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Welcome to Emergency Planet!

Welcome to Emergency-planet, the highest ranked resource site in English & Dutch for the international community of the games "Emergency" and "911: First Responders". These games put you in charge of different squads, under which are the Police, the Fire Department, the Ambulances and the Technical Units.

On our site you will find different types of content that will help you through your game and/or addition content to your game. We'd recommend you to register on our forum to stay informed of the latest things, even take a look in our download center, which includes many modifications for these games.

Have a question? Are you stuck in a mission? Problems with your game? Check the FAQ and our self-written walkthroughs and if that doesn't help, we'll be proud to offer you great support in our forum.
We wish you a nice stay,
The Emergency-Planet Team

What's New In The Community?

Latest News & Announcements:

New Euro Modding Section

Oct 03 2015 08:43 PM | Newfoundking in News & Announcements

After years of an emptying European Market, it's now our pleasure to create a new section devoted to just European Modding, as well as announce the appointment of a special moderator for this section.

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Updated Terms of Service

Sep 21 2015 02:30 PM | Newfoundking in News & Announcements

Our Terms have been updated to reflect some of the ways we have been dealing with problems we've encountered as of late. Click "terms" to agree and read.

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Submod/Mod New Rules

Sep 04 2015 10:08 PM | Newfoundking in News & Announcements

Hey everyone,The staff and modding community at Emergency-Planet have determined the need for a differentiation between different levels of mods out there. Since the release of the LA Mod as an open sourced modding tool, the community has changed a lot. We see a lot more mods released, however we've also seen a lot more content sharing. While this is great in one way, allowing the community to have more to enjoy, there is the problem of content crediting. Over the past few months, we've brought in some regulations to try to curb content use without permission and content theft. Those rules have been working good, but we wanted to make one more adjustment to make it clear to people looking the amount of effort put into a mod. This is the reason for a submod/mod distinction. Now all mods that do not have a minimum of 25% content AND their own original structure (not based off of another mod) will be called submods of another mod, to provide homage to the original authors who put in th...

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