Brickfield is a total conversion for Battlefield 2, where all players,vehicles and other objects are made out of plastic bricks. Dive into a world of plastic features, that will bring back the pure arcade game play to your screen. Explore real world terrains as well as indoor environments while you take part of fierce battles in a bathroom or garden. Get in touch with several unique weapons and vehicles that will allow you to bring the utmost of madness to your enemies and friends. Brickfield is designed to bring back the fun of old school arcade game play, mixed with a variety of settings and game modes to deliver instant fun the moment you join a battle.

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Wulfburk12 Sep 2 2008 says:

Hi,can you guys help me? i want to mod 1942 or BF2 and i dont have no idea,i already created the mod folder,but thats it,the mod i want to do is like yours,inside houses and everything,can you guys help me,or at least tutorials of skinning and everything, the mod i want to do is about Army Men by the way,thanks

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[BRF]Chaser Sep 10 2008 replied:

Hi Wulfburk12,
have a look at this site

Its only avaible in google cache, but it should help you.

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