Vietnam Glory Obscured is a total conversion for Command and Conquer Generals: Zero Hour that simulates jungle warfare during the Vietnam War with unique gameplay elements such as village occupation and reputation, jungle combat and modular construction.
Almost 7 years in the making and the end is here. VGO v2.0 - The Hydra Release completes the NVA faction as well as adds many more features! Download NOW!
Posted by ScreamingCricket on Jun 4th, 2011
Vietnam Glory Obscured v2.0 - The Hydra Release
Almost 7 years in the making and the end is near here. VGO v2.0 - The Hydra Release completes the NVA faction as well as adds many more features. Included with the Hydra Release are:
Download Hydra v2.0
Some things to keep in mind BEFORE installing the mod:
Remove any PREVIOUS version of VGO before installing Hydra
Zero Hour has the LATEST patch installed
Remove ALL mods that don't use Mod Launchers
Do not run more than one instance of the Mod Launcher at a time
Generally a fresh install of Zero Hour will fix most problems
To play online with your friends, we recommend Hamachi, a free program that lets you set up a virtual LAN over the internet. Download the Unmanaged Mode version of Hamachi.
The latest version of Microsoft .NET Framework 4 is required for the mod launcher.
We have made a series of Video Tutorials to show new players what they can expect with the new game play in VGO. Check them all out here.
Trouble getting the mod to work or having problems running ZH on Win7 or Vista?
No problem, check out our COMMON ISSUES thread to find a solution!
More stuff to do while you wait for the download to finish! Nuka5's Developer blog of his journey to Vietnam where he almost died! And in case you missed it last week, VGO's Memorial Day wallpaper titled "Homecoming." Also feel free to swing by IRC or our Forums!
Late in 2009, one of the developers for the project, Will "Nuka5" Taylor, visited Vietnam. He traveled the country taking pictures and video of his adventures, a journey he wont soon forget. Will wrote updates on our internal forums while he was in Vietnam, letting us know what he was doing and what he saw. Now we thought it would be a good time to share his experience as work on the project comes to a close. This is his story...