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Cold War General
It is currently compatible with fantastic East Front Soviet campaign. To make it that way, I started overwriting WWII units with corresponding Cold War units. I had to be quite consistent in what I was overwriting. In other words, overwriting a Pz I with a Leopard II would mean Leopard II's showing up all over the place a few years too early.
So the Soviet I-16 will now be a Soviet MiG-15. The Soviet IS-2 tank is now a Soviet T-80. A Tiger II is now a Challenger tank.
The Americans, British, French, Italians, Spanish and Germans will be played by the Germans. And so on.
But once I did that, I decided that I wanted to vary it a bit more than that, so in some cases, static ATs, for instance are now tanks. So if you play the Finland scenario now, there are Finnish T-72 tanks that come rushing out to greet you. And watch out for the Finn air force!
Air movement has been recalibrated along a 31 hex per turn scale. Initiatives are running as high as 15 so far (US Marines 1983). The Su-27 has a AA of about 30. The F-117 has an AD of around 27. (A lot of these will get rebalanced over time.)
Other units that are included are:
USA: M-60, M-1, M-109, US Rangers, M113, MIM Hawk, A-10, F-16, F-15, F-4
France: AMX-30B2, Mirage F.1, French Foreign Legion, GCT, F3, AMX-13
Germany: Leopard II, LARS, F-104, M109, various infantry
Britain: Nimrod, Ghurkas, Tornado, Chieftain, Challenger
Spain: Spanish Infantry, 1979
Italy: Leopard I
NATO: Jaguar, Naval Task Force
USSR: MiG-29, Su-27, T-72, T-64, T-55, T-54, IS-10, Spetsnaz, MiG-23, MiG-17, MiG-19, MiG-25, MiG-31, Su-24, Su-25, Tu-160, CV Kiev Battle Group
I have had to keep the stock icons and try to use some logic in representing what is what. So a BT-5/7 icon is now a T-34/85. The IS-2 icon is now a T-80. The King Tiger II is now an M-1 and so on.
To start off with, the only campaign that will be playable will be the Soviet one. The dates don't change, of course, so everything will still show 1939 to 1945, but we'll pretend that it's 1979 to 1985.
If this works and if there is any support for it, then I will be tempted to make the American and British campaigns also "Cold War".
NOTE: The money from your purchase goes to keeping this site up and making the other downloads available to you. If you don't already have the game (which you need to use this equipment file), you can get it from the Underdogs for FREE, here: Allied General @ the Underdogs NOTE: We also have great Cold War Games from HPS Simulations. See here.
|COLD WAR GENERAL|
|Cold War General for AG 1.0||40 kb||Narayan Sengupta||05/24/2005||$14.95||Here is the Cold War Equipment File for Allied General and Panzer General.
Allied General 1.7
Allied General 1.7 is an altered and improved Equipment File and Campaign File for Allied General and the equipment file should work for Panzer General too. [Note: This does not include either the Allied General or Panzer General game - both of which are free from www.theunderdogs.net.] I have also done some analysis which allowed me to upgrade the Soviet Campaign path a bit. Now you'll be able to play almost all 17 of the Soviet scenarios if you play that campaign. I didn't even know the Korsun scenario existed until I did this. That was a pleasant surprise!
I've also added a Panzequp_1944.eqp file. To use this one during game play, simply extract this any time you are about to start a 1944 or later scenario. If you have already started the scenario, that's okay. Simply exit Allied General (save if you wish), extract the panzequp_1944 .eqp file to C:\Program Files\Allied General\DATA (or the DATA folder of your game), rename it to panzequp.eqp after backing up your regular panzequp.eqp and then start Allied General again. Now you'll be able to purchase long range Yak-9B fighter/bombers, Yak-9DD escort fighters, Yak-9T-37 tank busters, Yak-9U fighters, TU-2S bombers, T-44 tanks, T-44/100 tanks, GMC trucks, motorized regular troops. The catch is that I overwrote early war units that are not used in 1944 or later scenarios. There are still a few slots that can be overwritten, so let me know if you have suggestions. The caveat is that if you happen to still have one of the early war units (e.g. T-28 tank or I-16 fighter), you get a free upgrade. Oh well... Things could be worse. To prevent things from being too lopsided, the cost of the new units is generally very high.
Another thing I have done is to identify bombers' level bombing strength. So the IL-4 is now an IL-4 30 to show the level bombing strength of 30.
The movement rates of combat aircraft have been scaled correctly so that the fastest Me-262 can now move about 30 hexes per turn.
|Allied General/Panzer General v.1.7
Note: This does not include either the Allied General or Panzer General game - both of which are free from www.theunderdogs.net.
|40 kb||Narayan Sengupta||04/11/2005||$11.95||Allied General v.1.7 includes a "New" Soviet campaign, a greatly tweaked equipment file, radical air movement that is much more realistic than that designed by SSI, campaign charts, etc.
NOTE: The money from your purchase goes to keeping this site up and making the other downloads available to you.
|SSI's AG FAQs and Unit Tables||1.4 MB||SSI||06/18/02||Kindly provided by Ivan Rajevic|
|PG/AG Strategy Guide||5 kb||Narayan Sengupta||02/01/02||A running document of strategy hints|
|AG v.1.1 Patch||575 kb||SSI||Patches scrolling problems, etc.|
|ALLIED GENERAL SCENARIOS and CAMPAIGNS|
|47 Scenarios||470 kb||Jordi Guillen||11/18/02||47 great scenarios from Jordi Guillen Castillo|
|Spanish General||1.8 mb||Jordi Guillen||11/18/02||Campaign from Jordi Guillen Castillo. Jordi writes "This set contains 27 scenarios (20 historical and 7 hipothetical) to play with Allied General that review the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939). These scenarios can be played alone or in campaign mode. In this military challenge, you can enlist in the rebel national army ("nacionales/nationalists") to create the new fascist Spain, or support the Republican Goverment Army ("rojos/reds") to defend the people's referendum will. The side you choose always will play like allies, except in human vs. human games." This zip file includes everything (equipment, scenarios, no maps needed, etc.) but the game.|
|Russian Thunderstorm||1.0 mb||Jordi Guillen||11/18/02||Campaign from Jordi Guillen Castillo. Jordi writes "To install the game please read Install.doc. This set contains 27 scenarios to play with Allied General that sets an hipotetical Soviet attack on German lines during the summer of 1941 just a few days before Germans did. In the game you take the role of a Soviet General. You will command Red Army troops and Soviet Union Allied Armies (partisans, Bulgaria, Yugoslavia, and some surprising allies...) through 27 scns by all Europe. The game is structured in two campaings." This zip file includes everything (equipment, scenarios, no maps needed, etc.) but the game.|
|MISCELLANEOUS||5 Star Game Comparison||Narayan Sengupta||What are the features of PG, AG, PGII, PeG, PGIII?|
|Spanish General||Link||Jordi Castillo||11/18/02||Spanish General for Allied General|
|The Wargamer||Link||Mario Kroll||Support for many great games from SSI and others!|
|HERR GENERAL||Link||Dirk Cremer||Scenarios, etc. for PG, AG, PAG, PG2, PEG, PG3, PG3SE|
|PanzerGeneral2.com||Link||Eric Peterson||Free Downloads of PacGen, PG, AG and PG2 Games|
|Tortoise Page (PG/AG)||Link||Santiago Vidal||04/02/02||Excellent Allied General site.|
Please contact me, Narayan Sengupta, if you have anything else you wish to add to this list.