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That is not trivial. By the way, we do have a Minecraft server now; check our site for mroe information.
Private testing. A lot of code was recently written for the new naval stuff (due in a future version) that will also allow us to more elegantly implement aircraft.
Hey guys, we've got a Mac version inbound. Hope you find it handy.
Apparently the server glitched out. Several naval units are in the game, just normaly unavailable.
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That's what it's for!
Well we've got some changes that'll likely reduce CPU use, too
We've used Hell March in virtually every other trailer we've done, so we wanted a change of pace!
It uses more and more memory over time, so slowdowns and instability.
There's a memory leak we need to address
We're waiting for a few critical codefixes, and a smaller patch will be available soon. The one after that, we're still working out the features and timing for.
Some of the required code (scripts 4) is incomplete, some of the required assets are also incomplete.
What are your talents?
It's available on our Youtube.com page as well.
We periodically do a call for new testers, there was one not too long ago.
You saw that, huh? :) We've been testing it for a bit.
They've been removed for now, and will all be redone later.
Please refer to this news post at Moddb.com to see the list of infantry planned. It's a little out of date but accurate for the most part.
It'll take a couple minutes, the original file's around 570mb. Definitely worth the wait though. Actually, it just finished.
He's pretty bad against infantry, especially at mid-range.
Yeah, we could. Never really thought about it though.
No problem, I hope you have fun and enjoy the game.
Hey guys, Red Alert: A Path Beyond 2.1.1 is out now! So is the fan project mapping-and-modding SDK, with all the tools and docs we use when we work on APB, Apocalypse Rising, and Reborn.
I've put them in the downloads section.
Same for Apocalypse Rising, if that wasn't evident.
When it's time for the Reborn client release, it will say "Reborn" at the top instead :)
This SDK is sufficient to get started on designing maps and custom content for TS:Reborn however! It's what I use internally, just with a different set of data files.
That sounds like the right installer. Looking at my own installation, it's 1.15 GB (1,239,464,315 bytes). The launcher constitutes 1.91 MB (2,007,040 bytes) of that. Could you check your folder properties and see how much space it's taking?
You aren't on some kind of restricted user account on your computer are you? The launcher contains some extra bits to request permission (UAC stuff) to check certain things. I wonder if it's being blocked somehow.
I've uploaded a copy for you to Bluehellproductions.com -- you'll have to rename it to apblauncher.exe (without the 211) if you want the shortcuts to work again.
Which mirror did you use? What was the filesize of the installer you downloaded? I've never heard of this happening but perhaps nobody else has mentioned it yet and there's a bad file out there somewhere.
Please check the main folder where the game is installed and see if the launcher's located there; the path will be similar to:
C:\Program Files\Bluehell Productions\Red Alert - A Path Beyond Gamma 2.1.1\
The file you are looking for is apblauncher.exe; note that if you have a 64 bit Windows, it'll be in Program Files (x86) because that is where 32 bit applications go.
Phase Tanks are very difficult to see, but not invisible and certainly not undetectable!
While you cannot see them until they are quite close, you can hear their engine rumbling as they approach, and they appear as a faint blip on your radar. If you sense a Phase Tank in the area, check your radar for a hint as to its heading, and start firing in that direction; when a Phase Tank is hit by weaponry it will glimmer, so don't hesitate to spray around with a rifle or machine gun if you're on foot.
Base defenses are merely much more alert than your average player who will let a Phase Tank drive right over them :)
Ah, alright. Yes, sounds like you just don't support it.