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  • C&C Generals & DoW style gameplay

  • Create your own army via Faction Editor

  • Play your own country thanks to ability select any of 50 countries for your custom army

  • Over 100 units available

  • Iron balance thanks to our points system in Army Editor

  • Naval mode - destroyers, subs, aircraft carriers waiting for your orders, admiral

  • Immerse storyline on how did we get from now to post-nuclear fallout.

  • Create your own military scenarios between any sides, any conflict. You don't have to wait for Serbia vs. Germany mod anymore to model this conflict or any other



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9 comments by Ilves on Apr 1st, 2015

According to financial experts by 2016 the amount of mobile games will take 80% of the whole game market and approximately 60% of PC games released next year will fail in sails. To level up with the ever changing reality we made the only right choice possible - we will refit the game to run on iOS, Anroid and popular Chinese Ondruid mobile platforms.

To make it happen we were left with no choice but to remake the whole graphic content of the game. Of course the storyline will be refitted accordingly. Our story begins inside an ancient Cubsis 500 personal computer (512 Kb RAM, 128 Kb VRAM, no Internet).

For centuries the local intelligent digital entities known as Cuboids have lived in peace and splendor, not knowing a thing about money, war and strife. So lasted before Two Sinful Floppy Disks were inserted by some malicious hand in the computer… The first Sinful Floppy Disk contained a folder labeled “18+” from which the Cuboids got aware of war, tanks, Lady Gaga, pornography, sins, nationalism and countries.

The Cuboids quickly degenerated and got tainted. They divided into two antogonistic sects of ProtoCubes (who believed only “pure” cuboids are worthy of living in Cubsis) and The Low Polygon Union (who were a bit less pop eyed, but yeah anyway…). They started creating 100-polygon tanks and destroyed each other just for fun. It all got even worse when the invisible hand inserted the Second Sinful Floppy Disk in the PC. That floppy contained malicious pieces of program code known as Overrated Legions. The Overrated Legions come from another operating system and are too heavy to fit in the RAM of Cubsis with the rest...

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CTLN7
CTLN7 Jan 15 2015, 2:18pm replied:

For now yes

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Sarge_Rho
Sarge_Rho Jan 11 2015, 5:40pm replied:

The idea is that IM is nuts and awesome, Russia is realistic and "normal", and EU is over the top futuristic.

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TeutonicKnigth125
TeutonicKnigth125 Jan 13 2015, 5:12am replied:

How over the top futuristic is EU gonna be?

I hope not by a hughe margin.

Also: What Russian mech?!?!?

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TypicalRussianIvan
TypicalRussianIvan Jan 13 2015, 9:56am replied:

There were some concepts of light and heavy space marines.
The light one was resembling GDI Zone Trooper, while the variational concepts of the heavy one were mostly resembling the mix of Warhammer Dreadnaught and this thing from Lost Planet.
Xbox360media.ign.com

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Guest Jan 12 2015, 7:42pm replied:

Seriously though, Russia seems a little too "normal".

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TypicalRussianIvan
TypicalRussianIvan Jan 12 2015, 2:56am replied:

But won't Russia look too boring? It won't differ from Clancy's Endwar, World in Conflict, Wargame Russia. It should have at least interesting units. Not just BTR, T-90 that almost every game has. Something interesting, even prototypes that didn't come real because of being too expensive or physics.

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CptIstvanofArdeal
CptIstvanofArdeal Jan 4 2015, 3:14pm replied:

I don't think so

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TypicalRussianIvan
TypicalRussianIvan Jan 4 2015, 12:46pm replied:

Russia has mech.
You understand that? Mechs.
Big anime-like humanoid robots.
I think it's better than plasma-tanks and hovercrafts.

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