expansion Packs


NATO Fighters III
-------------------------

 

IMPORTANT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

 

You MUST follow these steps to properly install NATO Fighters.

 

I suggest creating a clean WOE install for NATO Fighters.

 

Refer to the readmes that are included with the files for more information.

 

If this is a new setup, install software in the following order:

  1. Wings Over Europe
  2. October 2008 Patch
  3. NF1
  4. NF2
  5. NF3
  6. NF4


BACKUP your existing NF installation before continuing -- now that you have been warned, any lost files or pilot data are completely your fault! Install the October 2008 patch for WOE, then install NF3.

 


Run the executable included in the archive you downloaded. ***When prompted, ensure that the installation path is pointing towards your NF installation. When the path is correct, continue the installation.***

 

That's it! Everything is installed automatically and no modding is required.

 

Description
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This is a group download of all files for NATO Fighters. For specific information on file inclusions, updates, contributors, and bug fixes please refer to the README.TXT file in each download.

 

Thanks for downloading NATO Fighters! This is a four part series of expansion packs for Wings Over Europe designed to incorporate many of the best mods for the Strike Fighters series produced over the past several years.


 

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eccmo    0

Installed it yesterday. Great thing, but i tried the F-102 of 32nd FIS and the weapons didnt work.

Installation according to the read-me. Fresh installed and patched WOE. 

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