Because of the build queue problem; I have decided to make a version without build limits. Update: Fixed an issue with the crate descriptions.
Yes, I finally realized the AI can be edited. To jump start the progress I am starting this mod off of the Upheaval source code. I may even call this version Upheaval: Just's Rules as credit to Upheaval. If this is ok with it's creators.
Just Rules aims at increasing the strategic options in RA3. It includes things like a more balanced upgrade system, revised protocols and build limits on each unit design to discourage spamming and encourage diverse unit formations and strategies.
Uprising units added
(reordered and rebalanced)
Removed Aircraft Production Buildings
(Moved light aircraft to Vehicle production buildings)
Removed Tier 3 Bomber Aircraft
(New Protocol Powers will use them)
Increased building armor vs "Gun" from 100% to 50%
(It is already 50% vs vehicles. Why make an anti infantry weapon work any better on Structures?)
Tech Buildings will now have upgrades
(Not just one or two but many. More details later)
Naval Production Buildings - Cost increased from $1000 to $2000
(Changed to match Vehicle production buildings)
All MCV/ConYards Atributies are now standardized
(Speed, Armor and HP)
All MCVs cost decreased from $5000 to $3000
(Nothing is $5,000 anymore)
Harvasters can no longer be built from War Factory or Naval Yard
(Except for the Allied one. Refinery build makes others meaningless.)
Comrades, support of mods for Red Alert 3 finally arrived, and they are available for download through Desura. Below are all mods that are currently supported, you can choose any you'd like to try out first.
Some of them change gameplay significantly, adding new units, structures and gameplay features, while others modify the core gameplay only a little. Each one of them is definitely worth checking out.
Best luck out there on the battlefield.
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If you have problems with installing or running a mod for the Steam version of Red Alert 3, you can send a PM and we'll see what can be done about it.