Tiberian Apocalypse is a Partial Conversion for Command and Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars with the goal to create a true Tiberian Sun sequel. GDI, Nod and the Scrin are getting a complete overhaul.
The year is 2050, Earth is largely uninhabitable and split in three kinds of zones: Green Zones, here Tiberium contamination is relatively low, few to no Ion Storms, most of these are at the Polar, and other very cold, regions, Yellow Zones, where Tiberium contamination is moderate, and Ion storms are frequent, most of these are desert, yet house more than half of Earth's total population. And finally, Red Zones. These no longer look like Earth. Tiberium everywhere, unbreathable air, constant Ion storms, near the borders between Yellow and Red zones, winds can rise to speeds that can tear the flesh right of a human's bones. Recently, Red Zones have started to grow dramatically, and so far nobody has been able to understand why. Samples of Tiberium from the growth areas gave no clue as to how or why this rapid expansion happens, but one thing is for certain: If it isn't stopped quickly, soon the entire planet will be uninhabitable.
GDI Took to the skies, mostly. They operate from huge command-ships, the legacy of the Kodiak, and from the Philadelphia. At the beginning of the Third Tiberium War, that was about 5 years ago, Nod tried to destroy the Philadelphia, by taking offline one of the ASAT hubs, and then attempting to nuke the Station, the system was returned to service just in time to intercept the missile. Since then, 5 more stations similar to the Philadelphia, have been constructed.
Nod is operating from the Temple of Nod in Sarajevo, and several Montauk-like vehicles. Their tactics haven't changed much since the second Tiberium War, relatively cheap and fast vehicles in elevated numbers at first, later then equipment that doesn't look like from this World. As opposed to what many assumed, Nod did not move away from Cyborgs, to the contrary, it is now frequent that even basic infantry may have a cybernetic eye, or artificial muscles and bones in some parts of the body.
Not much is known about the Scrin other from what was learned from the Tacitus: They are a species dependent on Tiberium for survival. They first seed Tiberium on a Planet, expecting it to eradicate all civilization on the planet and transform it into a ball covered in the green crystal which would then be reaped by their Harvesting fleets. When they first arrive on a Planet ,they build large portals, these have the aspect of three intertwined towers, with a bright light shining from the center. Lately, more and more people claim to have seen UFOs and otherworldly 'beings' near the borders of red Zones, but none of these have been confirmed so far.
GDI is a slow moving powerhouse, the best examples being Mammoth Tanks and Disruptors. Both are slow, but can absorb damage like a sponge, and deal out just as much. Very effective as attacking, not so much at defending as they lack a heavy defense like Nod's Obelisk.
Nod focuses on guerilla and stealth tactics. Stealth tanks, stealth soldiers, mobile stealth generators, etc. Their units tend to be fast and agile, but not pack as much of a punch as GDI and Scrin units. Fairly defensive.
Rather than informing everyone individually of why I'm not working on Tiberian Apocalypse anymore, I've decided to write an official update instead.
So, there are 2-ish, more like 3 reasons why I'm not working on TA. First and foremost, I've been working on this for what, 6 years. In those 6 years, I've started from scratch twice, and never really got anywhere near to what I wanted, part of that is because I never had a design document or written down plan. In short, I've lost interest. As of late, I've become interested again, but I don't have the time to do it now.
Which brings me to reasons nummer zwei and numero tres.
Reason number two it this, my current project: Ardent Seas
It's a naval RTS game, I suppose you could compare it to a mix of Homeworld 2, Red Alert 3, and Earth 2160. Has everything from giant battleships, to aliens, to giant space lasers. And magazine detonations.
Ardent Seas is currently taking up all of my free time, and all my spare money, too.
Now for reason number three, and one I'm actually rather proud of: I own a bar now, which I run with my mother, sister and stepdad.
So, what's the future hold for Tiberian Apocalypse? I can do 3 things with it. I can either
I'm most partial to options 2 and 3.
Let me know which one you think is better, also I'd much appreciate it if you'd follow my work on Ardent Seas.
AnNo1935 from CnCSaga.de recently interviewed me about Tiberian Apocalypse - you might also remember the interview about Red Zone Europe a few months...
Presenting the incarnation of "Death From Above!", the F-53 Firehawk Fighter-Bomber.
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