Ham and Jam is a teamplay orientated, first person WW2 multiplayer game centred around the British and Commonwealth campaigns from 1939-45. Historically accurate missions coupled with careful balance between realistic and enjoyable gameplay makes Ham and Jam a unique experience. Ham and Jam started out as an idea between it's two main developers as an alternative to the tired old "U.S./Russia vs. Germany, post June 6th 1944" formulae WW2 games seem to use. Fed-up with everything prior to D-Day being ignored, the North West Europe theatre and the lack of British, Commonwealth and Free Forces they decided to do something about it. The goal was clear, to make a WW2 mod that featured all the missing bits of WW2 history, portray it in a historically accurate way but without detracting from the fun or playability by overdoing realism. In short the kind of game they and their friends would like to play. The name comes from the original code words for the capture of the Pegasus/Orne bridges

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UKcharlie
UKcharlie

Looks good guys. Keep up the work!

Been looking forward to this for over a year

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xanderkrews
xanderkrews

some debris from the wall could be added along with some burned spots or chunks of dirt or road uprooted, and make the edge of the road less straight, also i doubt a village like that would have legit concrete, so might also want to change them to some sort of cobble stone arrangement but i could be wrong about the availability back then, and in any case i think it would be better if one road kind of curved into another instead of being so perpendicular, however everything else is really nice. the power lines to me seem a little a head of their time but who knows...

also another good effect would be for a crater in the road showing how the layer of road was "effectively" removed and some good modeling for the exposed dirt, with a fat collection of water, and of course with appropriate debris surrounding that

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xanderkrews
xanderkrews

and if you put a fat chunk of road protruding in that puddle, it would give such a nice atmosphere, also dirt being spread over a wide area of the road.

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Some shots from a recent test for the "Full Steam Ahead" news post in May 2009.

All content subject to change, German player model on loan from DoD:S whilst our own is finalised.

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