The 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 especially TD's feeling as well as possible (both concerning graphics and gameplay) in classic mode, while giving the player a lot of fun new stuff when playing as GDI, Nod, Allies or Soviet in enhanced mode.

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ApornasPlanet Dec 4 2014, 6:46pm says:


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magachs Dec 4 2014, 9:15pm says:

Is that... one of the Ant missions?!

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Bittah_Commander Dec 4 2014, 9:50pm replied:

It is the Co-Op mission in this screenshot:

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EchoesOfTheFuture Dec 4 2014, 9:19pm says:

December 6th? Oh yeah!

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LocustQ Dec 5 2014, 10:03am says:

Nice edit!

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juggalo7840 Dec 5 2014, 6:24pm says:

Looks beautiful you guys definitely have my vote for mod of the year!

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Templarfreak Dec 15 2014, 9:00am says:

Lol, whoever did the camera work had some fun. xD!

Also I wonder if it's possible to make 2 people control 1 side? That could make the Co-Op experience feel even more fun. Kinda like what Blizzard is doing with LotV, with "Archon Mode". Though the concept is far from new, as it was possible to do pretty much the same gamemode in SC1.

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Bittah_Commander Dec 15 2014, 9:37am replied:

Well, it's possible to have 2 players of the same faction at least. Making 2 players actually be like a single player by making them share the same production lines (so they can't build different structures and units at the same time) isn't possible however and I also don't think it would be practical or fun when 2 players will frequently be fighting over which structure/unit to build.

Being able to control your ally's units would indeed be interesting, but that's also impossible with the TS engine.

There's still the Build Off Ally option however, which allows you to build next to your ally's structures.

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Bittah_Commander Dec 20 2014, 10:24pm replied:

Mind that (ex-)Westwood staff members have confirmed that Tiberian Dawn happens after the victory of the Allies in RA1.

Official statements aside, if Tiberian Dawn followed the Soviet RA1 victory, then Nod would never have been described as a small unknown terrorist faction, but it would've been known as a large military force from the start.
Nod then also wouldn't have had the need to remain hidden and act from the shadows; it'd be in control of all of Europe and it'd have been able to entirely overwhelm GDI (or even prevent GDI from ever being formed in the first place).

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Bittah_Commander Feb 23 2015, 6:13am replied:

What operating system are you using?
I suggest you try out the different renderer settings in the options menu and also see if the "Back buffer in video memory" option gives better performance (on most systems that gives worse performance, but on a few systems it actually gives better performance).

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