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Plastic Mod: a WiC modification based on 3DO game Army Men. Our plastic soldiers will now fight in Cold War!
In this update i'd like to thanks the help of Massgate comunity and my cousin on this mod.
Well, the basic of this update resumes on 3 things:
First, i have done Tan and Green sides and we are now in phase of ALPHA private testing of this mod.
Seccond is the first version of this mod should be released on Thursday or Wednesday, all depends of our testers feedback.
And the third and last thing is the tea is growing, what starts with only me, now have support of Nukeman(videos), ladjs(ALPHA testing), Leviathan(ALPHA testing) and my cousin(doing some models and tester).
Well, i hope all of you liked our progress and be tunned for updates,
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