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Iron Within, Iron Without - HvsH - LowTech - Combat Mission: Cold War

Iron Within, Iron Without - HvsH - LowTech Image
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Iron Within, Iron Without - HvsH - LowTech

By Bartimeus
US 1 - 1 - 0 USSR
Rating: 7.05 (2)
Games Played: 2
SM: 6
Turns: 60
Type: Custom
First Side: US
Second Side: USSR
Downloads: 38
A HvsH scenario who will see two tank formations facing each other in the farming plain north of Hamelin.

Two version are available, one with “lowtech” tanks and one with “higher tech” tanks. Have a good fight !
Player Voting Stats
Member Balance Enjoyment
s_cm's Profiles_cm Slightly Pro US 10
naughtkris's Profilenaughtkris Moderately Pro US 7
Gaming Records
1st Side Player 2nd Side Player Result Score
USSR cargol's Profile cargol vs. Saber Six Saber Six's Profile US Draw 36 36
US s_cm's Profile s_cm vs. naughtkris naughtkris's Profile USSR US Total Victory 66 6
s_cm
Staff Sergeant
s_cm Tue Mar 12, 2024 3:39 pm
One of the best CM Cold War scenarios I've played so far.
turn based H2H with CMBN, CMRT, CM Black Sea, CMSF2, CM Cold War. Game engine v4.
naughtkris
First Sergeant
naughtkris Wed Mar 13, 2024 6:33 pm
A tank on tank battle with no territory control.

Pro: Excellent shape and landscape for the map.

Con: A reserve battalion of T-62s, no matter how upgraded, is not match for an equal point force of max upgraded M60s. The blue tanks might as well had cloaking devices when comparing the vision between the two tanks. The scenario recommends an aggressive tank push, but if either side (or worse, both) just hide behind their side of the map, then its becomes either a massacre or a snooze fest.

Overall- I'd be really interested in seeing this map used for a more conventional battle.
Saber Six
Private
Saber Six Frid Jun 14, 2024 7:08 pm
A large map with an interesting mix of suburban infrastructure, water, hills, & flat planes. U.S. MBT's are superior no surprise there. My only complaint is there is not enough incentive to go for it.