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Dr. Steel's Command and Conquer: WORLD DOMINATION
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sting2death Author
sting2death

Description from the website:-
PC or Macintosh
Strategically place your robot armies, factories and amusement parks to take over the world!

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tomsons26
tomsons26

Guess we can add another game to the canceled list at the main page :{
Can anyone try asking about it at the Petro forums?
It could be unofficial because there is no TM at the bottom at the R and the font is wrong, the & does not align with the M either.

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tomsons26
tomsons26

Wait i just noticed "Place your vote to make this product a reality"

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sting2death Author
sting2death

This was more of a parody than an actual game in development, to add to the Dr. Steel character's character.

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SoraZ
SoraZ

I guess that's what happens when Kain becomes neither the leader of a world-spanning religious technocracy nor an actor.

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Zocker4ever
Zocker4ever

His music is indeed awesome. Thanks for showing me Dr. Steel!
Great industrial music style. But we decide it.

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Who is Dr. Steel?
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I remembered Dr. Steel had a website that sold this parodied game, among other bizarre things, after revisiting his awesome music, I decided to revisit his website, but alas it was close, and I found out that the good doctor had retired. Never the less, I used archive.org's "Wayback machine" to explore the old website, I successfully found the item, though it was only around 290 by 230 pixels, I tried to enlarge and enhance with my limited PS skills. I thought it would be interesting to post it.
Here is the website's screen shot, and origin of the image:
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