View Full Version : another full mission builder question

03-17-2007, 04:22 PM
is there a book or something that gives the basic rundown on how to build missions? i've seen alot of messages of members giving information about their missions that they built. and although these can be fun for some, they don't make any sence to me. so basicly what i need is instructions for a total dummy when it comes to computers.

03-17-2007, 04:27 PM
Go to the Mission Builders forum and look for the tutorial by bird_brain on campaign building.

Also go to the IL-2 Important links thread on the General Discussion page and look for the link to Sturmovik Essentials for gobs of info.

03-17-2007, 05:58 PM
Every three months or so I feel something. An insect in my rectum, and then I open up the full mission builder and start playing around.

This has happened the other week. I returned to a modest campaign that I am trying to make.

I have a vision in my mind of what I want to get done. I know what I want to happen. I also know that what I want to achieve is all but impossible! But still I try, and press on with my idea trying work around, after work around trying to achieve my vision my goal for the missions.

I should know better. I should learn to just go lay down in dark room till the urge goes away. http://forums.ubi.com/images/smilies/51.gif

03-17-2007, 06:24 PM
Mission building tutorial here.


03-17-2007, 07:31 PM
it said to go into the PF program folder, which i did. then go into missions, which i did. then go into single which i did. then click on US folder. but the US folder aint there. the only country folders there was IN RN UN but no US. now what? see how easy i get stuck? LOL

03-17-2007, 11:10 PM
There is no US folder in the PF version of the game. Use the UN folder as it is US Navy and the US is US Air Force. Don't be afraid to take some chances or you will never get anywhere with the FMB.

03-18-2007, 07:51 PM
Do yourself a favor and get 46... forget aboiut the stand alone PF.

03-18-2007, 09:35 PM
get 46? 46 what?

03-19-2007, 04:33 AM
IL-2 STURMOVIK™: 1946 is a wide-ranging new offering, with 32 new flyable aircraft, hundreds of new missions in nine campaigns spread across the entire globe, nearly 1,000 new paintschemes, as well as many exclusive features. Pilots can fly the skies and fight enemies over the Russian front, German occupied Europe, the Far East and the Pacific. STURMOVIK™: 1946 also includes all of previous Il-2 series content in a single simple installation, thus bringing the most respected anthology flight simulator to an unmatched 229 flyable aircraft and over 300 total aircraft on one DVD!

Key Features:

* New Aircraft – 32 new flyable fighters and bombers, including the Il-10 Sturmovik, the MiG-9 Jet fighter, the Arado Ar-234 Blitz jet bomber, or the N1K2 George fighter; plus four new AI aircraft.
* New Maps – Large new historical maps of the Kiev region, a Manchuria region map focusing on the border between the USSR, China and Japanese-occupied Korea, a large bonus Burma map and an online Khalkin Gol / Nomonhan map.
* New campaigns - With nearly 200 missions, unparalleled realism and attention to detail, the nine new campaigns will thrust players into detailed fighter and bomber pilots missions for the German, Soviet and Japanese air forces.
* Alternate history - Three of the nine campaigns are a departure into alternate history, focusing on hypothetical battles between the Soviet Union and Germany in the year 1946 where WWII still rages on. Both the VVS and Luftwaffe now have access to advanced jet and rocket fighters.
* Unparallel Historical Accuracy – All of the historical campaigns and aircraft are created with the same ceaseless attention to detail that made the Il-2 series so popular; and even the what-if planes and missions are made as realistic as possible, with final results often rewriting the commonly-held opinion on these prototype aircraft.
* New features – In addition to such exotic aircrafts as Soviet mixed-power fighters, 1946 also adds an incredible variety of new ground targets, including, for the first time in the series, trenches and bunkers that give a whole new dimension to the ground attack aspect of the simulation.
* Exclusive bonus - Making of, interview videos and screenshots of the new features, plus exclusive screenshots and never before seen videos taken from upcoming Maddox game: Storm of War™: Battle of Britain. A Detailed Plane Guide, totaling over 450 pages of information, gives the low-down on every single one of the 229 flyable aircraft, giving new players much easier access to the incredible variety of aircraft in the simulator.