Open-Source reimplementation of Westwood’s Command & Conquer: Red Alert game engine, updated to use the hardware acceleration of modern video cards using OpenGL and OpenAL for sound playback. It runs natively on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. The game was designed with modifiability in mind, but is not identical to the original. Campaigns and mods made for the legacy game won't work out of the box.

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A10 Napalm Strike
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Templarfreak May 11 2014, 4:16pm says:

What do you mean "More consistent with the custscenes"? I always thought they did pretty much did the same thing, fly around dropping bombs. xD

Will the Airstrike be available to both GDI AND Nod like it's suppose to be? Or just GDI like how the Campaigns were? (Funny thing: In the Nod Campaigns, you actually CAN get access to the A10-Airstrike...I forgot how though.)

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V.Metalic May 13 2014, 5:14pm replied:

For both.

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missledef200 May 11 2014, 7:40pm says:

Really cool.

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The Tiberian Dawn mod is a polished version of the original Command & Conquer. It features numerous improvements such as this airstrike which is more consistent with the cut-scenes.

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