Prequel of the campaign as COOP version for 1-9 players. Many tasks to do in generating detailed battlefield covering whole Takistan map. Visit in many...
A custom campaign for ArmA2 Combined Operations. Official DLCs - BAF and PMC, are recommended for best experience, but not required.
A former scientist employed by the former Takistan Defense, appears to US outpost in quiet small village Sakhe near a mountain pass, requesting for immediate help. A small journal is about to turn the whole country into deadly chaos.
-Briefing/Overview/Gear choose for every mission
-Challenging missions with custom difficulty selection
-Much cutscenes and twists in evolving journey
-Basic infantry action with constant heavy independent friendly AI support (+CAS/Mortar Support)
-Many custom gameplay functions (Minefield creating system, Medic packs, Order AI teams between defense lines...)
-Player´s gear is transfered between missions (Use the weapon you find, through the campaign if you like)
-No High Command System (as default, but now as optional feature through custom Command Mode option)
-Massive use of custom-made Ambient Life (Animals, Civilians, Traffic, Crows, Flies)
-Much custom AI scripts (walking in random buildings, trench behaviour, covering, surrendering, creating minefields, tanks shooting buildings, using smokegrenades...)
-Long complex missions made with performance saving methods (Should works good with CPU like Q6600)
-Life multiplier available for high-end computer owners
-Custom voices/sounds (around 500+)
- Bardosy (Takistan Civilians, Takibans, Hungarian Combat)
- Domokun (Air Support, British Team Leader, Uncle, SF Leader)
- Nettrucker (Fikri, PMC Unit, Land Support, German Combat, Gas Worker)
- Poacher (British Combat)
- RejenOrst (Austin Paxton, U.S. Combat, Music) - www.rejenorst.com
- SavedByGrace (HQ, U.S. Soldier #1/#2, U.S. Combat, Outro Voices)
- Tslava (Czech Squad Leader, Czech Combat)
-Tested to work good too with ACE2 mod
-4th mission allows you to move AI defense lines via radio (proper guide not yet in the mission)
-You can save anytime via radio 0-0-1
-Medic-packs can also be used via radio
-There is more gear in HMMWV
-If you cant find the last enemy, there is usually a marker area on map showing his inaccurate location
-Local civilians may share you usefull extra information
-Good gameplay with friendly skills set to 1.0 in gamesettings, enemy 0.5 to 0.7 or more
-If played with ACE2 mod, change your weapon in 1st mission to fit in darkness.
-SavedByGrace for new campaign outro, background story and dialog and scene suggestions for intro
-Tslava for Czech Translations (avaiable in first seven missions)
-Nettrucker, Zipper5, Undeceived, SavedByGrace, Variable, Mad_Cheese, Dale0404, aLlamaWithARifle for testing
-BIS for the excelent game
-OFPEC, ArmaHolic for support
-Mandoble for Mando Missiles Script
-Mondasa & Kronzky (Surrendering script borrowed partly from USPMON)
-Celery for (position ThisTrigger) & [0,0,0], also help and advices
-Xenogf for str(_array) != "[0,0,0]", help and advices
-i0n0s for saveVar, help and advices
-Zipper5, Kju, RejenOrst, ZoneKiller, h- for help and advices
7. mission "Takiban Last Stand" from the campaign won MEC11 in OFPEC.com:
According to our panel, the road was tough at every turn. Most entries brought their own styles while others followed the safe patterns of mission designs from the past. Reports show that many of the entries showed potential as front runners but were unfortunately short-changed through portions of the mission design that induced bugs or faults into the overall development of the scenario. In the end, only three could secure a prize.
All entries will receive a review and subsequently be added to our archives as MEC contestants for all others to enjoy. The top three are listed below...
I'd like to take a moment to recognize the other participants. Simply because your mission missed the top three during the contest, does not in any way exclude you from the winners circle. It only means that the winners were more polished by the deadline.
Thank you all for your participation and awesome efforts! See you next time!