By Valandi Gaming
Yes, this is a idea from HOI4. This will be another, more fair WWII Scenario, not hitting germany as hard. It will include:
VERY different map, almost no similarity to OUR 1936, Russian SFSR, with trotsky, Ukraine SSR and other SSRs with RSFSR being the "puppet master" New ideologies and nations (Valkinist, Syndicalist, etc.) New leaders! More to come in future.
Its a sad truth, but it will happen eventually unless a major update comes to the game. I have around 47 hours here and I am bored... why you may ask? Because the game has had no new major update ever since its release. Their has only been scenario updates and that one annoying ai update which makes random nations go to war with you. This game should become open source, atleast for the PC version if it is going to survive. Lukasz saying he is delaying/never going to do the workshop because he is working on something else literally puts the nail in the coffin for AOC2. Obviously people will stay around, mainly mobile users as it is the best Strategy game for mobile however the PC population will die, I've played 47 hours of this and I know I have done everything this game has to offer to me, I have 300 hrs in EU4 and 800 hrs in HOI4 and I'm still not bored, and thats because it is easily moddable and is updated a lot. People always use "he's one guy" to defend it however their are plenty of people who could continue the project if it was open source or plenty of people who would be happy to help Lukasz for a short amount of time.
The Point of Divergence of the 1983: Doomsday timeline is September 19th, 1983, on which a seemingly unimportant decision to send an ambitious Colonel of the USSR to a training seminar (taking the place of an ill-plagued colleague), has global implications.
This decision leads to a different outcome of a well-known, though often underestimated, event that took place on September 26, 1983.
In our timeline, Colonel Stanislav Petrov was the watch officer on duty that day at the Serpukhov-15 bunker near Moscow, monitoring for a US missile attack on the Soviet Union.
Suddenly, the computer-based warning systems reported several US nuclear missiles approaching Soviet territory. In our timeline, Colonel Petrov believed the information to be false and did not alert the Kremlin to the data he was receiving. Given Cold War tensions at the time, such information would likely have convinced the Soviets that the US had launched a first strike in an attempt to "cut off the head," and they would have been forced to launch their nuclear weapons in the false belief that it was a counterstrike.
Consequently, since in our timeline the world now knows about this event, it is now often considered to have been the moment closest to a nuclear war between the USSR and the USA during the Cold War. Colonel Petrov has been honored as one of the few true "world saviors," and several investigations have proven the seriousness of this event.
This timeline postulates the results after Colonel Petrov was sent to another installation before September 26th, 1983. The officer now on duty on September 26th considers the alert to be accurate and immediately contacts his superiors. Within minutes, the leaders decide to launch the whole Soviet nuclear arsenal. Logically, the Americans react by launching as well. By the time the first alerted missile is proven to be a false alarm, it is too late. Thousands of nuclear warheads subsequently detonate over targets worldwide. Surprisingly, the People's Republic of China was attacked by Soviet nuclear missiles as well, and part of their arsenal is launched in response at the USSR.
The results of this total nuclear exchange are close to the forecasts of almost complete worldwide destruction and the "nuclear holocaust" as predicted by many scientists of this time. This results in as many as a billion people killed initially, and another billion in the subsequent environmental disaster that followed shortly thereafter.
With the world largely devastated, and most of the Northern and parts of the Southern Hemisphere in ruins, the estimated 800 million survivors in these areas desperately try to keep together what is left of human society. They are facing challenges that are seemingly impossible.
After an incredibly horrifying first few years post-Doomsday, a handful of regions, territories, and countries stabilize and master basic problems such as food and medical supplies. As time passes and the recovery continues, new (sometimes surprising) alliances are formed. A new, fragile world order emerges from the ashes. Initial hopes of some survivors for a united mankind (or at least warfare and destruction being ended forever) quickly prove false. Indeed, the world is light-years away from any Utopian imaginations. Famine, disease, and lack of resources provoke conflicts and wars in large parts of the world, thus devastating all the carefully achieved recovery.
As some surviving and newly formed nations (particularly a unified Commonwealth of Australia and New Zealandand a South American Confederation) prove able to master the problems and even intervene internationally, mankind's extinction finally seems to have been avoided.
Now, 30 years after the devastating "Doomsday" brought mankind to the edge of total extinction, a few moving moments have spread the hope for a more peaceful future for mankind, such as the foundation of the new "League of Nations" September 26th, 2008.
Nonetheless, new dangers to this fragile world have emerged all around the globe, threatening much of what has been achieved within the last 30 years...
Download all of the files in the bottom and put them in a custom folder.
Stumbled upon one problem. I decided to remove all formed civilizations from the original game and add mine. Everything was fine, I added molded civilizations, but I needed to restart the game. I closed the game and started to start it, but the game crashes by 99% and does not want to run, what should I do?