L I B E R A T I O N C A M P A I G N
(c) 1995 TCSC Associates
TCSC Add-On Campaigns for DI's TORNADO
Flight-Simulation (for the IBM PC)
Exclusively distributed to registered TCSC
All the Command Campaign Scenarios in the European Warzones 1 - 3 in DI's
TORNADO simulation are all very similar: The blue forces basically want to
defend their own territory, and the orange forces want to conquer the whole
map. The campaigns always start with both parties having the same level of
morale, supply and strength. If you follow the hints given in TCSC, you will
quickly learn how to win these campaigns.
This new 'Liberation' Campaign, taking place in Warzone # 2, is a new
challenge we present to the TORNADO Community. In this campaign, the blue
forces have the aim to conquer (well, liberate ;) ) the whole map area and
the orange forces have the aim to conquer just a bit of blue territory. The
campaign starts after orange forces have made a surprise attack on blue
territory, leaving the blue forces at an initial disadvantage in terms of
morale, supplies and military strength. Can you win this conflict? Even
a ceasefire should be considered an achievement under these circumstances!
If you have Tornado version 1.0c, copy the file LIB10C.EXE to your main
Tornado directory on your hard disk (the directory with the FLIGHT, AMP,
LOG etc subdirectories). If you are running Tornado from a CD-ROM (there
are several versions of Tornado that allow Tornado to run from a CD-ROM),
you will probably find the same directory structure that's on the CD-ROM
'mirrored' on a hard disk. In this case, copy the file LIB10C.EXE to the
main Tornado directory in this mirrored directory structure.
If you have Tornado version 1.0e, copy the file LIB10E.EXE instead of
LIB10C.EXE to the main Tornado directory.
If you have a version of Tornado other than 1.0c and 1.0e, we suggest
that you first update your version. There are free updates available
for the following versions:
1.0,1.0a,1.0b ---> 1.0c
1.0d ---> 1.0e
See the appendix at the end of this file for information concerning
Now execute the copied program (LIB10C.EXE or LIB10E.EXE resp.), it will
self-extract the necessary files.
The program will not overwrite or alter any files of your original Tornado
installation. If you get a warning about a file being overwritten, then you
probably made a mistake installing the files. Answer the warning with "N" to
prevent any files being overwritten.
3) Starting the Liberation campaign
Enter the command campaign window of Tornado and select warzone # 2.
If you want to remove the liberation campaigns for some reason, just delete
the files C:\TORNADO\AMP\MAP3\COMM4.MIS and C:\TORNADO\AMP\MAP3\COMM4.DTA,
you may have to make obvious changes to the path of the files if your main
Tornado directory is not C:\TORNADO.
In no event shall the authors be liable for any direct, indirect, special,
incidental, emotional or consequential damages with respect to this software
and manual. The authors make no warranties, either express or implied, with
respect to this software and the manual, and expressly disclaim all implied
warranties, including without limitation, the warranty of merchantability,
political correctness and of fitness for a particular purpose.
6) Licence Terms
This software is NOT Shareware, Freeware or Public Domain software. Only
registered users of Tornado Staff and Command College (TCSC) are allowed to
use it. This patch may not be copied or uploaded to a BBS/online service
without the consent of its authors.
7) Appendix: free Tornado updates
Updates of Tornado are available via the Internet and via CompuServe:
Look at these FTP sites on the internet
On CompuServe, scan the libraries in the GAMBPUB forum (Spectrum Holobyte
Section) and the "Other Publishers" section of the GAMAPUB forum.