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About Flanders Fields In 1914, the world was tossed into turmoil when Archduke Ferdinand of Austria was assassinated by a Serbian radical, bringing Europe, and the world, into a 4 year, 8.5 Million Lives Lost struggle, which we call The First World War. In every war, there are a few battles which stand above the rest, for whatever reason. In Flanders Fields looks at battles throughout the war on the Western Front. From the mining town of Loos in 1915, to the bloodbath of Passchendaele, In Flanders Fields aims to capture the reality of war in the trenches, while giving a good, solid and atmospheric gaming experience to hardcore wargamers and casual players alike. About The Name Of The Mod No, you won't see Homer with an Enfield in his hand. In Flanders, Belgium, in 1915, there was a Canadian medical officer by the name of John McCrae who etched a short poem in his handbook. In December of 1915, that poem was published, and became world renown. For more information on John McCrae in...
We've gotta stop releasing media in tidal waves, but as usual it just builds up and before you know it it's out of control. :P Anyway, here's a showcase of what the team has been working on.First up, the skinned Mills Bomb by Trigger. Approximately 70 million of these babies were used by the Allies
Posted by NuclearFriend on Aug 29th, 2004
We've gotta stop releasing media in tidal waves, but as usual it just builds up and before you know it it's out of control. :P
Anyway, here's a showcase of what the team has been working on.
First up, the skinned Mills Bomb by Trigger. Approximately 70 million of these babies were used by the Allies during the course of the war.
Also Mortars skinned Mauser G98. Usually considered slightly inferior to it's Commonwealth counter-part - the SMLE MKIII - it was still a very dependable gun.
We then have two vehicle map models, the British MKIV for HL and the German A7V for HL2. Whether or not the A7V will be drivable is still being debated but it's still a while down the track. ;)
And here's a few skinned map models by Mortar that have been slapped together to make a second dugout scene.
In other news, our beta testers are gearing up for internal beta testing which is to commence soon. Also, in an effort to let people let us know what they think without signing up to the forums, the News and Announcements forum is now enabled to accept guest posts. So tell us what you love (or hate, but constructively only please.) If this is abused then we will not hesitate to disable it and you'll have ruined it for everyone! Don't forget we have a channel on GameSurge (#somme) too! If you don't know how to use IRC and want to get to know the team a little (Fallen is very flexible ;D) then just head here. Cya at the front!