This is a custom singleplayer mission for Blitzkrieg 2 which my brother created a few months ago. He asked me to upload it here so you can give it a try. October 1942. Operation Supercharge. As a British commander in Montgomery's 8th Army, your mission is to defeat German an Italian forces in order to secure the victory at the decissive battle of El-Alamein and regain iniciative in the North African campaign. Instalation: See README file.
October 1942. Operation Supercharge. As a British commander in Montgomery's 8th Army, your mission is to defeat German an Italian forces in order to secure the victory at the decissive battle of El-Alamein and regain iniciative in the North African campaign.
This is a mission in which your perseverance will be tested. Patience!
Instalation: See README file.
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Custom singleplayer mission for Blitzkrieg 2 - Operation Supercharge
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I just figured out why I suspect the editor has problems. I am running Win7 and Blitzkrieg 2 runs great but the editor always freezes. My guess is they updated the game itself to Win7 but the editor will only work on XP and maybe some earlier Win versions.
I figured out my minor problem late in game with Battle for Prokhorovka.
WHEN YOU SAVE A BLITZKREIG 2 GAME USE THE KEYBOARD (HIT ENTER) instead of clicking the save button with the mouse. Here's why: If you click the mouse, your hand is on it, and you may move the mouse while the game is being saved. In a big game that can mess up the save and confuse the OS.
Instead, keep your hand off the mouse and hit the Enter key, to save the game. Now Battle for Prokhorovka is perfect and hyperexcellent!
I'm a big fan of Op Supercharge and also especially Battle for Prokhorovka.
I REALLY appreciate your provision of .rar files instead of .pak---and the really clear instructions in the text file, for installation.
I'd like to pay yourself or your brother to possibly modify Battle for Prokhorovka into another version under a separate name. I'd pay cash in advance (mailed check or however you wish---and I will accept your work product as is, with no obligation on your part to follow up with any support, even if it does not work on my PC). I'd like you to create a smaller version of Bat.4 Prok, since my PC freezes late in mission, after I have received all reinforcements and there have been many battles---and lots of artillery are firing constantly---it all seems to be too much for my particular Win7 PC. NO PROBLEMS FOUND WITH Op Supercharge, just the late stages of Bat.4 Prok---and it is not your fault; it is my system. For more info on this informal business opportunity, email firstname.lastname@example.org with this word in the subject: Blitzkrieg.
If possible I'd like to avoid all resuppy requirements, too, but that is another issue. My objection to Blitzkrieg II supply is this: The fact that a truck has to reach virtual emptiness and then go on its own to refill, instead of there being a "Refill Supplies" command option for a truck (also for engineers). Such a command option would enable more organized and efficient supply, with less clutter and confusion.
I have thoroughly enjoyed your custom missions, especially Battle for Prokhorovka, and thank you so much for providing them.
I'm retired so I have lots of time for stuff like this, but not much ambition to learn the Blitzkrieg Map Editor. Thanks in advance for any comments or work offers and especially for what you have already so graciously provided.