What would happen, if in 1988, Soviet Leader Mikhail Gorbachev was assassinated? CNC Fallout is a total conversion mod for Command and Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars that postulates this very question.

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Baziil Jan 4 2012, 1:52am says:

I felt in love with nuclear missile.

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Sarathstra Jan 4 2012, 2:14am says:

Man i seriously cannot wait to play this mod xD Does it always say "Attacking warming red" everytime you drop a nuke? If so, that's shweet :>

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Henford Jan 4 2012, 2:37am replied:

Only for nukes.

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I_am_a_Spoon Jan 4 2012, 2:35am says:

Love the shockwave!

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Henford Jan 4 2012, 2:43am replied:

In creating a nuke, I wanted to get it as close as possible to how a real nuke works. Most games/mods do their nukes in a cliched/underdone way.

A (real life) nuke does most of its damage in three stages:

1. Heat
2. Blast/Shockwave
3. Fallout dust (irratiated dust/dirt sucked up from the earth and lifted into the atmosphere before falling back to earth)

Of these, it is stage 2 that does the most damage. Exactly as I have replicated in game. I aimed to have a shockwave that literally looks like it is ripping buildings apart.

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OrangeNero Jan 4 2012, 3:07am replied:

while it is superb without question i'd say the cloud could look a bit more like a mushroom and less like a T

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Henford Jan 4 2012, 4:16am replied:

Easier said than done - especially with an effect of this magnitude. A lot of detail is faked - too many particles and all but the high end systems will come to a screeching halt.

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CommanderDef Jan 4 2012, 9:01am replied:

OrangeNero, shape of cloud depends on some factors and if you look on "nuke" pictures, you will see "T" clouds too. If you type "nuke" to google images, the second picture is with "T" cloud and it seems more dangerous to me than mushrooms, mushrooms seems to be somehow smaller. Maybe I am wrong, but I'd say that when hot gas reaches certain height (with different air temperature, much more cold than gas from explosion), it creates barrier between these two mediums and gas starts to grow just to width. My opinion, but quite logic.

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ppndΣ-snouıɯΘ Mar 1 2012, 6:58pm replied:

See "Tsar Bomb" Biggest nuke in history annnnd its a T-cloud.

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Henford Jan 4 2012, 2:44am says:



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CrowV Jan 4 2012, 6:11am says:

now thats a nuke, anyone got a light?

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General_Green Jan 4 2012, 9:56am says:

Good, but with a mild issue, a neutron bomb has little explosive power of its own. It instead causes a massive dose of radiation to the surrounding area, killing personel but leaving buildings relativly intact. Sill, very well done!

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Renato04 Jan 4 2012, 12:43pm says:

There is no longer exist the enemy's base... :)

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SоrataZ Jan 4 2012, 2:25pm says:

What's interesting is the biohazard symbol in the list. Do the commies get a viral warhead as well? Nitpick: shouldn't the radiation sound for the Neutron Bomb last as long as the fallout itself? By the time the nuke hit it was silent.

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Henford Jan 4 2012, 5:17pm replied:

It does. That is the whole point of the neutron bomb - the explosion itself is small and the fallout lasts 3 times as long as a regular nuke. The sound doesn't hang around forever but the fallout does.

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Havoc_frost Jan 4 2012, 5:18pm says:

I've fallen in love with this soundtrack :D

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Make84 Jan 7 2012, 9:48am says:

Wow the most amazing nuck exposion i haw seen ewer!!!
Great work.

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Scorpionov Jan 7 2012, 10:55pm says:

very nice vid

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jasonboy16 Feb 25 2012, 7:19pm says:


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Firespray31 Feb 28 2012, 2:27pm says:

Dat missile! crazy :D

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Demonstrating the Soviet Neutron Bomb and Nuclear Missile.

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Jan 4th, 2012
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