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      JointOps Games and Mods

      Note: The following games/mods have their own unique aspects; i.e., weapons, players classes, vehicles, buildings/structures/objects, enemy AI, animals/birds/insects, terrain, sound effects, etc.

      It should be noted that one must have a legitimate registered copy of both JO:TR and JO:E on their hard drive prior to being allowed/able to download the additional mods.

      It should also be noted that these mods are map specific (you can only play maps specially designed for the particular mod); however, many JO:TR and JO:E maps can be played via IC4 and via AW2, but not vice versa.



      JO:TR = Joint Operations Typhoon Rising (the multiplayer game which started it all)

      JO:E = Joint Operations Escalation (the add-on to JO:TR which broke records for multi-player online gaming)

      (Note: JO:TR and JO:E together have been also referred to as Combined Arms.)


      IC = International Conflict (the actual first add-on mod for JO:E. IC was subsequently replaced by IC4.)

      IC4 = International Conflict 4 (which replaced the IC mod after some important fixes)

      IC:E - International Conflict: Europe (the add-on mod for IC/IC4)

      Reality = Reality mod

      SG1/SG2 = Stargate 1 and 2 mod

      S'nA = Shock and Awe mod

      AW1 = Advanced Warfare mod (subsequently replaced by AW2)

      AW2 = Advanced Warfare 2 mod (which replaced the AW1 mod after some important fixes)


      Note: There are also other Delta Force games which have their own custom maps...

      DFX/DFX2 = Delta Force Extreme 1 and 2

      DFLW = Delta Force Land Warrior

      DFTFD = Delta Force Task Force Dagger

      DFBHD = Delta Force Black Hawk Down

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