The mod consists of nine files, three basic ones, units_1939_1940, units_1941_1942 and units_1943_1944, two others that are specific for the years 1942 and 1944 that are units_1942_Alt and units_1944_Alt, and finally three that are from the winter season that would correspond to winters 42- 43, 43-44 and 44-45, units_1942_Inv_Alt, units_1943_Inv_Alt units_1944_Inv_Alt. From the version I added one more file, units_Unico.
As of the third version, HQs are hexagonal tokens to differentiate them from land and air units; ships are also hexagonal and transparent. In version 5 I have put icons for the garrison, cavalry, marines, paratroopers and alpine units.
In the links there is a download for version 5 and another for previous versions. I have tried to make all the units that appear in the game or that I presume to appear, I have not yet reached the end of the game, if any unit is missing, communicate it. The placement will be the one indicated below. It is a pity that the game does not allow the variation of the units model and that there is only one "units" file (be careful to remove the "s" when the file is renamed) and that all this dance has to be performed.
1945Summer and transparent aerodromes are added
(Checking the files I have seen an error in the models of the ships in the units_unico file, I put the link to that file that replaces the previous one:
Link to previous versions
There are four files called: units_1939_1940, units_1941_1942, units_1943_1944 and units_1944_Ale, which correspond to the scenarios presented by the game. If we want the scenario that we are going to play is Europe 1939, we will take the file units_1939_1940, and we rename it by calling units, if we arrive at 1941 and we want to update the chips we will place the file called units_1941_1942 and we will call it units again and crush the previous one file and so on. These files must be placed in the directory where the game is installed, the Campaigns subfolder is searched, the subfolder in which you want to install the file you have chosen is opened and crushed if necessary. Example: We want to play the Europe 1942 scenario, we look for that subfolder, we take the units_1941_1942 file and rename it units, copy it and paste it into that subfolder. For those who have Windows10 the Campaigns subfolder is in another directory called user and that is the same where saves are saved, a small problem.
And as a gift the historical flags
Its placement in the same place as explained above, in the subfolders of the scenarios
You know ... Play and have fun
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