Enter the C&C universe on foot as you wage war at ground level among the structures, vehicles and weapons made famous in the series. You assume the role of Havoc, wise-cracking GDI commando who fights and explores from a gripping first-person viewpoint. Battling through exotic indoor and outdoor environments, use your own mix of brute force, stealth and strategy in your mission objectives against the evil Brotherhood of Nod.
The Boeing Chinook is an American twin-engine, tandem rotor heavy-lift helicopter. Its primary roles are troop movement, artillery placement and battlefield resupply.
In C&C Renegade it carries on board only troops. In Commando Assault it also can pick up vehicles and finally... different cargos and loaded or empty CSV-trucks, and the new realistic physics which I added to the original game make Transport Helicopter the best and universal transport ever! Except it hasn't ropes while carrying the vehicle which is really weird :D and it cannot be equiped with two machineguns, it is made for balance (but you can pick up tank, and it will shoot targets for you). Maybe later guns will be available as an upgrade for your aircraft.
Also, due to new physics you can attach functions of transporting to any aircrafts without further re-modelling. Also tested online, and it works, as well as in offline mode. I guess, this is the second best hack I ever made after A10 physics for a whole game engine, so enjoy my update.
P.S.: A big thanks to Jonwill for idea of Carryall.
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Highest Rated (7 agree) 10/10
C&C Renegade is an awesome game, only thing was the graphics and the Multiplayer Practice. When you call for a nuke you expect a bit more...
Nov 22 2010 by NoblePhoenix8310