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Hi I was was wondering if anyone has found out if some of the old unofficial expansions and mappacks for Warcraft 2 will work with this version. For those that aren't aware there was a number of unauthorized expansion packs for this game during the late 90s. and a couple that were. While their quality is dubious I am a completionist at heart and would be curious if any would work or would even be worth the effort of getting.

a example of some unauthorized ones

https://www.amazon.com/Aztechs-Armory-Campaigns-Warcraft-II-Mac/dp/B0011FQBWE

https://www.amazon.ca/Morecraft-for-Warcraft-II-PC/dp/B000EHP38S

some examples of authorized ones.

https://wow.gamepedia.com/W!Zone

https://wow.gamepedia.com/The_Next_70_Levels

here's the complete list on mobygames
https://www.mobygames.com/game-group/warcraft-universe/offset,25/so,1d/

if we can rule out which one's work and how to find them and get them to work that would be great.

maybe even make this thread a sticky and find the hidden gems in this stack of bargain basement extensions and bootlegs.
Post edited March 29, 2019 by SummersetBanjo
I mean there's War2 occult with a bunch of custom maps (Known as PUDs back in the day). Other treasure troves may be around online where additional maps can be found.
http://occult.war2.ru/mapweek.php

I'd love to see these campagins that were actually sold, they sound intriguing! :D
Most of the unofficial expansions are just user-made maps taken from the Internet. They should work fine, or at least do in the old Battlenet version.
I had found a site a few years ago that had practically (maybe all?) warcraft 2 map pack CD's for download. I can't remember where it was, but I'm fine giving you a link to my google drive where I have all the maps stored. A lot of the collections had duplicate maps, so I had used a duplicate file finder to clear out the duplicates, so you might find some empty or very small folders. I even have the popular kpud collection and Blizzard's very short lived Warcraft 2 Map of the week collection in there.
Post edited August 21, 2019 by jakeximus
Good news, I found the site that I had pulled all the extras from: If you look in the "See also" section, that's where it has links to practically all the add-ons for Warcraft 2 that were ever released.