In January, 1942, the Japanese begin their conquest of Burma. The jungles are heavily covered and British failures in fighting causes all of Burma to be captured. The Imperial troops have to fight back every inch but the reduction of priority makes fighting the battle harder and harder.
This Campaign is the eighth part of my World War Two Series. You control different armies in different battles. The battles are based on World War 2 battles while trying to keep a similar placements of armies, cities and try to have the same objectives.
Choose how you will assault the enemy position with your armies, which order of cities will you capture and how will you defend your position.
This contains the following maps:
-01 - Conquest of Burma
-02 - First Arakan Campaign
-03 - Battle of the Admin Box
-04 - Battle of Myitkyina
-05 - Operation U-Go
-06 - Battle of Imphal and Kohima
-07 - Battle of Meiktila and Mandalay
-08 - Race for Rangoon
There will be more campaigns available on World War 2.
(When there are no neutrals, don't defeat all enemies, only enemies specified by objectives to defeat)
I noticed you have submitted several scenario's recently, which is great, but just a quick reminder if you want these scenario's entered in my contest please write "Otter's Challenge" in your titles, if you don't want to be in the contest disregard this, but you might as well, what have you got to lose?
Posted on 05/22/10 @ 11:18 PM
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No Problems there. Played really smooth...
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I think the Japs had more strength and i was able to oust the british soldiers with ease on my first try. So, I think it could have been a little tougher.
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I like the way you had all those pop ups and instructions. The Scripting was simple yet adorable.
Map Design: 5
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I love the map. I don't know how you managed it but it actually looks like from the times of World War although i don't know if it is accurate enough.
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Pretty Clear instructions.
Nothing to add here but i guess you can make it a lil more tougher that way a few of us who are a little above average gamers can have more fun and replay value.
Irontank File Author
Posted on 05/23/10 @ 03:53 PM
I was thinking that I will next do the Yugoslav Front. I am still undecided either to do it as a campaign or a single map. Could you help me choose.
Also I had a few maps to work off from a book made specially for World War 2 maps and battle plans. That is how I was able to get some of the rarely made maps like Battle of Admin Box made.
Posted on 12/11/10 @ 03:20 PM
how do u instal
Posted on 12/12/10 @ 02:04 PM
Quoted from Scarab25's thread on the forum:
"1. When you download a single-player scenario , you only need to place it within a new folder within your Rise of Nations folder, eg make a folder called 'SP Scenarios' in your RoN folder (which will give it the folder path Program Files/Microsoft Games/Rise of Nations/SP Scenarios)
To play a sp scenario, you then go into RoN, go to single player, click 'Play a Scenario' and navigate to the folder with the scenario in."
Posted on 11/01/12 @ 01:50 PM
I have played many WWII scenarios and I have found that Irontank's scenarios are the best. Keep up the good work!