Dawn of the Tiberium Age is a stand-alone Tiberian Sun to Tiberian Dawn (C&C 95) and Red Alert total conversion for which we tried to capture TD's and RA's feeling as well as possible (both concerning graphics and gameplay) in classic mode, while giving the player improved game balance and a lot of fun new stuff when playing in enhanced mode. Since this is a stand-alone mod, you don't require anything but the mod itself to be able to play: the original game is not required.

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RSS Report 2v2 against Hard AI on Subterranean Greenery
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Nevindar
Nevindar

That was awesome :D

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23-down
23-down

Awesome but odd.. choppers in a subterranean environment?
I'd suggest two game settings in which aircraft & or naval units can get disabled as optional game setting.

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Rampastring Creator
Rampastring

While logically you shouldn't be able to use super weapons and possibly aircraft (depending on the height of the subterranean environment) on the map, disabling those would only limit tactical options so I don't think it'd be a very interesting change gameplay-wise.

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Bittah_Commander Author
Bittah_Commander

Well, it's an arena and since many arenas have an open ceiling, it technically does make sense. In this case though, the only reason why it actually might not make sense after all is the map's name =P

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Rampastring and Bittah Commander take on 2 Hard AIs on DTA's new map: Subterranean Greenery.

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