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On 25/03/2020 at 12:26, JMarushin said:


Is there a mod out there that combines a bunch of different eras in one game?

Back in the day there was an excellent Best of the 80s scenario that is most likely long gone by now.  It'd be amazing if someone unearthed it, but I doubt any working links still exist.  I also wonder why a Best of the 90s scenario was never released.

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On 26/03/2020 at 04:26, JMarushin said:


Is there a mod out there that combines a bunch of different eras in one game?

Nothing that I’ve really come across myself. It won’t be as hard to make as people would think it would be. The hardest part is deciding who is in and where they go.

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