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People's General Website by ROBERT MARY
An addition to Peoples General adapted to WW2 by Mark Kirby

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The company was founded by Joel Billings, a war game enthusiast. He hired programmers John Lyon, who wrote Computer Bismarck, and Ed Williger, who wrote Computer Ambush. Both games were written in BASIC as were many more of SSI's games.Computer Bismarck was released for the Apple II in January 1980 and for the TRS-80 later in the year.

Ever since SSI released its first game the company has developed and published scores of wargames like : "Tigers In The Snow" (1981) -SSI's first game for the PC-, "Battles of Napoleon" (1989), "Waterloo" (1990) or "Clash of Steel" (1993).

In 1994 SSI released their most important game : "Panzer General" (innovative RPG elements, accesibility to non-wargamers). PG was the base for the Five Star system that carried SSI through five major games : "Panzer General", "Allied General", "Star General", "Fantasy General", and "Pacific General".

"Panzer General II" (1997) was the first major upgrade to the Five Star system and was the first title of a new series entitled "Living Battlefield".

Based on the Living Battlefield engine that made its debut with Panzer General II, "People's General" (1998) is a turn-based strategy game which takes a speculative look at the Eastern Hemisphere in the year 2005.

People's General uses an updated version of the graphics engine in Panzer General II, and the controls are similar.
One major difference with People's General as opposed to earlier SSI wargames is how airpower is handled.

SSI was acquired by Mindscape in 1994, which was in turn acquired by The Learning Company, which was "in turn" acquired by Mattel. From 2003 SSI is a brand name of Ubi Soft.:

An article about the whole SSI Panzer General series, including the legendary PG2 and People's General has been written by Théophile Monnier, at present the chief editor of "Cyberstratège", a French wargame magazine. This article can be found here

An article on PeG-WW2 written by Robert Mary can be found in a French wargame magazine called "Cyberstratège" (nr. 6) (click on the image to see it, an English translation stands on JP'z Panzer forum):

What is PeG ? Answers can be found on Redball's express forum

What is PeG-WW2 ? Answers and game screenshots can be found on JP'z Forum

Major hyperlinks about People's General can also be found on Redball's express forum there

The main People's General WW2 website is the JP'z Forum

Welcome :
This website has been created in order to allow players to download PeG-WW2 campaigns, most of them being a result of a conversion of PG2 campaigns originally created by various authors. Each campaign includes all *.map files, a readme file, the readme file from the PG2 original campaign designer, and an excel file including campaign flow with references to used map files.
Pre-requesite :
This site is intended for license owners of "Panzer General 2" and "People's General" SSI strategic games.
Players will not need PeG game because an installer programme named
PeG-WW2 Installer v 5.0 has been designed. They will also have to get S16 files or to convert SHP files into S16 format. Most of *.SHP file are available at Steve Brown's Website

PG2 Technical specs

  • Released: 1997
  • OS: Windows 95/98
  • System: Pentium-90 or equivalent
  • RAM:16 MB RAM
  • CD-ROM: 4X CD-ROM
  • Video Memory: 1 MB VRAM
  • Hard Drive Space: 25 MB
  • Mouse: Yes
  • Sound Board: Yes
  • DirectX: DirectX v5.0
  • Multiplayer options: LAN, Internet (TCP/IP)


PeG Technical specs

  • Released: 1998
  • OS: Windows 95/98
  • System: Pentium-166 or equivalent
  • RAM:32 MB RAM
  • CD-ROM: 8X CD-ROM
  • Video Memory: 2 MB VRAM
  • Hard Drive Space: 60 MB
  • Mouse: Yes
  • Sound Board: Yes
  • DirectX: DirectX v6.0
  • Multiplayer options: LAN, Internet (TCP/IP)

Navigation panel

6. Additional sounds
7. Additional movies
8. Utilities
9. PeG links
10. WW2 warfare links
Modgen.dat and Peoples.exe files

Size
Author
This WW2gen.dat includes all icons existing so far (for WW2 and WW1), so it can be used with PeG-WW2 and PeG-WW1. A ww2gen.txt file including icons descriptive is included. Modgen.dat is renamed WW2gen.dat in order to use PeG-WW2 2.7 executable file designed by Redball. Panernewbie's colorset is used. All flagsets, leadersets and medalsets are included. You should have DSL to download this huge file. Decompressed with Winrar it makes 161 MB.
37 MB
Robert Mary
This DAT file includes PeG interface icons and unit icons used for PeG Napoleonic only. Decompressed with Winrar it makes 17,7 MB.
3,4 MB
Robert Mary
This DAT file includes PeG interface icons and unit icons used for PeG ACW only. Decompressed with Winrar it makes 21,3 MB.
3,4 MB
Robert Mary
This DAT file includes PeG interface icons and unit icons used for PeG CW and PeG IDF only. Decompressed with Winrar it makes 77 MB.
26 MB
Robert Mary
Peoples.exe dedicated to PeG-WW2 (PeG-WW2 version 2.7), fully compatible with Mark Kirby's original Peoples.exe. BY is set to 1900, Western alliance is limited to the USA and Eastern alliance to Germany, and many more enhancements. The package includes peoples.exe, installation readme file, WW2gui.txt, WW2Misc.txt, WW2Names.txt, WW2tips.txt). See txt files included for details.
All usermade gamesets are based on this exe file named basic gameset.
724 kB
Redball

Gamesets (refer to adequate flagset, medalset, leaderset, game colorscheme, splashpage and many other attributes)

Important note: Use table of campaigns to select the adequate e-file and gameset applicable to the selected campaign (or use campaign readme files). Most of gamesets are already delivered with the game installer programme.

Peoples.exe (WW1-027e.exe) dedicated to PeG-WW1. This is a user gameset (made up via Luis Guzman's PeG Suite) based on the basic gameset made up by Redball for PeG-WW2 (WW2-027e.exe).
293 kB
Robert Mary
Peoples.exe (NAP-027e.exe) dedicated to PeG-Napoleonic. This is a user gameset (made up via Luis Guzman's PeG Suite) based on the basic gameset made up by Redball for PeG-WW2 (WW2-027e.exe). PeG-Napoleonic has graphics developped by Dragdasan, it is a variant of PeG-Napoleonic and must be used with PeG-Napoleonic Installer v 1.0.
293 kB
Robert Mary
Peoples.exe (NAP-027e.exe) dedicated to PeG-ACW. This is a user gameset (made up via Luis Guzman's PeG Suite) based on the basic gameset made up by Redball for PeG-WW2 (WW2-027e.exe). PeG-ACW has graphics developped by Dragdasan.
293 kB
Robert Mary
This is an alternative gameset for PeG-WW2, it uses Panzernewbie's colorset, US leaderset, US medalset and SSI flagset. To be used with US campaigns where Japan country is used.
293 kB
Robert Mary
This is an alternative gameset for PeG-WW2, it uses Panzernewbie's colorset, Soviet leaderset, Soviet medalset and SSI flagset. To be used with Soviet campaigns where Japan country is used.
293 kB
Robert Mary
This is an alternative gameset for PeG-WW2, it uses Panzernewbie's colorset, Soviet leaderset and Soviet medalset. To be used with Soviet campaigns. It is already included in PeG-WW2 Installer v 5.0.
293 kB
Robert Mary
This is an alternative gameset for PeG-WW2, it uses Panzernewbie's colorset, German leaderset, German neutral medalset and DAK flagset. To be used with German (Deutsches Afrika Korps) campaigns in Africa.
293 kB
Robert Mary
This is an alternative gameset for PeG-WW2, it uses Panzernewbie's colorset, Soviet leaderset and German neutral medalset. To be used with German campaigns on the Eastern Front. It is already included in PeG-WW2 Installer v 5.0.
293 kB
Robert Mary
This is an alternative gameset for PeG-WW2, it uses Panzernewbie's colorset, Standard leaderset and German neutral medalset. To be used with German campaigns on the Western Front. It is already included in PeG-WW2 Installer v 5.0.
293 kB
Robert Mary
This is an alternative gameset for PeG-WW2, it uses Panzernewbie's colorset, Standard leaderset and US medalset. To be used with US campaigns. It is already included in PeG-WW2 Installer v 5.0.
293 kB
Robert Mary
This is an alternative gameset for PeG-WW2, it uses Panzernewbie's colorset, British leaderset and British medalset. To be used with British campaigns. It is already included in PeG-WW2 Installer v 5.0.
293 kB
Robert Mary
This is an alternative gameset for PeG-WW2, it uses Panzernewbie's colorset, British leaderset and British medalset. To be used with French campaigns. It is already included in PeG-WW2 Installer v 5.0.
293 kB
Robert Mary
This is an alternative gameset for PeG-WW2, it uses Panzernewbie's colorset, Post-WW2 leaderset and Soviet medalset. To be used with Soviet campaigns versus USA from 1945.
293 kB
Robert Mary
This is an alternative gameset for PeG-WW2, it uses Panzernewbie's colorset, US Post-WW2 leaderset and US medalset. To be used with US campaigns versus USSR from 1945.
293 kB
Robert Mary
This is an alternative gameset for PeG-WW2, it uses Panzernewbie's colorset, UK Post-WW2 leaderset and British medalset. To be used with British campaigns versus USSR from 1945.
293 kB
Robert Mary
This is an alternative gameset for PeG-WW2, it uses Panzernewbie's colorset, German Post-WW2 leaderset and German medalset. To be used with German campaigns versus USSR from 1945. Beware that Germany belongs to "Allied" side as in any other 1946 gameset where the "Axis" opponent is clearly USSR.
293 kB
Robert Mary
This is an alternative gameset for PeG-WW2, it uses Panzernewbie's colorset, Post-WW2 leaderset, US medalset and Korean flagset. To be used with US campaigns in Korea.
293 kB
Robert Mary
This is an alternative gameset for PeG-WW2, it uses Panzernewbie's colorset, Post-WW2 leaderset, Soviet medalset and Korean flagset. To be used with North Korean or Chinese campaigns in Korea.
293 kB
Robert Mary
This is an alternative gameset for PeG-WW2, it uses Panzernewbie's colorset, Japanese leaderset, US medalset and Dragdasan's US start screen. To be used with US or USMC campaigns. It is already included in PeG-WW2 Installer v 5.0.
293 kB
Robert Mary
This is an alternative gameset for PeG-WW2, it uses Panzernewbie's colorset, Australian leaderset, British medalset and Dragdasan's Australian start screen. To be used with Australian campaigns.
293 kB
Robert Mary
This is an alternative gameset for PeG-WW2, it uses Panzernewbie's colorset, Japanese leaderset, Japanese medalset and Dragdasan's Japanese start screen. To be used with Japanese campaigns. It is already included in PeG-WW2 Installer v 5.0.
293 kB
Robert Mary
This is an alternative gameset for PeG-WW2, it uses Panzernewbie's colorset, Soviet leaderset and Finnish medalset. To be used with Finnish campaigns. It is already included in PeG-WW2 Installer v 5.0.
293 kB
Robert Mary
This is an alternative gameset for PeG-WW2, it uses Panzernewbie's colorset, Soviet leaderset and German neutral medalset. Germany and SS "countries" are part of the same alliance (meaning that the player can purchase both German and SS units). SS infantry units have a basic value of 11 instead of 10. To be used with German campaigns on the Eastern Front. All campaigns using the German Eastern Front gameset can be played with this alternative gameset.
293 kB
Robert Mary
This is an alternative gameset for PeG-WW2, it uses Panzernewbie's colorset, US leaderset and German neutral medalset. Germany and SS "countries" are part of the same alliance (meaning that the player can purchase both German and SS units). SS infantry units have a basic value of 11 instead of 10. To be used with German campaigns on the Western Front. All campaigns using the German Western Front gameset can be played with this alternative gameset.
293 kB
Robert Mary
These are alternate gamesets (German West, German East, German & SS West, German & SS East, British, US, US'46 and Soviet) and e-files (European, European'46 and DAK) to PeG-WW2 installer v 5.0. This package also includes a modified Waffen SS campaign.
1,1 MB
Treto
 
PeG - World War II
Campaigns
Release date
# of scen
PG2 Author
E-file
Gameset
Size
Author
June 04
20
Jorge Gabitto
141 kB
Robert Mary
Dec 04
34
Jorge Gabitto
214 kB
Robert Mary
June 04
31
Steve Brown
307 kB
Robert Mary
Nov 04
15
Adam Bolesta
97 kB
Robert Mary
Aug 05
27
Dennis Felling
156 kB
Robert Mary
Mar 06
33
S. Fuertes/
P. Schlegel
193 kB
Robert Mary
Sep 07
22
S. Fuertes
123 kB
Robert Mary
Aug 07
45
S. Fuertes/
P. Schlegel
233 kB
Robert Mary
Dec 04
33
Narayan Sengupta
259 kB
Robert Mary
Jan 05
19
Doug Hone
208 kB
Robert Mary
June 05
19
A PeG-WW2 campaign designed from scratch
100 kB
Mark Kirby
Sep 06
14
Steve Brown
99 kB
Robert Mary
Nov 06
17
Steve Brown
102 kB
Robert Mary
Nov 08
29
Steve Brown
154 kB
Robert Mary
May 07
24
Steve Brown
163 kB
Robert Mary
Dec 07
16
Dennis Felling
112 kB
Robert Mary
Jan 10
22
Michael J Pucci
134 kB
Michael Nowak/Robert Mary
Dec 06
16
William Dickens
82 kB
Robert Mary
Dec 06
19
Dennis Felling
90 kB
Robert Mary
May 05
32
Jorge Gabitto
216 kB
Robert Mary
Feb 10
22
Red Fox 34
115 kB
Michael Nowak/Robert Mary
July 06
16
MG43
122 kB
Robert Mary
Aug 06
12
Steve Brown
85 kB
Robert Mary
Aug 05
8
Matti
46 kB
Robert Mary
June 04
7
Santiago Fuertes
283 kB
Robert Mary
July 06
12
MG43
82 kB
Robert Mary
Jan 06
13
Pablo Schlegel
83 kB
Robert Mary
Jan 06
10
Arpitec
87 kB
Robert Mary
June 06
14
Jorge Gabitto
92 kB
Robert Mary
Mar 07
32
WonderDoc
257 kB
Robert Mary
Feb 07
20
Jorge Gabitto
112 kB
Robert Mary
Dec 06
11
Jorge Gabitto
96 kB
Robert Mary
June 06
22
Jorge Gabitto
189 kB
Robert Mary
May 06
26
Jorge Gabitto
152 kB
Robert Mary
Jan 06
16
MG43
104 kB
Robert Mary
Dec 05
21
Jorge Gabitto
159 kB
Robert Mary
Oct 05
21
Jorge Gabitto
213 kB
Robert Mary
Mar 05
6
Santiago Fuertes
56 kB
Robert Mary
Mar 05
17
Pablo Schlegel
121 kB
Robert Mary
Feb 05
25

S. Fuertes/
P. Schlegel

143 kB
Robert Mary
Sept 05
50
Jorge Gabitto
351 kB
Robert Mary
Mar 07
24
John McNulty
97 kB
Mark Kirby
Sept 08
24
John McNulty
1,1 MB
Mark Kirby
Feb 09
52
SSI
411 kB
Mark Kirby
Aug 06
31
Jorge Gabitto
179 kB
Robert Mary
Feb 07
6
Pablo Schlegel
366 kB
Robert Mary
Sept 04
12
Santiago Fuertes
78 kB
Robert Mary
Sept 05
11
Jorge Gabitto
81 kB
Robert Mary
Feb 05
37
S. Fuertes
/ P. Schlegel
199 kB
Robert Mary
Aug 08
25
Technique
500 kB
Robert Mary
Nov 08
50
Gordon N
284 kB
Robert Mary
Jan 09
10
Gordon N
70 kB
Robert Mary
Jan 09
30
Skotska Vysocina
147 kB
Robert Mary
Feb 09
19
Bob C
126 kB
Robert Mary
Feb 10
22
Michael J Pucci
134 kB
Michael Nowak/Lester Hathaway/Robert Mary
Apr 10
18
A PeG-WW2 campaign designed from scratch
112 kB
Lester Hathaway/Robert Mary
 
PeG - World War II: The Korean conflict
Campaigns
Release date
# of scen
PG2 Author
E-file
Gameset
Size
Author
May 06
12
S. Fuertes
/ P. Schlegel
84 kB
Robert Mary
Dec 06
14
Dennis Felling
114 kB
Robert Mary
Dec 07
9
S. Fuertes
80 kB
Robert Mary
 
PeG - World War I
Campaigns
Release date
# of scen
PG2 Author
E-file
Gameset
Size
Author
June 05
18
Toliy
139 kB
Robert Mary
Feb 07
9
WonderDoc
90 kB
Robert Mary
 
PeG - Napoleonic
Campaigns
Release date
# of scen
PG2 Author
E-file
Gameset
Size
Author
Mar 09
9
Konstantin Karatzas /
Juanjo Pineda
64 kB
Robert Mary
Jul 07
8
Konstantin Karatzas
49 kB
Robert Mary
Oct 07
6
A PeG-Napoleonic campaign designed from scratch
54 kB
Robert Mary
Nov 07
12
A PeG-Napoleonic campaign designed from scratch
86 kB
Robert Mary
Mar 09
9
A PeG-Napoleonic campaign designed from scratch
76 kB
Robert Mary
Mar 09
8
A PeG-Napoleonic campaign designed from scratch
67 kB
Robert Mary
Apr 09
11
A PeG-Napoleonic campaign designed from scratch
89 kB
Robert Mary
May 09
37
A PeG-Napoleonic campaign designed from scratch
Napoleonic
240 kB
Robert Mary
July 09
45
A PeG-Napoleonic campaign designed from scratch
Napoleonic
280 kB
Robert Mary
May 09
9
A PeG-Napoleonic campaign designed from scratch
75kB
Robert Mary
 
PeG - American Civil War
Campaigns
Release date
# of scen
PG2 Author
E-file
Gameset
Size
Author
Oct 09
15
A PeG-ACW campaign designed from scratch
66 kB
J. Starbuck and Colquhoun Grant
Oct 09
16
A PeG-ACW campaign designed from scratch
178 kB
Robert Mary
Oct 09
26
A PeG-ACW campaign designed from scratch
178 kB
Robert Mary
May 08
21
A PeG-ACW campaign designed from scratch
110 kB
Robert Mary and J Starbuck
Oct 09
12
A PeG-ACW campaign designed from scratch
74 kB
Robert Mary
Aug 08
06
A PeG-ACW campaign designed from scratch
48 kB
Robert Mary
 
Installation of additional maps
Background: This section has been created in order to clarify installation of maps for new comers who often forget to convert the maps into the adequate format before playing a campaign. As a result they believe that PeG campaigns are not playable, this section is dedicated to them. PeG is installed by default with a minimum number of maps. PG2 and PeG campaign designers saw soon the opportunity to develop and use "user-made" maps (*.map and *.SHP files).
Preliminary information: . PeG and PG2 are using the same maps (*.map files), however the *.SHP files (used for PG2) need to be converted into *.S16 files (for PeG). *.map files are always installed in a SCENARIO directory whereas *.S16 files must be installed in a MAP directory.
Step
Instructions
Links
1.
Install PG2 on your Hard Disk Drive.
2.
Install PeG-WW2 on your Hard Disk Drive.
3.
Install *.map files (always part of my campaign zip files) in PG2\SCENARIO and in PeG\SCENARIO. I also add in my campaign packages an Excel file showing the exact map required per scenario with its corresponding map number (which is often needed for identification purposes before download).  
4.
Download additional *.SHP files (see the "link" section below, there is not only Steve Brown's website but also Builder's Paradise, Panzer General2.com, the Latin's General, the Baltic's General, 5 Stars General, ...). Steve has a dedicated map section with a complete list of all user-made maps, including the corrected maps.
5.

Install the *.SHP files in PG2\MAP (nb: installing all existing user-made maps so far would require approximately 700 MB hard disk space, however just those I'm using are needed to play my converted campaigns).

 
6.
Install Luis Guzman's PeG Suite (preferably in the main directory of PeG).
7.
In the "Tools\settings and files" menu of Luis' PeG Suite, define the game folder of the PG2-SHP files.
 
8.
In the "View\Browser" menu of Luis' PeG Suite, click on "Convert from PG2 button", then define the "PeG Map folder" as PeG\Map. At this stage click on "OK" button and this is over: SHP files are automatically converted into S16 format and transfered into the adequate PeG directory (nb: converting all existing user-made maps so far would require approximately 1,4 GB hard disk space.
 
 
Equipment files
E-files
E-files specifications
Size
Author
Important note: Use table of campaigns to select the adequate e-file and gameset applicable to the selected campaign (or use campaign readme files).
This is basically a conversion of original SSI e-file (see table of campaigns for details).
You must use this e-file in combinaison with Mark Kirby's flagset or Audie Murphy's flagset # 1.

23 Kb
Mark Kirby
This e-file is compatible with Mark Kirby's one. It includes many new units and icons for each nation including Japan.
It must be used for all campaigns refering to Japan country such as Soviet "General Bistrov Special Breakthrough Corps" campaign as well as US "Screaming Eagle and Shattered Steel" campaign
. You must use this e-file in combinaison with Mark Kirby's flagset or Audie Murphy's flagset # 1.
30 Kb
Robert Mary
This e-file is compatible with version 3.07 with one limitation: there are no Japanese units. However it includes dedicated Canadian units as well as many more units from other nations.
This e-file can be used for most of campaigns on this website.
You must use this e-file in combinaison with Audie Murphy's flagset # 2 (already included by default in my WW2gen.dat).
30 Kb
Robert Mary
Alternate e-file from Borsook 100% compatible with my own European e-file v 1.02d (changes mostly carried out in unit values and properties)
30 Kb
Borsook

This e-file is compatible with the European e-file. The only changes are the sand camouflaged color of the icons for German units. This e-file is especially dedicated to the Deutsches Afrika Korps (DAK) campaign. You must use this e-file in combinaison with Audie Murphy's flagset # 2 (already included by default in my WW2gen.dat) or Audie Murphy's flagset # 4 with a specific DAK flag.

30 Kb
Robert Mary
This e-file is to be used for PeG-WW2 campaigns taking place on the Eastern Front (see table of campaigns for details). Changes were carried out in order to improve realism and gameplay. Soft attack value of all arty units has been reduced by 50%, all bombers (helo class #12) and air transport units (class #14) have a virtual fighter escort, furthermore fighter-bombers (TB class #11) are coupled with virtual bombers.
30 Kb
Robert Mary
Same e-file as Eastern Front v. 1.02 d (and fully compatible with it) but using ZY* icon series for German and Waffen SS units.
30 Kb
Robert Mary
This e-file is to be used for PeG-WW2 campaigns taking place on the Western Front (see table of campaigns for details).
30 Kb
Robert Mary
This e-file is to be used for PeG-WW2 campaigns taking place on the Pacific Front (see table of campaigns for details). Countries used are Japan, Japanese Navy, USA, USMC, Great-Britain, Australia, France, USSR, China and Chinese Communist Party.
30 Kb
Robert Mary
This e-file has to be used with the US campaign in Korea (1950-1953).
30 Kb
Robert Mary
This e-file has to be used with the Soviet Red World Order campaign (1945-1946) and with the US PeGWWII 1/2 campaign (1945-1946).
30 Kb
Robert Mary
This e-file has to be used with PeG-WW1.
30 Kb
Robert Mary
This e-file has to be used with PeG-Napoleonic. Same e-file as the one created by Robert Mary but references are made to all icons and new units designed by Fairline.
10 Kb
Fairline and Robert Mary
This e-file from Haleberdiers of the Viceroyhas to be used with PeG-Napoleonic. Main changes are: based on use of three unit types only: arty (arty class), cavalry (recon class), and infantry (infantry class). E-file fully compatible with mine.
10 Kb
Haleberdiers
This e-file has to be used with PeG-ACW. This e-file is 100% compatible with the original ACW e-file of Haleberdier, C Grant, Starbuck and R Mary but uses a complete different iconset (included in ACW DAT file) for units.
7 Kb
Fairline
 
PG2 Conversion tables for PeG-WW2 e-files
Conversion tables
Conversion tables specifications (used in Luis Guzman PG2 Suite)
Size
Author
This PG2 file allows the conversion of MG43 Composite e-file 1.7 to my Eastern Front e-file 1.02c
4 Kb
Robert Mary
This PG2 file allows the conversion of Santiago Fuertes' LG 3.1 e-file to my Eastern Front e-file 1.02c
4 Kb
Robert Mary
This PG2 file allows the conversion of Jorge Gabitto's CN 2.1 e-file to my Eastern Front e-file 1.02c
4 Kb
Robert Mary
 
Flagset files
Flagsets
Flagsets specifications
Size
Author
Important note: Flagsets are already included in the DAT file and gamesets refer to them. Just use table of campaigns to select the applicable gameset.
This is basically a conversion of original SSI flagset (this includes Japan and China).
7 Kb
Mark Kirby
This is the same flagset as Mark's one except that China is replaced by Canada. This flagset is provided for any campaign designer willing to build up a Canadian campaign without getting the German historical flag.
7 Kb
Audie Murphy
This is the same flagset as Mark's one except that China is replaced by Canada, Japan is replaced by Waffen SS and Germany has its historical flag. This flagset is already included by default in my WW2gen.dat.
7 Kb
Audie Murphy
This is a flagset dedicated to WW1 and Baltic Wars (1914-1926).
7 Kb
Audie Murphy
This is a flagset dedicated to DAK in WW2.
7 Kb
Audie Murphy
This is a flagset dedicated to Napoleonic Wars (1805-1815) and US Civil War (1861-1865).
7 Kb
Audie Murphy
This is a flagset dedicated to Eastern Front during WW2.
7 Kb
Audie Murphy
This is a flagset dedicated to WW2 in the Pacific and to the Korean war
7 Kb
Audie Murphy
This tool can be used to change the flagsets in the WW2gen.dat.
1.9 MB
Carl Johan Ankerstjerne
This is the update of the tool mentioned above. But this is only an "exe" file which cannot work without the installation of the previous release. I added a small readme file to the package. Just CTRL + LeftClick a selected S16 file to replace it by another one. Use this tool to add icons in the ww2gen.dat but also to change easily your flagset and medalset.
57 kB
Carl Johan Ankerstjerne
 
Extra sound files
Goldwave MUS to WAV converter located at Builder's Paradise website.
1,7 MB
Goldwave Inc.
Band of Brothers music files used in "Band of Brothers" campaign. They are accessible at Doug's Website under MUS format. Send me an e-mail if you want to get the converted WAV files.
4,5 MB
Doug Hone
 
Extra movie files
Main source of PG2 SMACK files, they can be converted into AVI format. Send me an e-mail if you want to get the converted SMACK files I use in my campaigns.
variable
Adlerkorps
1st step: Smacker tools used to convert each SMACK file into one AVI and one WAV file.
1.2 MB
Smacker Video
2nd step: Compilation tool to combine output files get via Smacker tool.
665 kB
Virtualdub
Readme file explaining how to use Smacker tools and Virtualdub.
4 kB
Dragdasan
 
Extra graphic (S16) files
Important note: All Medalsets & Leadersets are already included included in the DAT file and gamesets refer to them. Just use table of campaigns to select the applicable gameset.
Green Color scheme instead of the brown one used by default in PeG-WW2.
96 kB
Dragdasan
German medalset (already included by default in the WW2gen.dat on this website).
6 kB
Audie Murphy / Dragdasan
German medalset with historical Iron Cross 1939. Use PeG Modgen.dat creator in order to customize your own WW2gen.dat.
6 kB
Audie Murphy / Dragdasan
Soviet medalset. Use PeG Modgen.dat creator in order to customize your own WW2gen.dat.
12 kB
Audie Murphy / Dragdasan
US medalset. Use PeG Modgen.dat creator in order to customize your own WW2gen.dat.
6 kB
Audie Murphy / Dragdasan
UK medalset. Use PeG Modgen.dat creator in order to customize your own WW2gen.dat.
6 kB
Audie Murphy / Dragdasan
German WW1 medalset (already included by default in the full WW2gen.dat on this website).
6 kB
Audie Murphy / Dragdasan
French medalset. Use PeG Modgen.dat creator in order to customize your own WW2gen.dat.
6 kB
Audie Murphy / Dragdasan
Japanese medalset. Use PeG Modgen.dat creator in order to customize your own WW2gen.dat.
4 kB
Audie Murphy / Dragdasan
Finnish medalset. Use PeG Modgen.dat creator in order to customize your own WW2gen.dat.
4 kB
Audie Murphy / Dragdasan
French Napoleonic medalset refered to by PeG Napoleonic gameset.
6 kB
Audie Murphy / Dragdasan

To be used with PeG Napoleonic gameset and campaigns.

1 kB
Audie Murphy /
Dragdasan
This is the standard leaderset where the US white star has been replaced by the Soviet Red star. To be used with Luis' gamesets and campaigns on the Eastern Front.
1 kB
Dragdasan
This is the standard leaderset where the US white star has been replaced by the British insigna. To be used with Luis' gamesets and campaigns with Tommies.
1 kB
Dragdasan
This is the standard leaderset where the US white star has been replaced by the French insigna. To be used with Luis' gamesets and campaigns with Frenchies.
1 kB
Dragdasan
This is the standard leaderset where the German cross has been replaced by the Sovied red star. To be used with Luis' gamesets and campaigns with USA versus USSR from 1945.
1 kB
Dragdasan
This is the standard leaderset where the German cross has been replaced by the Sovied red star. To be used with Luis' gamesets and campaigns with USA versus USSR from 1945.
1 kB
Robert Mary
This is the standard leaderset where the German cross has been replaced by the Japanese Red dot. To be used with Luis' gamesets and campaigns on the Pacific Theatre.
1 kB
Dragdasan
This is the standard leaderset where the German cross has been replaced by the Japanese Red dot and where the US white star has been replaced by the British insigna.To be used with Luis' gamesets and campaigns on the Pacific Theatre.
1 kB
Dragdasan
This is the standard leaderset where the German cross has been replaced by the Finnish insignia, the US white star has been replaced by the Soviet Red star. To be used with Luis' gamesets and campaigns on the Eastern Front lead by Finland.
1 kB
Audie Murphy /
Dragdasan
 
Utilities
Luis Guzman's convertor utility allowing conversion of shp files (maps and icons) into s16 format (Windows programme)
112 kB
Luis Guzman
The best scenario, campaign and saved game editor ever made!

633 kB

Luis Guzman

PeG Suite user's guide (to be saved in a separate directory). The zip file includes detailed intructions about the Suite, namely for gamesets.
457 kB
Luis Guzman
Map editor
354 kB
Luis Guzman
All map names. Use with Luis' PEG Scenario Editor
356 kB
Various authors
All map files.
559 kB
Various authors
Map names I produced (some of them are not on Builder's paradise website). Use with Luis' PEG Scenario Editor.
10 kB
Robert Mary
PEG Modgen.dat creator.
209 kB
Luis Guzman
This files gives an overview of main People's General technical specifications
696 kB
Redball
This file allows calculation of prestige settings within campaign play
25 kB
Devore
People's General Custom campaign creation v. 1.2
28 kB
Narayan Sengupta
Links
Links dedicated to PeG documentation
People's General Manual
Official SSI game manual (3,7 MB pdf file download)
People's General Hints and Strategies
Written by Stany and adapted by Robert Mary (changes are layout, spelling and wording)
People's General Strategy guide revision 1.0
Written by Mark Kirby
PG2 to PeG campaign conversion guide version 5.0
Written by Robert Mary (just follow the steps to convert PG2 campaigns or to build up campaigns from scratch)
 
Links dedicated to PeG and PG2
Where PeG fans gather to discuss about the game. PeG links are there
Where to download PG2 map files. There is a link to Steve Brown's website (extra maps).
Where to download map files (to be converted for PeG)
Where to download map files (to be converted for PeG)
Many useful links to PG2 world
Where to download map files. Leonid Usachev's PG2 website
A website dedicated to graphical modifications to PeG exe file enabling 1024x768 and 1280x1024 resolutions (instead of 800x600).
Where to download PeG, PG2 and other SSI games

The most complete website about PeG (maps, campaigns and scenarios included)

Where to download Luis' PeG and PG2 Suites, Map tool, ...

Where to download PG2 and PeG extra maps, corrected versions of old maps and most of PG2 campaigns.

Where to download PG2 Maps

Great site for SMK (to be converted under GIF format) and MUS (to be converted under WAV format) files. You can also find the latest Datup file (with all recent icon files in SHP format) which can be used to create a big modgen.dat.

A website dedicated to PG2 campaigns designed by Dennis Felling

A website dedicated to PG2 campaigns designed by MG43

Where to download PeG scenarios

Where to download map files (to be converted for PeG)

Where to download PG2 map files (to be converted for PeG)
and PG2 campaigns

Our forum where PeG and PG2 fans gather to discuss about the games

French forum (of a wargame magazine) where PeG-WW2 is discussed

Article about PeG-WW2 in Wikia

Photobucket, a website allowing to upload images and to link them on forums. My personnal album stands here

Wargames4you, a site Dedicated to All Turn Based Wargames (including PeG and PG mods)
Links to music files
Where to download wav files (national anthems)
Allows conversion of sound files into appropriate wav format for PeG (Debit : 88Kbps, Audio sample size : 8 bits, Channel : 1 (mono), Audio sampling rate : 11 Khz, Audio format : PCM)
Where to download wav files (WW2 historical speeches and broadcasts)
Tool allowing conversion of PG2 MEL and MUS files under WAV (or MP3) format
How to contact me ?

By mail
All comments good or bad are welcome