this is a sequel to the Gizmotron user-mod for Axis and Allies. featuring new types of weather & terrain. new, larger territory maps in skirmish mode. new experience ranks and bonuses (regiments improve up to 2000 exp points). 100+ special ops, new water-based units like cruisers and submarines (with torpedo attacks). nations included are Australia, Belgium, Bulgaria, Brazil, Canada, Communist China, Croatia, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, India (Allied), Indian National Army (Axis), Iran, Iraq, Italy, Japan, Mongolia, Nationalist China, Netherlands, New Zealand, Philippines, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovak Republic (Axis), South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, Turkey, the United States, Yugsolavia, and the Yugoslav Partisans

more nations and territories available for WW2 mode, see images for details.

new descriptions for rate of fire (recharge time in seconds), travel speed (numbers are used instead of generic descriptions) allow players to more accurately compare in-game performance of units. machine-guns and sub-machine-guns now affect multiple targets based on historical rate of fire (but have lower damage output compared to rifles). attack values for anti-tank weapons and tank cannons are based on historical penetration data at 500 yards.

artillery attack values based on historic shell weights (with an attack bonus against infantry based on shell diameter in millimeters). artillery attack range based on historical maximum range.

new interceptor airfields allow players to use fighters to attack enemy bombers before they can strike friendly buildings. major nations will have multiple types of aircraft and airfields to choose from. certain nations now have the option of recruiting supply drops from airfields instead of using experience points. additionally some nations will have access to unique airborne weapons like atomic bombs, chemical weapons, and napalm from airfields deployed from Aviation HQ Divisions)

most nations will have artillery bunkers which can be packed up, moved, and unpacked at least once. (more than once causes the game to crash. still don't know why). a much more aggressive AI is featured.

the World War 2 map now features 16 different sides (9 Allied, 6 Axis, 1 Neutral).

new stand-alone arrangements of historical music has been added. new songs included for China, Poland, Italy, Belgium, Greece, Norway, and Sweden. these can be played through the map editor by the use of triggers. (haven't figured out how to get the new faction music to loop back on itself. so the new nations use the original theme music for now)

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incomplete test patch. playable nations include Australia, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Communist China, Croatia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Norway, Philippines, Poland, Russia, Spain, Sweden, United States, Yugoslavia.

heavily modified WW2 mode includes 16 factions instead of 5. there are fifteen national factions:
Australia
Canada
China
Finland
France
Germany
Great Britain
Hungary
Italy
Japan
Netherlands
Poland
Romania
Soviet Union
United States

also included is one generic nation featuring six different types of defensive armies: (Greece, Philippines, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Yugoslavia). many glitches and bugs have been fixed since the previous test patch.

work is still in progress. MG infantry units can now engage aircraft and ground targets all mortars and artillery units revised. artillery range is the historical max range divided by 100. the attack value is determined by the shell weight. historical rates of fire used whenever known revised tank stats. bayonets are only used against infantry 100+ Special Ops many other changes

Beta Patch 2.0 upload delay

Beta Patch 2.0 upload delay

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Although the mod is still not complete, I wanted to put out the current version for testing. a lot of things have transpired in the last year that has...

Eras of War

Eras of War

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thoughts on implementing time-periods on Axis & Allies

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Gizmotron Creator
Gizmotron

unfortunately the computer that I use for uploading files on the internet appears to have died. I might be able to get it back up and running... or perhaps not. but not to worry: everything I've done thus far is still saved on a portable drive, and all my work thus far is still in good condition. borrowing a friend's computer to post this bit of news. (I always try to save back-up copies as I develop projects). I've known for awhile I might have to get a new computer... and now is apparently that time!

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Metaltooth
Metaltooth

Gizmo, more modders need to have your kind of foresight
back up on external memory drives

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88nosebleed
88nosebleed

Backup, backup, backup. I learned the hard way years ago when my hard drive crashed and I did not have backup. Now I backup everyday you never know when you will get the blue screen of death. That is good news that you have backup…………………….you would of made a lot of people cry if you didn’t.

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Droidekas
Droidekas

Wow! You even got Iraq and Iran in this mod, I think there are 38 factions now judging from the description text.

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AdaptiveSystem13
AdaptiveSystem13

I'm really looking forward to this mod!
WWII mode is especially exciting, but it crashes very often. I've been following your progress for at least a year, and I seem to recall that you said the crashes result from there being no files for army setups in RTS mode. If that is the case, do you know of any software I can use to make them myself? Thanks in advance.

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Gizmotron Creator
Gizmotron

well, you can do it by opening up the TGI files with a text editor. but it's very time consuming. you would need to study all of the map files before you could make any serious changes.

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Gizmotron Creator
Gizmotron

been putting in a lot of hours at work, so I haven't been able to mod as much as I would like. but still making progress. might be awhile until I post another update.

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andoodle
andoodle

If I may, I would like to ask three questions.

Here is my first question: Is the Soviet Union the one that has Mongolia as a child-nation?

Here comes my second question: Are the United States the nation that has Brazil as a child-nation?

Here is my final question: Is Great Britain the one that has South Africa as a child-nation?

I wish to know the answers to my questions. Thanks.

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Gizmotron Creator
Gizmotron

Mongolia is based on the Soviet faction. it uses a small portion of the units that were originally assigned to the Soviet faction. in the WW2 map it will be a neutral nation that will defend itself against all other nations.

Brazil is based on the United States faction, but has far fewer unit and regiment options. in the WW2 map it will be a neutral nation that will defend itself.

South Africa will only have defensive armies that British players can use. the same is true for India. these forces will. be available for British players.

Australia and Canada exist separately from Great Britain in the WW2 map. New Zealand will be available to Australian players in the WW2 map as a defensive army.

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