Games PC Soldiers - Heroes Of World War 2
Developed by Best Way - Codemasters USA (2004) - Action Strategy - Rated Teen
Soldiers: Heroes of World War II is a real-time strategy game with objective-based missions. Instead of simply needing to conquer the opposition, game levels often pose specific challenges to the player's squad of soldiers, such as rescuing prisoners, capturing enemies, destroying supply lines, and other guerrilla-style goals. Players can take control of the Russian, German, or Allied forces, each with its own storyline and campaign.
Developer: Best Way
Publisher: Codemasters USA
Release Date: June 29, 2004
Controls: Keyboard, Mouse
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14 December 2007
By: Calin Ciabai, Games Editor
Faces of War Cheats and Hints (PC)
Invincible units and other codes
Faces of War is a real-time tactics computer wargame published by Russian publisher 1C Company and developed by Best Way. The game is a sequel to 2004s Soldiers: Heroes of World War II. Whereas Soldiers: Heroes of World War II had the player controlling a handful of squadmembers alone in enemy territory, Faces of War promises to engage the player and his squad in massive battles fighting alongside AI controlled squads. The game features a full 3D engine allowing the player to have much greater control over the camera compared to Soldiers: Heroes of World War II. The developers have also improved the multiplayer options from the last game, with many more modes and options. The game was released in Russia on September 8, 2006 and North America for PC on September 12, 2006.(Wikipedia)CHEATSInvincible unitsPlease note: This procedure involves editing a game file; create a backup copy of the file before proceeding. Use an archival utility such as WinRAR to extract the files found in the "game.pak" file in the "ubisoftfaces of waresource" directory. Specifically, extract the "tactis.dl", "normal.dl", "hard.dl", and "easy.dl" files in the "set/difficulty" folder in the "game.pak" archive file. Use a text editor to edit the extracted files and change value under the "ally" header in each of the files to the following: ally health_increase 40health 40 Add the modified files back to their original locations within the "game.pak" file with WinRAR or another archival utility. HINTControlling groups easily Use the following trick if you do not like the missions were you have to take control of all the men on the field. Place all your men in one group. If you have a group of men make as many groups as needed. Keep the person you want to control out of the groups. Turn all the tabs on the soldiers interface to the left (for example, "Free Move", "Open Fire", etc.). Take your men near the battle and select "Disband". Watch as your men become skillful soldiers. In the next video you can take a look at a battle from the game:
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108 items and weapons - 126 vehicles - 3 campaigns - 24 missions
by Leonardo Antezana Patton
J de Juegos presents: Men of War Unofficial Strategy Guide Copyright Leonardo Antezana Patton 2010 www.jdejuegos.com All rights reserved, including the right to reproduce this e-book or portions thereof in any form. Published by TheEbookSale Publishing www.theebooksale.com ISBN: 978-1-84961-061-2 Men of War is a game developed by Best Way/Digitalmindsoft (DMS). Published by 1C Company, 505 Games, and Aspyr Media. 2008/2009. Brands and trademarks named within the Guide belong to their respective Copyright holders. Men of War screenshots, references, and related material used with permission.
Introduction... 5 Self-propelled Artillery.. 93 The Path to Men of War.. 8 mission 1: Baptism of Fire.. 101 Soldiers: Heroes of World War II.. 10 mission 2: Evacuation.. 105 Silent Heroes: Elite Troops of World War II.. 12 mission 3: P.O.W... 109 Faces of War... 12 mission 4: Moscow is Behind Us!..113 About the Game.. 14 mission 5: The Penal Unit...117 Technology... 15 mission 6: The Last Stand.. 123 Gameplay... 16 mission 7: Behind Enemy Lines. 129 Interface, Controls & Camera.. 18 mission 8: Chasing Shadows... 135 About the Guide.. 20 mission 9: The Flying Dutchman.. 139 Organization of the Guide.. 21 Blazing Lands... 143 Game Abstractions.. 22 Weapons... 145 Shared Equipment and Weapons.. 26 Light Weapons... 146 THE most 32 About the Missions.. complete reference available. Heavy Weapons.. 148 How I Played... 34 Throw and Special Weapons.. 149 Tactics... 36 Non-armored Vehicles... 152 Soldier Stances and Line of Sight. 37 Artillery... 156 Flanking... 39 Light-armored Vehicles.. 164 Squads and their Inventory. 40 Medium and Heavy-armored Vehicles. 174 Solo Tactics... 41 Self-propelled Artillery.. 182 Task Force Tactics.. 42 mission 1: Mercury... 194 Assault Tactics.. 44 mission 2: Scorching Sands.. 202 Defensive Tactics... 45 mission 3: Desert Stronghold.. 208 Pseudo Technical Information.. 46 mission 4: On the Way to Tunis.. 216 Road to Victory... 49 mission 5: Borgs Last Fight.. 220 Weapons... 51 Fox Hunt... 228 Light Weapons.. 52 Weapons... 230 Heavy Weapons.. 54 Light Weapons... 231 Throw and Special Weapons.. 56 Heavy Weapons.. 234 Non-armored Vehicles... 60 Throw and Special Weapons.. 236 Artillery... 64 Non-armored Vehicles... 238 Light-armored Vehicles... 72 Artillery... 244 Medium and Heavy-armored Vehicles.. 82 Light-armored Vehicles.. 260 3
Medium and Heavy-armored Vehicles. 272 Self-propelled Artillery.. 286 mission 1: Arsenal.. 296 mission 2: Armistice.. 300 mission 3: Meeting the Enemy.. 304 mission 4: Disaster in Tunisia.. 312 mission 5: Turning Point.. 318 Bonus Scenarios... 330 mission 1: The Crossing.. 332 mission 2: The Crossroads.. 336 mission 3: The Battle of Vernon. 340 mission 4: The Airstrip.. 344 mission 5: The Trap.. 348 Vehicle List.... 352 Non-armored Vehicles... 354 Artillery... 356 Light-armored Vehicles.. 359 Medium and Heavy-armored Vehicles. 362 Self-propelled Artillery.. 365 Final Words.... 368 References... 370
Victory belongs to the most persevering.
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sample page everything that made their product so great have happened automatically, like in so for most in the first place. many other products. Soldiers: Heroes of World War II is a tough game, can get very tough at some points in some missions. But with patience and good planning that toughness translates The next product iteration comes by the name of Silent Heroes and offers pretty much the same gameplay style as the original game. It can even be seen as an independent expansion with a new name. The true sequel, and an evolution of the game, is Faces of War which offers a few retouches, extensions and optimizations to the original gameplay.
very now and then a company we never heard of comes up with a new great game concept that should become the new standard of a given genre, but for unknown reasons it just doesnt happen. Best Way is one such company and their title Soldiers: Heroes of World War II is one such game. What I particularly like about Best Way is that as new incarnations of their game appeared they didnt alter them in such a way that everyone became their target audience. They did their best to give a wider appeal to their franchise, but in the process to do so they didnt destroy their unique gameplay style, nor did they oversimplify it nor generalize it in a bad way. In a sense, how the company approached the design and implementation of their games in order to make them playable for a wider audience should be a lesson to be taught and learned. So many companies, when having to go through the same process directly cannibalize everything or almost
What makes FoW different is that it offers new dynamics and an Arcade mode which allows it to be simpler and more accessible to a wider audience, but thanks to the Tactical mode and tolerating a few control and design idiosyncrasies it maintains most, if not all, of what made Soldiers such a great game. It in one of the most rewarding gaming even adds enough to deepen the tactical experiences the RTS genre has. Most side of its gameplay, making it possible to times success comes thanks to what the think combined attacks that were nearly player did, or helped his units achieve, its impossible to do with the original. not something that pretty much feels to Men of War follows the design and
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sample page implementation philosophy of its immediate predecessor, it keeps the gameplay almost untouched, except where retouching was needed, and it extends it. Everything that felt or was redundant got generalized, controls got streamlined to let the user manage as he saw fit without forcing upon him a squad or a singleunit oriented style. Where most of the overhaul went are the visual cues provided for targeting in direct control mode, which help a lot to make some tactics more efficient. the reasons are plenty and most of them are very straight forward. For one thing it is one of the largest recorded events we know of. This fact is what makes it so attractive for videogame developers; they have everything they need to build-on (and build with) at the reach of their hands: the developer more time to focus on other issues rather than those of coming up with art and context for a completely new world or universe. It helps save time and money and assign resources to other matters like gameplay and/or technology. The good thing, in this particular scenario, is that the mentioned context has such a huge amount of information, places and possibilities that even after so many games and so many missions there is yet unseen material available for other developers to use and still come up with stuff that qualifies as new. Obviously, the variety of game genres, game styles, game dynamics, context and settings, and technology used to bring them to life help a lot to make even the same World War II mission and events feel and play very different in each game.
While this Guide is focused on MoW the information it contains in regard to equipment, weapons, vehicles and tactics can be applied and used in any of the series since they share much more than just the context. The only thing would be that some squad based tactics would be impossible, or impractical, in either Soldiers: Heroes of World War II or Silent information for vehicles, weapons, clothes Heroes because of their single-unit based and uniforms, even potential settings for game dynamics. missions and objectives. The Second World War is one of the most Using what is relatively easily available recurring contexts in videogames history; on the Internet and in printed form gives 7
be more efficient against tanks with thick armor. The renders belong to standard bazooka rockets (URSS and Allies), Panzershreck and the P.I.A.T., respectively.
Anti-Tank Rifle Bullets
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Aside of AT grenades infantry has access to rocket-launchers as the only alternative mean to fight them. The Bazookas and Pansershreck of the time were nothing more than specialized reloadable tubes to hold and guide explosive rockets. Because of this their effectiveness against medium and heavy tanks, which have thicker armor, is clearly reduced. Although there is a visual distinction between the rockets of some of the factions they are functionally equal. That is, there is no need to switch to a panzershreck to use its ammo, a bazooka will do. The exception to the rule above would be the British P.I.A.T. rocket-launcher that can be found in multiplayer. Mainly because it uses HEAT based rockets which ought to
In most cases these type of bullets belong to a large 14.5 caliber designed to work against light vehicle armor. As can be expected their use and practicality shrinks once we have to deal with medium and/or heavy tanks. Even so, they can be useful against some tanks with weak top or rear armor, and against most armored vehicles which dont have heavy protection. Ammo renders and lots of details.
Mortar shells are presented as a universal kind of ammunition, they are one-sizefits-all. Which goes along with the fact that their mortars, for now, are also equal at a graphics level. All mortar shells are explosive so their effectiveness against armored vehicles, specially heavy ones is low.
There arent many rocket based weapons within the game, mainly the Land Mattress, the Katyusha, the Raketen-Werfer 56 and the Panzerwerfer, and the M4A3 Calliope; all but the two German units use a different caliber and rocket type but all work the
ll of the series provide a set of basic almost essential equipment, with some specifics only appearing rarely during single-player missions but can be very practical during multiplayer sessions, in particular when there is a need to protect or defend a specific spot.
Large Med Kit
The following set of descriptions include Type Inventory all of the items with a certain degree of healing 2x2 usability and presence during Best Ways game series. A few of them dont appear This one looks like a briefcase with a red in Men of War, and many are only truly cross on its side to make it understood that available in multiplayer. it is for healing. I found it once or twice during the Campaigns; its only advantage First Aid Kit is providing more health recovering power Equipment than a first aid kit. Item & equipment renders and descriptions.
Inventory 1x2 Type healing Inventory 1x2
No soldier should go without one; they are as helpful within the game as they would be in a real world scenario. Their use increases when facing opponents carrying rifle, or sniper rifle, who have a tendency to aim for the head. They also become important when moving prone and facing fire. Soviet soldiers usually appear with just hats, leaving the scarce helmets for elite troopers, reason for which it is advisable to trade them for a good helmet whenever possible. There is no perceivable difference between a German or Allied helmet other than appearance.
Probably the most important piece of equipment a soldier can carry. They usually have none or five in their inventory. Personally I like them carrying at least ten. When in squads they can share them as they do ammo. The AI uses these automatically whenever they are hurt bellow 25 percent of their perceived health bar, or whenever the action seems to have stopped.
Since helmets are also part of whatever outfit a soldier is wearing each side has its own versions as well as different models The description for this particular item can depending the troopers role (officer, tank be found in the multiplayer section of the driver, infantry, desert infantry, snow Faces of War site. It states that it can be infantry). used to bring a soldier back from the edges of death, but only in cooperative games. In The only true distinction would be between those modes soldiers dont die instantly, so those considered of hard protective there is time to help them recover with a material, and those of soft material. dose of morphine. 27
The Soviet Union Campaign
Crew 3 Speed
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Main weapon back top DS-39 Range (m)/AP Strength (mm) Reload time (seconds) Secondary weapons AA Turret Hull Rear 4.5
Details, descriptions and renders for 126 playable vehicles available in the game -cars, motorbikes, trucks, tanks, guns and artillery pieces.
Although the temptation to use a M-72 motorbike as recon unit during the Campaign exists, the conditions dont. They are too fragile to enemy fire and most large scenarios arent open, so their speed advantage is lost. At least we can hope to find one with its main gun available in inventory.
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In-game render screenshots.
As an all-terrain vehicle the GAZ-67B does a good job. Its speed makes it an acceptable recon car or an Officer transport. Its DS-39 is a great heavy machinegun against anything that moves except well armored targets. Within the game it is bound to see more action in multiplayer than the Campaign.
Crew 2 Speed
Main weapon back top Range (m)/AP Strength (mm) Reload time (seconds) Secondary weapons AA Turret Hull Rear -
In-game data/facts and details for each vehicle.
Trucks arent particularly useful or present during the Campaign but they can become crucial during multiplayer games since they bring supplies. We have one carrying standard ammo for the infantry, another with ammo for the vehicles and a third that brings special items like barricades.
mission 1: Baptism of Fire
ALL missions described.
Dificulty Reinforcements Survival Keep alive Allies
The main characters of the Soviet Union Campaign Alexei Kuztnetsov and Victor Smirnov survive a German attack to their convoy. They need to gather forces and seek for survivors to form a counterattack on a nearby town taken by the Germans. Then they need to intercept a supply convoy.
sample page Scenario map overview screenshots.
his scenario acts as a true baptism Zones. The main idea behind this is to of fire since the player is pretty avoid overwhelming the player in large much thrown into the action without maps. any further introduction. The The next first portion of the objective is to mission offers eliminate a well some text-based covered enemy recommendations position, which that can be seen serves as a as a sort of tutorial, way to learn a In-game screenshots of each mission. but they dont go little more about too far and offer flanking the mainly details of opponent (3). the new stuff, like Leaving a squad the alternative to behind cover view the Line ofand advancing Sight of a selected silently with the opponent (1). This in turn allows for other to an obvious attack spot behind the easier flanking of vehicles, and for sneak house is all that is required to move on. approaches on hopefully unsuspected Some soldiers could trade their weapons targets. for better MP-40s or even MG-34 After a short educational skirmish the m a c h i n e g u n s. survivors have to move toward a new There is a heavy meeting point (2), where we can find a tank here that good number of reinforcements to make up can be repaired, a second squad (up to six). Here the player a KV-1 with a can take some time to equip his teams 76mm main gun better or just move on. Getting helmets (for a heavy tank for the new soldiers, and those who dont it isnt particularly have them, would be a wise decision. powerful but it does offer a As we move ahead the areas behind good all around stop being active (they can no longer be armor). accessed and become surrounded by a sort of fog) in what the GEM Editor calls Recovering the nearby town (4) with the 103
sample page help of the tank is very much straight forward, the only thing to consider is to go forward using the KV-1 as the main force and a squad as backup against the soldiers trying to flank our vehicle or attempting to launch AT grenades at it. There are a lot of German soldiers in the town, as well as some armored vehicles (SdKfz 251/10 and SdKfz 232) and Pak 37T 45mm artillery which can be a problem, advancing doing some recon and using properly the extra firepower provided by the tank is essential. Moving relatively slow, taking proper positions and replenishing ammo every now and then should take us to the next goal of the scenario. Once the town is recovered we need to retake a small hill nearby (Hill Mark 65) and prepare to ambush an enemy convoy (5). Here is a good point to save. Moving forward requires little else than being careful, it is very important that the tank doesnt get lost to the canons nearby, it simplifies a lot at the moment of springing the trap (its 76mm shells can deal with almost everything that
sample page comes with a single well placed shot). After the enemy defending the hill is finished we have to take cover, using the high ground and the sandbags to our benefit. At this point it can be wise to split our six man squad into two of three, so they can find better cover as well as provide two potential points of attack/defense while the KV-1 protects the road at the bottom of the hill. Taking the tank onto the hill isnt practical because its turret loses some freedom to aim because of the inclination of the terrain, in a bad spot it can also make it show a weaker side to the enemy guns, best place for it is the low ground by the road. Not too long after letting us get ready the enemy convoy appears (sometimes it just appears). Our squad (or teams) on foot should provide cover fire to the tank and be ready to move to better shelter if needed.
FULL scenario guide for each mission. Tactics and strategies. How to avoid and/or overcome the toughest spots. What to expect and how to accomplish the objectives. through it, something our tank can put to good use. The first waves include BMW R12 motorbikes and Panzer III Ausf.3 tanks which shouldnt be much trouble. Near the end appear Panzer IV Ausf.E that can cause some trouble but nothing the KV-1 should be afraid of as long as it doesnt show one of its weak sides to their 75mm main guns. After some time surviving the enemy onslaught the mission ends.
The fire power of the tank becomes crucial to defeat the waves of Germans coming toward us, aiming manually to the weakest vehicles is a very useful tactic (mainly those fuel tank trucks).
Target acquiring should focus on the strongest to most complicated opponents, like light and medium tanks, armored vehicles and armored troop carriers, then fuel trucks and trucks with troops. With a little luck as we shoot them they start to form a roadblock that forces the next wave of the convoy to waste time finding ways to go 104
What counts is not necessarily the size of the dog in the fight - its the size of the fight in the dog.
- General Dwight D. Eisenhower -
he idea behind this Vehicle List was to present a way to compare the different motorized weapons of each of the involved factions in a straight forward and as simple as possible form. Due to space and style constrains, and the amount of information to be shown it didnt end up as simple as I had thought it in my mind, nevertheless, I do believe that it accomplishes its goal of offering the reader the chance to see the advantages and disadvantages of different vehicles in an almost immediate manner.
sample page Each vehicle can have up to four data groups. All include the first one which presents the vehicles designation, number of crew, its speed, and the faction it belongs to (as seen bellow). the weapon in question doesnt have armor piercing capabilities. Most howitzer type weapons only include range since their high-explosive shells dont have actual AP capabilities (at least within the games weapons simulation).
The fourth data group provides details on the presence of secondary weapons The second data set is only used for in armored vehicles. The weapons role/ vehicles with armor, offering a detail on the position is shown bellow. thickness of it. The format obeys the same Anti-Air Turret one used for a vehicles data sheet within each Campaign section. Hull Rear [3 | 45] RU A minus (-) means no weapon. A plus (+) a standard machinegun or heavy machinegun, depending the faction. An asterisk (*) denotes the use of an advanced heavy machinegun, like the DShK for the Soviet army or the M2HB.50 for the Allies.
The list follows the conventions used across the book as far as vehicle grouping goes. In order to help the comparison process all vehicles from all factions have been put together under each class division. Non- The first row presents the armor thickness armored vehicles, artillery, light-armored of the structure and the second of the turret if one exists. The columns obey the format: vehicles and so on. front, sides, back, and top. The vehicles are listed following the Campaign order, that is, Soviet, German and then Allied. This way they are easy to compare and to perceive their strengths and weaknesses, a useful thing to know during multiplayer matches as well as the toughest Campaign missions. A third data set presents the features of a vehicles main weapon. Its designation, armor penetration and reload speed. Armor piercing capabilities are given as a data pair which indicates the range from which the ammo is shot (at 10, 30, 70 meters and maximum range) and its AP power from For each of the vehicle categories I said distance. have included as much information as is available within the game presented in a DT-29 4.5 table format that makes it easy to read; also following the book conventions. When there are no AP details it means that 353
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DS-39 Heavy Machinegun [3 | 45] RU DS-39 Heavy Machinegun [3 | 45] RU n/a MG-34 4.5 4.5
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Take command of a group of soldiers or a whole battalion.
A strategy game like no other, one in which the player actions and choices matter. A little tough but proportionally rewarding. Allows the player to take Direct Control of soldiers and vehicles for a unique gaming experience. 9 Red Army missions - 5 German missions - 5 Allied missions and 5 Bonus Scenarios, plus great replay value. A personal favorite and the best of the series -yet. Take charge of the defense or prepare for a full assault on enemy positions.
Take the strategic or stealth approach, or go in with guns blazing.
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