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Alsace: Defeating Operation Nordwind campaign is constructed in two parts. Each part consists of 6 levels, for a total of 12 levels.Part I, Starts in the autumn of 1944, with the Allies Gamefront restore project, moddb purchased gamefront and is attempting to restore the old "files networks like moh files or cod files.
counterstrikes beginning in the foothills of the Vosges Mountains, south of Strasbourg. From there, you and your squad will push Northward into Strasbourg itself, liberating the city, and greatly weakening the German position in lower Alsace. As winter approaches, you find yourself reassigned to policing duty in an Allied-held defensive position outside of Bitche, France. This is supposed to be a recuperation period for you to recover from the previous months intense fighting. Supposed to be. Things are not what they seem. You must hold your position and await extraction as the area becomes a hot zone, and you wonder how Allied intelligence could have been so wrong. Winter is fully upon you now as you approach Wingen-sur-Moder, a Nazi occupied area that is key to the Allied strategy. You must take the town and secure safe passage for Allied troops as they push ever Northeastward throug Alsace-Lorraine. Time is short. You have orders to secure Wingen in a day...can you do it? Here ends Part I of Alsace: DON.Part II continues as winter turns to spring of 1945, as news of German installations scattered throughout the region is discovered. You will be tasked with rescuing hostages, destroying Axis communications, setting up an ambush, infiltrating German positions, destroying Axis Panzer divisions, taking out key enemy officers, securing areas for supply drops, among many other objectives.Enjoy... ;)