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  • Call to Power 2: World War 2 Scenario Readme

    From Activision’s Call to Power 2 development team, we present the World War 2 Scenario --- An exclusive for the Apolyton web site.


    In this scenario, it is May 10, 1940. German forces are massing on the eastern borders of Belgium, France, and the Netherlands. You may either lead the Invasion of France or defend against it.

    To begin the scenario, start a New Game, click on the Scenario button, and then select the "1940: The Invasion of France" scenario.

    Please check the Scenario Rules in the Great Library for more information about the scenario objectives, new tile improvements, and units, which are made specifically for this scenario.

    PLEASE NOTE: Prior to installing the Scenario, your version of Call to Power 2 must be upgraded by getting the 1.1 or 1.11 Patch, which is available from the Activision website. After upgrading your version to 1.1 or 1.11, you can then double click on the CTP2WW2.EXE to install the scenario. If you do not have version 1.1 of CTP2, you will be unable to install the WW2 Scenario. Also, the scenario is only designed to work on the US, UK, Italian, German, and Spanish versions of the game.

    We hope you enjoy the scenario. It is not part of the official product release, but was made for the CTP community. As such, please do not contact, Activision Customer Support regarding the scenario. Thank you for all of your support.

    The Call to Power 2 Team

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