Sudden Strike 2 Map Editor
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An enhanced version of Sudden Strike 2 which was released in 2005. The game includes new campaigns for all playable sides. A map editor is included with the game for creation of custom levels and campaigns.
Buildings do offer protection and I am playig sudden strike with proper knowledge of ww2 weapons and abilities and I am more than amazed and in love with this game. I wish there was more missions. I think they probably had military expert or someone giving them advices how to do this. But anyway for all the folks reading this article, please do not listen to his comments he just did not know about wonderful features and tactics. I suggest you finding a guide and yes only pausing the game is sometimes you will have to do iff you are a beginner or slow it down when if you are experinced. I rarely slow down the game now. From 1-10 I would grade it 9.5
There are examples of that, like City: Skylines or Sudden Strike 4. City: Skylines (the game itself) is basically a big level-editor, so a lot of the necessary work has been done already. The Sudden Strike 4 editor is a Unity editor expansion, but pretty difficult to use (or even to get up and running).
Features5 epic campaigns and a new combat theater: The Pacific!Massive battleships, landing craft and trainsCommand airfields and deploy aircraftMechanized units now have individual crews to commandDynamic weather systemContains \"Sudden Strike 2\", \"Resource War\" add-on and \"Total Victory\" map packContains map editor for user-generated maps and missions
lol Resource War works fine, but cant start normal sudden strike 2 on Windows 10, nor using compatib settings. Its starts up, I can see the first Developer introscreen, hear the music too, but as soon as the first startup videosequence is done, the game just closes
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