Command & Conquer Red Alert History is a small mod that adds a few new units. The idea came about because I wondered what a few Red Alert units would look like and perform inside the Tiberium wars engine. I consider this mod a 'museum', wherein I add a few historical pieces that I like into the C&C3; engine! The Mod will be updated by adding a few units at a time (typically around 10 items). The mod is a mixture of mostly EA & public models, as well as a few original models done by me. Check the forums & articles for detailed information and for in-depth discussion.

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you made amazing mode (Games : C&C3: Tiberium Wars : Mods : C&C: Red Alert History : Forum : General disussion : you made amazing mode) Post Reply
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Apr 21 2021 Anchor

madin the truth is you made amazing mod i have so much fun with it, i need too many years for say thank you for this this is really a ART mod

after i found a method to fix the game crash so

you just need some balancing for some units and add yuri faction i dont know what you want for do this but your mod look like new game

i combine it with other mod so maps have very high graphics and new cursor and more maps, look at these pictures its so amazing

EA cant do something like this ,c&C3 engine very good for red alert remake RA3 engine garbage i play the game on ultra setting with TacitusA for fix crash and gives more high settings what i can say its very good mod after all stuff on it . i hope some day you back to the mod ,i can help you with any support , feedback advices or tests or any type of support or gift cards , but i feel that you dont want touch this mod anymore i dont know why maybe you dont know you self that you made a great mod you must keep support this mod its hard to find something like this but i want to ask why you dont want share source code for this mode for find something pay to him for anything more on it.

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