kyrub's SMAX patch
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Description: The patch includes latest Scient's Unofficial patch for SMAX  (see

and it adds these few fixes on top:

unit limit, changed by scient, is back (crashed the game)

automatic energy stockpiling bug is fixed

swapbase bug, which made the AI swap bases in a ridiculously bad deals

AI basic terraforming (and automated basic terraforming) completely rebuilt, should be more competent

children creche, brood pit combat bonuses now work like they should
Keywords: SMAX,patch,kyrub 
Posted by: kyrub November 04, 2012, 10:40:49 AM

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June 15, 2013, 09:22:28 PM
THE go-to patch (as of 6/2013) for SMAX. Stable, improves terraforming AI slightly. Unfortunately, the bulk of Kyrub's work is towards SMAC. So, unlike Kyrub's other works, you miss out on the vastly improved AI.

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