Defend Two Small villages with your british jungle infantry And Destroy that force.Also you will be helped by the town guards.
The congo army have a small hidden airfield ,you
will need to defend the village by making planes
in your airfield that the congo villagers made for you.Defend there attacks and then destroy there airfields.
One of the village guards spoted a congo army base on a scout mission.your soldiers go there and there is a tank division heading to the village.you must take it out.
Congo used to be a Belgian colony and they still have soldiers there. Therefore it would have been more realistic involving them.
They're also said to have world's best special forces.
Anyway, nice scenario!
chaz456 File Author
Posted on 12/20/06 @ 04:59 AM
thanks i didnt know that
Posted on 01/24/07 @ 11:22 PM
that depends, was it the now present day democratic republic of the congo, or republic of the congo????
Posted on 01/27/07 @ 04:37 AM
Democratic Republic of Congo was Belgian
the other one was british I think, but Congo mostly refers to the ex-Belgian colony
Posted on 02/21/07 @ 06:35 AM
Zaire was definitly Belgian, I believe modern day Congo was Belgian too..
Posted on 03/10/07 @ 03:14 PM
Oh Lordy...did we all sleep through our history/geography lessons LOL
*prepares to make himself the smartazz of this forum* ;)
" * The Republic of the Congo (ROC), also known as Congo-Brazzaville (and locally as "Braza"), is the smaller of the two countries and lies to the west. It was long a French colony, most of the time called Middle Congo (or part of an entity Middle Congo-Gabon), informally also known as French Congo, and since 1886 part of French Equatorial Africa. On 3 January 1970 it became officially the People's Republic of Congo, since 15 March 1992 it was simply the Republic of the Congo.
* The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC, sometimes also referred to as DR Congo or in French RDC), or Congo-Kinshasa, is the larger of the two countries and lies to the east. It was once the personal property of King Leopold II of Belgium, when it was known as the Congo Free State, and later a Belgian colony when it was renamed the Belgian Congo. It was known as Zaire from 1971 to 1997; during this time the other Congo came to be known simply as "Congo".
>>I hope you are not taking my teaching efforts as a personal insult :p
Posted on 03/30/08 @ 09:00 PM
"ahh, where's the enemy?" after the initial battle i was clueless. this is for part1
enemy riflemen vs souped-up jungle assault infantry plus with the riflemen out numbered 3 to 1. plus enemy had no citizens or buildings.
i beat it in 1 and a half minutes.
2/5, ok maybe actually 2 out of 6
Map Design: 2
not bad, maybe you used the random map generator
ratings doesnt allow me to rate less than 1, so 1. If you want to understand what all the gunfire and commotion is at the first 00:01 seconds of the game. then please minimize the game and read the 'ReadMe.txt" in the RON scenerio database folder.. sheesh
another little brother scen.
not bad kid... If its your first.
this is a review for part1. i didnt bother to play 2 or 3. i might later