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4 comments by Fresh` on Sep 1st, 2011
Modern War "Reloading" mod V1.01
A month ago our modification turned 1 year. And in honor of this I did a small map for the game, as well as some fixes. Thanks to all, who liked this...
Update for game.
Fixed some errors and disbalanced units, costructions, abilities.
Final version in now ready for downloading. Have fun!
New demo released. If you have problems with worldbuilder well delete then INIZH.big or everything from your data\ini folder
Reuploaded Demo 0.8 to moddb. Contains new buildings, units and scalled infantry. Installation: extact all files from archive to your Zero Hour fodder.
whats wrong with this mod GLA Medium and Hard AI Dosen't Build GLA Supply Buggys and Palace And Black Market
For some reason I'm running pretty slow when playing the game.
Hi team Ive downloaded the mod and extracted the file !modernwar.big into my generals directory but have an issue with the in-game speed being ridiculously fast, with no way to turn it down (game speed adjustment in skirmish menu has been turn all the way down to 15 with no effect). Any tricks to solve this?
Using only the .big file and keeping the additional stuff away solves the problem with the high speed of the game. However, using quadcore CPU and HD 7850 doesn´t ensure a constant framerate of 30, the game slows down in action...
using only the .big file? thats all I have copied into the Generals folder and I am still having the high speed issue? I like having fast gameplay but this speed is a little excessive lol
This is a bug of Generals Engine
No. I have this only with some mods.
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