byPublished on October 28, 2003 18:48
On 28 October 2003, Activision released the source code for Call to Power II. This part of our CtP2 section is dedicated to the CtP2 Source Code Project: The collective effort by the Apolyton CtP2 community to document and improve the source code of the game.
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byPublished on June 11, 2011 21:52
The Apolyton CTP2 Source Code team proudly presents the Apolyton CTP2 Edition Revision 1111 from June the 12th 2011.
This new version focuses mainly on improving the AI. Especially how the AI handles its oversea conquest with land and air transporters. A bug fix makes the AI also a little bit relaxed with enemy units that could be a potential thread.
We have also a few bug fixes and minor corrections.
The Apolyton Edition can be directly installed over CTP2 v1.0, v1.1, or v1.11.
...byPublished on February 16, 2008 15:59
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...byPublished on October 29, 2003 15:30
SOURCE CODE SOFTWARE END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT
IMPORTANT - READ CAREFULLY: USE OF THE CALL TO POWER II SOURCE CODE IS SUBJECT TO THE SOURCE CODE SOFTWARE END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT TERMS SET FORTH BELOW. “CALL TO POWER II SOURCE CODE” INCLUDES THE SOFTWARE INCLUDED WITH THIS AGREEMENT, THE ASSOCIATED MEDIA, ANY PRINTED MATERIALS, AND ANY ON-LINE OR ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTATION, AND ANY AND ALL COPIES OF SUCH SOFTWARE AND MATERIALS. BY INSTALLING, AND/OR USING THE CALL TO POWER II SOURCE CODE, YOU ACCEPT THE TERMS OF THIS LICENSE WITH ACTIVISION PUBLISHING, INC. (“ACTIVISION”)....
byPublished on October 28, 2003 18:35
Here are the highlights of the chat we had tonight, ordered by topic (in no particular order). The full transcript is below as attachment (too big to post). There's a lot of useful info in here on a variety of different topics (from very technical stuff to very... non-technical stuff), some of this might serve as basis for a FAQ of some sort. We'll have to see about that.