Cossacks: Campaign Expansion Download] [pack]
Cossacks: Campaign Expansion Download] [pack] ---> https://fancli.com/2sUA9m
The campaigns allow becoming aware of historical events' large scale. Thus, grandiose battles of up to 8,000 units are fought on the map. The expansion contains much historical data, and the game itself includes a spacious encyclopedia about wars, battles, nations, technologies, armies, and units having been used in Europe in XVI-XVIII centuries.
--> ALL original Campaigns, both from European Wars and Art of War, integrated into BTW, including the tutorial from EW!--> ALL original single missions from EW & AOW integrated into BTW, bringing the total to 117 single missions.--> One new Campaign, "Over the Horizon", integrated alongside EW & AOW Campaigns.--> Switchable MOD1 for Back to War. You can now easily enable or disable MOD1 via a simple batch file I wrote. You can also enjoy the original campaigns as they are compatible with MOD1, bringing a little twist to the old campaigns.--> A couple of small bugfixes (missing packhorses, missing animations for Swiss And Hungary).--> A simple uninstaller, should you ever want to go back to vanilla BTW, for your convenience.
LATEST NEWS (9.6.2015)I released a couple of standalones here for people who do not want the full pack but maybe only the campaign or animation fixes.Here are the standalones. If you are using my Campaign then you don't need the animation fix, because it's already included in it. Be sure to use a clean BTW installation.
The Art of War, released on 1 April 2002, is the first standalone expansion pack. Like the original Cossacks, the game is set in the 17th and 18th centuries, and 8000 units can be controlled. Cossacks: The Art of War adds 5 new campaigns, 2 new nations (namely Denmark and Bavaria), a map editor, and 16 times larger maps with new terrains. Both new nations possess an 18th-century Musketeer unit, which have different attributes.
Back to War, released on 18 October 2002, is the second expansion pack, and it can be played as a standalone. Cossacks: Back to War adds two new nations (Switzerland and Hungary) to the choices from Cossacks: European Wars and Cossacks: Art of War because of their influence on European history. There are also new maps, a tutorial campaign and a map-editor. Cossacks: Back to War comes with a mod on the CD called Mod1 or Baddog's mod, developed by Shaun Fletcher, it adds several units to various countries, new cannon types and alters some parameters such as building time, upgrade and building costs.
Cossacks: Campaign Expansion, released on 1 November 2002, is a piece of downloadable content for Cossacks: Back to War. It contains four single-player campaigns from the original game, Cossacks: European Wars, and five from The Art of War: nine campaigns with 63 hardcore missions.
Cossacks: The Art of War is a historical real-time strategy game, based on European history of the XVII-XVIII centuries. This period is famous as an epoch of continuous wars and battles - and these battles are the focus of attention in the game. The 30 Years' War, 7 Years' War, War of the Austrian Succession, Russo-Turkish Wars, English Civil War, Turkish expansion in Europe, Ukrainian Liberation War, Northern War, Polish-Russian war and much more awaits you in this add-on to the original Cossacks game. Cossacks: The Art of War - continues the history of the great battles of XVII-XVIII centuries, and introduces five new campaigns, two nations, some new units and much more.
Back to War is the second expansion pack, and it can be played as a standalone. Cossacks: Back to War adds two new nations (Switzerland and Hungary) to the choices from Cossacks: European Wars and Cossacks: Art of War because of their influence on European history. There are also new maps, a tutorial campaign and a map-editor. It adds several units to various countries, new cannon types and alters some parameters such as building time, upgrade and building costs.
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