Red Alert: A Path Beyond brings the exciting storyline and epic clashes from the classic Westwood Studios game, Command & Conquer: Red Alert to realm of first person shooters, with a twist. We've remained loyal to the style and feel of the 1996 classic, while integrating content from its expansions Counterstrike and The Aftermath with a bit of updated history to add to the mix. Built off the W3d engine Westwood Studios built for classics such as Earth & Beyond and Command & Conquer: Renegade finished up in 2001, we help bring the fight to you as you play out your role as any one of a number of infantry classes participating in team-based combat that often involves land, sea, and air combined-arms clashes that just don't happen in any other game. Oh, and did we mention it is FREE?

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RA:APB on Mac OS X
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TheNodCommander Apr 20 2012, 4:46am says:

Well thats good for the poor folks stuck with a Mac xP

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ImperialKaskins Apr 20 2012, 6:09am says:

lol xD

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sean.dybob Apr 20 2012, 6:53am says:

Does it use wine?

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Darklord42 Apr 20 2012, 8:54am says:

Yes, or more specifically wineskin which is a more mac appropriated version of wine. It takes the entire windows application and it's data files and bundles it together with wine, X11, server and various libraries into a nice MacOSX style click-able application.

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Darklord42 Apr 20 2012, 8:55am says:

note: water is nuclear-irradiated-yellow, haven't found a fix in wine yet. :(

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VulpineComplex Jun 19 2012, 9:24pm says:

Oh man, that brick texture. It's been a while.

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