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Announcing you the North Africa Theater mod for Company Of Heroes. Company Of heroes: Afrika is a Total Conversation mod, that will bring North Africa to your game. Afrika mod will take you from the beaches and hedges of Normandy to the dreaded sands of North Africa. The mod not only brings in new environments, models and textures but also bug fixes, revamped weapons system to suit open desert warfare and a completely different, open desert tactics, where two world class generals clash together in an unforgiving battle over teritory and resources, who will win? You decide!

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SWEsof
SWEsof

WHOLY ****! nice worK! (:O!

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RogerRamjet
RogerRamjet

Excellent... the very rare, but deadly, Desert Tiger....

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aidas2 Author
aidas2

Tunisian Tiger ;)

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DUBONTIME™
DUBONTIME™

will DAK palm tree symbol be on the tanks ?

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aidas2 Author
aidas2

If it was on the real thing, it will be one the one ingame.

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DUBONTIME™
DUBONTIME™

ok

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GeneralG
GeneralG

Will it have a swastika on it? ;)

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Delta_6
Delta_6

sorry but. don't you think that kinda a stupid question? XD
(IDK if that was a joke)

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aidas2 Author
aidas2

Balkan Cross. Doubt they painted swastikas on them apart from the DAK insignia.

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~Doctor~
~Doctor~

This is one of the few shots where you can see North African Tiger stalking his prey - zebra Shermans :D

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keny542
keny542

(buried)

maybe its because there wasnt any tigers at the time when battle of afrika took place, Rommel used only light german and italian tanks because Hitler didnt want to send him reinforcements and the Tiger tank was made after the Battle of Afrika

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blargtroll
blargtroll

"In the North African theater, the Tiger first saw action in late 1942 near Robaa Tunisia. In the ensuing battle, a battery belonging to the 72nd Anti-tank Regiment of the British Army equipped with six-pounders knocked out three Tigers. As the campaign continued, Tiger tanks would continue to appear in limited numbers. Their heavy armor and armament let them dominate in the open terrain of North Africa, but they were never deployed there in great quantities."

Taken from Wikipedia. En.wikipedia.org

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kapulA
kapulA

Looking slick. The new PGrens look pretty cool as well, mind posting a close-up of those during the following days? :)

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swelund
swelund

You can click "HD wiew" so the picture gets bigger :)

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kapulA
kapulA

Heh, thanks, I'm fully aware of that :)
But even then, the PGs are in the background and I can't appreciate what seems to be an excellent skin properly :P

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aidas2 Author
aidas2

Will get a close up shot soon ;)

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macksexxy
macksexxy

will this game run like vCOH, with the ****** damage system?

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fokkeschreder
fokkeschreder

it seem to

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macksexxy
macksexxy

damnit

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WushB00kie
WushB00kie

For balance and gameplay's sake, range for all weapons has been increased. So a tiger doesn't need to go up to a sherman's *** to shoot it.
Though yeah, vCoH damage. Should only be too apparent with the big guns though. The british cruiser and infantry tanks are well balanced with the German armoured vehicles of that theatre imo, so they should have a fair fight anyways.

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owain1122
owain1122

awesome looking terrain too. Is it just me or is there no anti aliasing in these screenshots

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aaWee
aaWee

I actually thought it's a rock. But everything went better than expected.

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cordenand
cordenand

desert = open land scape + tiger = lots of shermans scrap steel for free

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Sgt_Shidner
Sgt_Shidner

Crickey! Lookie there folks...its the rare and dangerous Afrika Tiger....the most lethal predator in the desert...its 88mm cannon can shred a Sherman tank from upwards of 1,200 yards....its armor makes it nigh invulnerable in this foreboding environment..............

........i'm gonna poke it with a stick.

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blargtroll
blargtroll

Why did I hear Steve Erwin's voice when I read that?

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Tpiom
Tpiom

Oh, you really captured the Africa warfare in that screenshot. Really! It looks marvelous!

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WushB00kie
WushB00kie

This is the second time I had to change my pants while checking out this mod's updates. Oh crap here comes a third time.

HNNNNNGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHH

Damn.
Dat tropical tiger. Dose ruins. Dose pz grenadiers. Dat commander. :DD

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Aussie-tosser
Aussie-tosser

Hanz! Watch out for ze boulder!

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Powerlifter
Powerlifter

his 88mm gun looks very good)

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Boogie85
Boogie85

great, just great. It doesn't need more words than that.

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AnimalMother|PR|
AnimalMother|PR|

Everything about that screenshot is brilliant.

Love the lighting you've got there too

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aidas2 Author
aidas2

Thanks :D We're trying.

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keny542
keny542

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There wasnt any TIGERs in the battle of Afrika god dammit....

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blargtroll
blargtroll

Yes there was.

"In the North African theater, the Tiger first saw action in late 1942 near Robaa Tunisia. In the ensuing battle, a battery belonging to the 72nd Anti-tank Regiment of the British Army equipped with six-pounders knocked out three Tigers. As the campaign continued, Tiger tanks would continue to appear in limited numbers. Their heavy armor and armament let them dominate in the open terrain of North Africa, but they were never deployed there in great quantities."

Taken from Wikipedia. En.wikipedia.org

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aidas2 Author
aidas2

Here's one Efour4ever.com
and another one Worldwar2aces.com
and one more to be sure Culture24.org.uk

Do you think they outfited them with sand filters for the soviet winter and the european summers?

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crazychameleon
crazychameleon

where is your proof??

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crazychameleon
crazychameleon

love the picture, @kontakt about the evenness of british-german tanks, the british tanks weren't as good but the sheer ammount of british tanks to german tanks allowed the british to overwhelm the germans who were low on fuel and supplies

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crazychameleon
crazychameleon

due to the 6 pounders knocking out tigers the shermans mantained there inadequate firepower forcing the british to rush 17pounder production

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