NovaPunch is a mod that's been around for quite a while. It originally was a joining of two large mods (SIDR by NovaSilisko and Wobbly Rockets by SundayPunch). Tiberion continued it, and added a third pack (Assorted Hardware by CaptainSlug) and other parts.
I hated to see it fall the the demands of Real Life, so I'm going to try and continue this mod for while. It's a really good basic pack of parts for adding some serious lifting capacity to your space program. Download now, and we'll throw in a basic Mun exploration pack!
PLEASE NOTE: The landing legs do not function yet. Please see the forum thread for current details.
Remove existing "GameData\NovaPunch2" folder from Tiberion's version unless you want duplicate parts. Do NOT remove \Gamedata, just the subfolder 'NovaPunch2".
Remove existing "Gamedata\NovaPunch" folder from previous installs of this version. Do NOT remove \Gamedata, just the subfolder 'NovaPunch".
Open up the downloaded .zip file
Drag and drop the enclosed GameData directory on top of your GameData directory. You should end up with a directory named "NovaPunch" inside it, with all your other mods. You should NOT have \GameData\GameData\NovaPunch. That way lays madness.
(Optional) Give some feedback and/or thoughts in the forum thread.
Released on 2019-02-17
Fix several bulkhead size errors
Released on 2019-02-14
Fixed the NP_lfe_25m_Orbitalbertha engine
Released on 2019-02-13
Thanks to forum user @SpinkAkron for noticing these errors: Fixed bulkheadProfiles in the following: NP_interstage_375m_5m_SAS NP_interstage_375m_5m_tank? NP_interstage_5m_375m_plate NP_decoupler_stack_5
Released on 2019-01-22
Added back lines which were accidently deleted from the 2.5m Bronco Single engine
Released on 2019-01-20
Added missing bulkheadProfiles
Released on 2019-01-09
No changelog provided
Released on 2018-12-06
Thanks to @Shadowmage: Updated ML-22 Landing Leg Thanks to @taniwha: The M50 Main rocket Engine is again available
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