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carlost800

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#1069925 Profiles differences

Posted by carlost800 on 22 October 2017 - 03:54 AM

I'm reading the profiles of commandos in the manuals in spanish and english, and I found some interesting info.

There are differences in some details of profiles in bel manual in english, that are different accordingly to spanish manual in name or nicknames.

 

Natasha (ukrainian joined to the dutch resistance).

BTCOD (e): Name: Natasha van de Zand. A.K.A "Lips".

Commandos 2 (e): Name: Natasha Nikochevski. A.K.A "Seductress".

BTCOD (s): Name: Natasha van de Zand. A.K.A "Labios".

Commandos 2 (s): Name: Natasha Nikochevski. A.K.A "La seductora".

 

Driver.

BEL (s): Name: Samuel. A.K.A "Brooklyn". He says his name is Sam.

BTCOD (s, e): Name: Samuel. A.K.A "Brooklyn". He says his name is Sam.

Commandos 2 (s): Name: Samuel. A.K.A "Brooklyn".

BEL (e): Name: Sid Perkins A.K.A "Tread". He says his name is Sid.

Commandos 2 (e): Name: Sid Perkins. A.K.A "Tread".

 

Green Beret.

BEL (s): Name: Jack O´Hara. A.K.A "Butcher".

BTCOD (s, e): Name: Jack O´Hara. A.K.A "Butcher".

Commandos 2 (s): Name: Jack O´Hara. A.K.A "Butcher".

BEL (e): Name: Jerry McHale. A.K.A "Tiny".

Commandos 2 (e): Name: Jerry McHale. A.K.A "Tiny".

 

Sapper.

BEL (s): Name: Thomas Hancock. A.K.A. "Fireman".
BTCOD (s, e): Name: Thomas Hancock. A.K.A. "Fireman".

Commandos 2 (s): Name: Thomas Hancock. A.K.A. "Fireman".

BEL (e): Name: Thomas Hancock. A.K.A. "Inferno".

Commandos 2 (e): Name: Thomas Hancock. A.K.A. "Inferno".

 

Spy.

BEL (s): Name: Rene Duchamp. A.K.A "Frenchy".

BTCOD (s, e): Name: Rene Duchamp. A.K.A "Frenchy".

Commandos 2 (s): Name: Rene Duchamp. A.K.A "Frenchy".

BEL (e): Name: Rene Duchamp. A.K.A "Spooky".

Commandos 2 (e): Name: Rene Duchamp. A.K.A "Spooky".




#1064296 Pyro confirms a new Commandos game for mobile phones and tablets

Posted by carlost800 on 19 August 2017 - 06:29 AM

I found this notice in spanish: it says that the game would have been a remake of the first commandos game but with characters of cartoons similar to Clash of Clans.

 

Source:

https://www.elconfidencial.com/tecnologia/2017-07-01/commandos-videojuegos-zed-udef-subvenciones_1407937/



#1061625 3 Recovered Alpha Commandos 2 Missions

Posted by carlost800 on 06 July 2017 - 05:26 PM

I comment all this without much info about the files, this is a general info, but maybe can help.

The 0x1A character is named SUB, is invisible character, used in the past for indicate the end of a file. Because is invisible, maybe it was removed by a text editor that only support visible characters. Also, the 0x0D 0x0A is the sequence characters used in windows for indicate a new line, in linux is used only 0x0D.

The 0x0D 0x0A or 0x0D can be easily switching in a editor the End of line option where you can choose between: windows and linux. Also can be verified in some hex editor for found some garbage sequences like: 0x0D 0x0A 0x0A.

The missing 0x1A maybe can be inserted manually following some pattern used in other similar files. If some section of the text seems the end of a file, put a 0x1A in that position.

 

Edit: I look inside the file and the header says that is A BSMB file, the commdevtoolkit source code have a source code for convert it (FileSystem\Comm2\BSMB.vb), and also a format specification (Doc\Comm2_BSMB.en.txt). Maybe it cannot converted because some missing think in the format specification. Maybe also it can be recovered, Looking inside step by step carefully, maybe adding some padding, I think that if for example some instruction says: read size in the offset 100, and that offset not have that info because maybe BSMB file uses 0x0D characters for the new line, and in the source code there are 0x0D 0x0A, that 0x0A move the offset where exists the info. Is all theory.