Nuclear Dawn is a game that combines intense visceral and violent First Person Shooter action with fast-paced Real Time Strategy in the aftermath of a devastating apocalyptic world war. Storm a building as an assault trooper, cling to the shadows with active stealth, or unleash incredible firepower from a high-tech suit of exo-armour, or lead as a commander, marshalling resources and deploying weapons and equipment for your troops You, the player, have the responsibility and the power to decide the outcome of every engagement. If your opponents are lucky there will be enough of them left to bury.

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The third of six tutorial videos to help players learn the ropes of Nuclear Dawn's gameplay and challenges. Start studying!

Posted by iwBen on Sep 21st, 2011
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The following is part 3 in a series of Nuclear Dawn tutorials, with this instalment covering power distribution.

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the*Joker Sep 21 2011 says:

You know, there's at least one typo in each of these tutorials.


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iwBen Sep 21 2011 replied:

Where? :O

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the*Joker Sep 21 2011 replied:


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TimeCrab Sep 21 2011 replied:

It's only Instal'l'ment in American English bro. The traditional way is with 1 l, it's like colour vs. color etc

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the*Joker Sep 21 2011 replied:

Oh wow, really? That's interesting, I never knew that. And to be honest, I prefer colour over color as it seems more formal, or just a more intelligent way of writing it.

And to be honest again, installment looks better than instalment.

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Alex2the3gr8 Sep 22 2011 says:

How will you access these videos? Are they linked to the tutorials in the menu?

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iwBen Sep 22 2011 replied:

Yep- as of our patch this past Monday that tutorials button in-game lets players watch and learn in-game. There will be two more videos added in the next patch!

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Metalspy Sep 22 2011 says:

This still looks like an interesting game.
However.. I'm still worried about having very few people playing after a week :/ Because that usually happens to the 'smaller' games.

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