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Red Dawn is a Mod for C&CG:ZH which adds Russia as a fourth playable Faction(AI included, 3 unique Generals). All Units will have unique Unitsounds, most Weapons, Abilities and Upgrades are completely new, others are kinda similiar to the existing One's like the Building Capture or the Emergency Repair. The Rank System consists now of 8 Levels and are harder to advance upwards. The 3 Main Factions USA, China and the GLA will get a few new Things as well. A completly unique Special Unit at Infantry and Unique Buildings for Russia. Some old cut Features are re-enabled, advanced AI is also included for all Sides. A own unique Campaign for Russia is planned too, and is confirmed to be worked on at the Moment. Enjoy! Russia is coming back to the Fields of War A new Dawn is at Hand Download Links: - Needs a short Registration - Click at Screenshots Find any more details @ Won't be updated anymore, i will serve you all the Stuff right here at :)

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DeaftrapX May 15 2005 says:

im on to you... those are the mammoth tanks from Renegade, lil twqeaked, but still the same...

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Explains itself i think ;) The Model is a bit
small atm, but will be scaled bigger in the Final
Version, just wanted to show you the Model.

Oct 15th, 2004
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