Author: RCMW
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Requirements: Arma 2, Arma 2: British Armed Forces
Island(s): Takistan
Playable options: N/A

Version: 0.4

Date: 2013-04-03 10:26


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100 Days

by
RCMW


Description:
The UN forces have almost completely lost control of the troubled region of Takistan. NATO intervention is requested in the hope that a surge of highly trained troops can avert disaster.

Follow a units from selection, though training and eventually into a difficult 100 day tour of duty that could change the future of Takistan for the better or worse.


Features:
  • 16 mission campaign
  • Advanced support scripts for Artillery, Air-support and Medical Support.
  • Evacuate wounded team members.
  • Counter Insurgency warfare
  • Real world feel (not 5 men vs the world)
  • Multiple Endings depending on your entire campaign performance.
  • Fully voice acted


  • Installation:
    Extract the .pbo file(s) to your ArmA2 Operation Arrowhead\Campaigns folder.


    Credits & Thanks:
    *Everyone who answered my many questions on various forums
    *Goliath86 for his medical script
    *Draper for his Air-support script
    *Bon for his Artillery script
    *Mumble, nettrucker, CSpilot for voice acting
    *Poacher and SaveByGrace for sounds and battle shouts


    Changelog:
    v0.4
    - fixed the crash on day 81 due to an ACR dependency

    v0.3 hotfix
    - I had not fixed the end of mission 13 correctly, should work now

    v0.3
    - Numerous small bug fixes
    - Fixed endings of mission 16 and 13.
    - Added subtitles to most speech.
    - Removed LGB support option
    - Added more life to FOB York

    v0.2
    - Disabled core BIS Conversations (thanks Wiki)
    - Fixed Medical Unit Select Error in mission 11 and 7
    - Fixed Mission 11 Supply Trucks
    - Added a few auto saves

    v0.1
    - first release


    Forum topic:
    - Armaholic forums
    - BI forums



    - Arma 2
    - Arma 2: British Armed Forces




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