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“Red alert 2: Road To Moscow” is a total conversion mod for “C&C Generals: Zero Hour” with the goal to recreate the “Red alert 2” universe in full 3d. The first release will feature both the Allied and Soviet sides, each with their own unique arsenal of troops, tanks, aircrafts, naval vessels, and superweapons. These two sides will be as accurate a reflection of their “Yuri’s Revenge” incarnations as possible. Later releases may include new units based on unused “Red alert 2” and “Yuri’s Revenge” concept art. Eventually, we would like to add a campaign mod, but that’s in the distant future. For Questions go to our Forums. Note 2: This Mod is overtaken By a new host and new team its now from C&C Reneclips And E-Studios. They will complete it. There is no site or forum yet but its coming quickly

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Description

Allied commanders were dissatisfied with the tanks
from the last war and demanded improved tanks if
they were to launch any meaningful attacks against
the tank intensive Soviet forces. Built in the
U.S., the Grizzly Medium tank is faster than its
base Soviet counterpart. It's main weapon is
105mm cannon, which is effective against
structures and enemy armoured vehicles. Against
infantry, the best option for the Grizzly is to
simply run them down.

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Apr 2nd, 2005
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