morpher wrote:Yes. Mods require a whole new game.
If you go into your Wargame Red Dragon\Data\PC folder you will see many folders with numbers on them. Each one of these folders contains a different version of Wargame. Under Wargame Red Dragon\Data\WARGAME\PC you will find folders with corresponding numbers. These folders have an NDF_Win.dat file which houses the stats of each unit in the game. My idea is to make an copy
of NDF_Win.dat that will change unit avalibility for 6v6+ games so that they can be a better experience. Players could choose the type of game they wanted to play when they started Wargame. (This is how the DLC#3 beta worked, where you could launch the game in 'beta' mode and play on 'beta' servers.)
morpher wrote:Why? Do you think I don't know what's wrong with wargame?
I was referring to your statement that "the third requires a whole new game", and I hope the above explanation clarifies that the third idea doesn't require a new game at all.
Darkstar387 wrote:One guy wants to balance 10 v 10.
I'm not trying to balance 10v10, please read the OP before posting.