This Mod plays in the Pacific on the Island Peleliu. 1944 The US Army starts an invasion, after Days of bombing the Airfield with artillery.
Mod will contain different Missions for Peleliu Island, U.S. Marines and the IJA.
Hell in the Pacific - Second mission pack released.
Co42 Beach Scarlet v0.1 Co10 Jungle Warfare v0.1 Co24 Commando Raid v0.1 TvT1-50 Fight for Hill Bill TvT20 Devine Wind v0.1 TvT40 =BTC=_C&H_3_Battle_of_Tarawa by Giallustio 6 x SP missions by Iceman77 - The Landing - Part 1 - The Landing - Part 2 - The Landing - Part 3 - The Airfield - Seize the Airfield - Hellcat Landing
- parameters to deactivate the Suppression Module added - more player slots added to most missions - bug that could cause freeze at mission start fixed, hopefully [HIP] TvT40 Carrier Command 1942: - random carrier placement, limited fuel so tactics become more important [HIP] TvT64 Storming Kohima: - pilot view distance fixed; more trucks added [HIP] CO35 Red Beach: - ATT driver seat locked now, LCVPs added back [HIP]Co20 Terror Of Tarawa - Part 2 v1.1: - Minor update to AI spawning system - Carrier now invincible (prevents carrier being destroyed by one too many bad landings) - added HIPLogo.paa to compensate for six updater mod file name mismatch [HIP]Co20 Terror Of Tarawa - Part 1 v1.2: - Minor update to AI spawning system - added some anti-personnel minefields to some of the beaches - added HIPLogo.paa to compensate for six updater mod file name mismatch [HIP]Co20 Warriors Of The Sun - v1.1: - added HIPLogo.paa to compensate for six updater mod file name mismatch
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