A new war rages between Israel and Syria, while the USA and China continue to fight against the GLA, turning the local Mid-East crisis into A GLOBAL CRISIS. "A_Global_Crisis" brings Israel and Syria (from the Mideast Crisis total conversion mod made by Isotx, with their permission) into C&C Zero Hour, with all of the original C&C ZH factions, campaigns and Generals challenge missions, BUT with some great new changes like realistic artwork and new units + an additional United-Nations Boss General!

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cronus5254
cronus5254 Jan 18 2009, 5:07pm says:

is this already fixed?...i mean when it launches...

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Abra Author
Abra Jan 19 2009, 9:29am replied:

Yup. I fixed it! :)
It launches straight up and falls straight down – as it should be.

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cronus5254
cronus5254 Jan 20 2009, 12:16am replied:

yay!!!...finally!!

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kronos10
kronos10 Jan 24 2009, 3:38pm replied:

wait what do you mean?

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Abra Author
Abra Jan 27 2009, 9:37am says:

@ Kronos10,
The nuclear ICBM silo already exists in Zero-Hour, but it wasn't used.
It has a bug though:
If you enable it without any change – the missile would launch vertically but shows up horizontally (looks very odd).
If you try to fix it just by turning the model 90 degrees – the missiles would launch straight up as it should be, but falls down vertically while its model shows up horizontally (also looks pretty odd).
So Cronus5254 asked if I fixed this bug – and I said yes! :)

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Avenger5044
Avenger5044 Mar 10 2009, 7:38am says:

what does ICBM standsfor ???

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Abra Author
Abra Mar 11 2009, 4:07am replied:

Inter-Continental Ballistic Missile :)

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Avenger5044
Avenger5044 Mar 11 2009, 7:09am says:

OHH OK that's very stupid of me to ask that question...... :)

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Flotsam150
Flotsam150 May 14 2009, 12:46am says:

ICBM's pwn.
Gotta love them.

-Flot

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AIRFREAK
AIRFREAK Aug 22 2009, 2:45pm says:

PEEK-A-BOO

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SSFitzgerald
SSFitzgerald Aug 30 2009, 8:03pm says:

Nice mate,I never did unstand why America didn't have nuclear weapons in the orginal ZH

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Angelocredo007
Angelocredo007 Sep 28 2009, 2:53am says:

NOW THAT'S A VERY NICE INTER-CONTINENTAL BALLISTIC MISSILE

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S9786
S9786 Jan 3 2011, 12:46am says:

Is this MOAB or nuke?

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Dr.Thrax123
Dr.Thrax123 Mar 18 2011, 11:09am replied:

It's a Nuke/ICBM (Inter-Continental Ballistic Missile)
Why do you guys never read titles....

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Fapper
Fapper Jul 25 2013, 3:16am says:

How can you Edit the Degrees? What program I will Use?

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Abra Author
Abra Aug 8 2013, 5:59am replied:

I fixed it by using 2 different models for the missile:
1) One model for the launch (turned up by 90 degrees so the missile would launch straight up).
2) Second model (the original one) for the final hit - so it falls straight down as it should be.

In order to edit and turn the model angle I used Gmax (a 3D modeling application based on Autodesk's 3ds Max).
You can download it from here:
Turbosquid.com

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Muntaqim_313
Muntaqim_313 Aug 12 2013, 11:16pm replied:

Abra, I suggest you use 3ds Max 7 for 3d modeling. It's much more stable, and has many more features. And it's the most recent version of 3ds max that is compatible with the W3D plugin. But it has some glitches with windows 8 though.

Just my opinion. You don't have to accept it.

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