Posted: Sat Dec 17, 2011 5:53 pm Post subject: New LSA Mod "Wach Am Rehin" ready, now testing.
WaR for LSA, with all the features of LSA and the improvements of small soldiers, upgraded sounds, upgraded datas, etc...
Probably not so historically precise as other WaR mods you can find for CC5 (I've imported only few vehicles from bulge, and most of all american vehicles... other nationality vehicles are quite the same of LSA), but very very fun with the LSA features.
Battle groups are of the same size and similar composition of the original WaR, with some realistic adjustment.
I'm just playing it for testing, we are at day 3; as soon as I'll know it's ok, i'll put it to the site, think maybe in one or two weeks (It's all connected to how much work will I have to do in the real life; I'm an artisan, if no one calls me, I can use my time for CC; hope I'll be without work and money).
Until now it works perfectly, no bugs.
See you soon.
Posted: Mon Dec 19, 2011 6:51 pm Post subject: Re: New LSA Mod "Wach Am Rehin" ready, now testing
Still testing, now at day 5; I fixed 6 data-bugs, so it's good I'm testing it before releasing.
One for example is the vehicle sturdiness, that is different from CCWaR to CCLSA, so exporting vehicles from War to LSA makes shermans easy to penetrate (same armour), but very difficoult to destroy (it would never explode, just be damaged). Bugs like this are found only playing a full champaign, so be patient some more days...
I can say you that is really funny, germans play often with less than 3 platoons while americans quite always with 3 platoons; note that I've kept the dimension of the divisions as in original game, but now with the LSA features (number of unit deployed depends from the total force pool number) it's evident how depleted where germans divisions in late 1944... still germans can push forward with their tanks, but the game is very different from the original WaR, more realistic and funny.
Posted: Tue Dec 20, 2011 7:39 am Post subject: Re: New LSA Mod "Wach Am Rehin" ready, now testing
1: no bridges... sorry, I've made the mod quite quickly.
To blow a bridge means to do a lot of work on the map. You are welcome if you will help to do it when the mod will be ready!
Sorry but my time for CC is very limited... there are a lot of things that could be improved in this mod.
Anyway today i'll spend some time in studying bridges (if I find time somewhere) but I don't assure you anything.
2: the mod is suited for H2H... still you can play solo adjusting the difficulty, that changes the amount of support and troops for both sides.
3: no static BO units, since there weren't; allies had more mobility than germans even if defending, more fuel, more trucks; so no statics. I've created 5 new units for allies (british) ad 5 for germans (small armoured brigades for infantry divisions like 3FJ, 5FJ, 62VG, 26VG).
Posted: Tue Jan 24, 2012 7:35 am Post subject: Re: New LSA Mod "Wach Am Rehin" ready, now testing
The mod is pretty ready, i could put it on the net this week.
Many errors corrected in thosa days!
Main bug I cannot correct:
Sometime, at the beginning of a new day, the game crash and it's impossible to continue with a campaign.
The ONLY solution is to make a savegame for every turn, I mean each time you move you BGs on the strategic screen. Never overwrite them.
I only need to create the operations and battles and the work is done.
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