This is a hypothetical scenario of a Chinese invasion of Australia in the near future.
The Chinese People's Liberation Army has landed in the Cape York Peninsula in Queensland. They have landed significant forces. Your job as the Australian Defence Force is to defend against the Chinese and throw them back into the sea. You will be helped by the American army.
I hope you enjoy this scenario.
P.S. I am considering making this scenario as the Chinese or making a new scenario continuing with this storyline if reviews are good.
For anybody who asks why I did not script it, I have no idea about how to script. I am trying to learn how, but all the tutorials and guides don't seem to make sense to me at the moment. I hope you will understand.
Posted on 05/22/09 @ 10:26 AM
Haha that's the exact same with me. As they say "It's all Greek to me" or something like that.
I have yet to find an in-depth user friendly guide to scenario making.
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Posted on 05/25/09 @ 03:44 AM
Review anyone? Thanks.
Posted on 05/27/09 @ 01:31 PM
looks fun!could you please give us a reason for the chinese to invade Australia?have you been working a long time on it?'cause right now i can't try this one due to a computer problem.I hope that it's good enough.:)
Posted on 05/29/09 @ 06:28 AM
The Chinese would invade Australia for our natural resources.
Posted on 07/12/09 @ 04:11 PM
I'm pretty good with scripting. My Archimedes game (located at http://ron.heavengames.com/downloads/showfile.php?fileid=1620) was heavily scripted. If you guys are interested, I'd be happy to teach you how to script.
The way I learned was by going over the scripts of the tutorial scenarios that came with Rise of Nations, and by reading the scenario editor documents. But I also had a lot of experience with computer programming, so I guess that helped too. As long as you can figure out the basic structure of how to use a trigger, you should be okay.
Posted on 08/04/09 @ 12:17 PM
There is no way that the PLA could sail a force through 4000 miles of foreign waters to Australia. The U.S. have radar, and they could detect the invasion long before its arrival, and then send its powerful navy to intercept it.