5th March 2005
well you can modify the odf files if your a bigginer but if you want something more advanced you can make an entirely new ship!:naughty: (like I am at the moment!:) ) either using a stock model or making your own in milkshape 3d!:deal: but try to learn yourself by looking through the odf files with text editer or wordpad or something and make slight changes to the game!:nodding:
I'm not crazy... Not always
17th May 2005
Download Westworlds big book of modding
wow mods do a lot but can you have lots of mods at the same time without them going odd i never used mods so i'd like to know:)
The 6th Day
7th August 2002
To have multiple large scale mods installed your best bet is to have multiple installations of which ever armada game you want to use modded. My own method is simple:
1) Install Armada 2 and patch with the v1.1 official patch. 2) Compress this entire folder using winrar/winzip. 3) Uprar/unzip the contents of this archive to a new named folder.
congratulations. You now have a second installation. You'll still need to cd, but repeating this can allow you to have as many installations as you like. Same goes for Armada 1 but remember that the latest official patch is v1.2
For the smaller single ship mods, I would suggest as the others here have of getting the BBOM and manually adding them to your game. You may make a few mistakes to begin with but keep at it.