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Advanced Warfare is a Sci-Fi mod for Red Alert 3, however, realistic gameplay elements, which does _NOT_ imply scientific correctness, like tanks taking more damage on the rear than on the front or the sides, or normal tank shots killing infantry on one shot. The story takes place around the year 2700 after earth. (In our years, that's around 5600.)

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Sarge_Rho Author
Sarge_Rho Jan 8 2010, 4:03am says:

It's unarmed, but protected by a defense field, and infantry can shoot out of it.

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Gen.J Jan 8 2010, 4:52am says:

Very very nice, can't wait to see it skinned.

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Jester_6873 Jan 8 2010, 7:53am says:

looks like the choppers from Avatar was that your insparation

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█Black/Brunez█ Jan 8 2010, 8:28am replied:


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Gen.Kenobi Jan 8 2010, 8:41am replied:

true 2

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Sarge_Rho Jan 8 2010, 4:14pm says:

No, it wasn't. The inspiration to the chopper in Avatar was the same I used: A heli of similar design from a rather old sci-fi series of which I forgot the name.

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master_oli-p Jan 8 2010, 4:35pm says:

The scale of the rotor blades and housing doesn't match the rest of the model; in particular the housing is too thick. Also I dislike the skis on the bottom, they don't really match. I can imagine this could have been a hard one, but it's not one for me

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flamingvipir Jan 8 2010, 6:32pm says:

I think that the actual body of the helicopter could be a little larger, mainly wider. Good job otherwise.

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Jake@War Jan 8 2010, 8:56pm says:

Excellent job Helge, be proud of what you've done!

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