This is another great skin from Mange.
You can use it With or Without the snake.
Get it to go along with your other Mange skins ;)
BF1942 JU87 Stuka by Mange Description: This is a reskin of the JU87 Stuka to look like one of the historical WW2 Stuka's that flew in the African theatre in 1941. The texture was almost completely hand made using the original stuka textures as a guide. I used the originals in a few places for some of the other details like landing gear and the interior. I have also included a non-snake version for those who requested it in the nosnake folder NOTE: To get the "shiney" effect in your game, you will need "Environmental Mapping" turned on. This will slow your system down using that feature since it pushes alot more detail. Installation: To install, you must use Moseley's .RFA Extractor (located here: http://www.bf1942files.com/file.info?ID=5889) How to extract written by Llama on Bf1942.com's forums: Use Moseleys .RFA extractor, simply open the program, open the rfa and you will see a big list of files. Click export all files and choose your battlefield folder ("C:\Program Files\EA GAMES\Battlefield 1942" by default), do this with all the .RFA files you want. Then you must rename the old .RFA files so that the game looks at the extracted one instead. example: Extract objects.rfa and rename it to objects.rfa.old The extracted directory structure looks something like this: C:\Program Files\EA GAMES\Battlefield 1942\texture Just place the .dds files in the texture/Africa folder and that is it! You will have a new Stuka to fly around in. For modding info go here: http://www.acomba.de/forums/showthread.php?s=f88f29860506cb91db5ca8c2adadcafa&threadid=2754 Mange contact/complaints/etc. e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org DISCLAIMER: THESE FILES ARE NOT SUPPORTED BY ELECTRONIC ARTS OR DICE. THESE FILES SHOULD BE FINE TO WORK ON YOUR PC, HOWEVER, I DO NOT TAKE ANY RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DAMAGE THEY MIGHT CAUSE TO YOUR GAME OR PC. USER TAKES ON ALL RESPONSIBILITIES FOR USE OF THESE FILES. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK.
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