Project of "VirtualSvit" "Revolution Project" is a complete game, and this implementation as a modification to the "C&C Generals ZeroHour" is just a test version.

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RSS Report Gerald R. Ford-class aircraft carriers
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Andi382
Andi382

Make the crew smaller !

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CommanderDef
CommanderDef

Yes, much smaller.

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AlexZH
AlexZH

Humans are getting larger and larger these days...

Btw, it would be cool if the AA's would work/move independant of eachother :3.

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VectorIV
VectorIV

Nice video. The ships look amazing.

lol, I love how the submarine sinks.

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Prince_Kassad
Prince_Kassad

Looks really awesome loving the patrolling AA with lights, but i agree with CommanderDef and Andi382, crew on carriers is bigger then 2-3 plains stacked on each other. And what's up with that plain in the back, my guess is he got down with elevator, but where did other to plains went?

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Prince_Kassad
Prince_Kassad

Two* -.-' (With elevator)

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ChrPunx
ChrPunx

a battle where the plains on the carrier just hides on it...

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darkfirez5
darkfirez5

Please have a taunt button like on the Chinooks in the original game that makes the crew come out and dance like that, preferably with the searchlights sweeping around as well :D

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the1viewer
the1viewer

the crew are as large as the ship's aa turrets

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Gerald R. Ford
CVN-78
demonstration
Film 1

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