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Command and Conquer: Red Alert 1 (Soviet Disk)  Pick    

Size:   502.05MB

License:   FREEWARE

Publisher:  Visit Website | More Programs

Release Date:   1999-07-01

Submit Date:   2008-09-30

OS:  Windows 95/XP

Downloads:   37990

Popularity:   Popularity:0/10


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Software Product Description

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Command and Conquer: Red Alert is a popular strategy game created by EA. For the thirteenth anniversary of Command & Conquer, EA officially released Red Alert for free download. The story takes place in an alternate stream of history, around the time of World War II.

In this version of world history, World War II never happened, and Hitler was nothing more than a minor annoyance. The real threat here is something hundreds of times worse than Hitler could ever have been: Joseph Stalin. The Soviet Empire is killing its way through Europe. Towns are falling and countries collapsing before the overwhelming might of the Soviet forces. Does anyone stand a chance, or will the Red Menace engulf all of Europe?

New features include improved AI, new game units and structures, a Skirmish mode, and a detailed, interweaving story line.

Note from FreewareFiles.com:

Command and Conquer: Red Alert comprises of 2 ISOs. One ISO is for the Allied campaign and the other ISO is for the Soviet campaign. This download is for the Soviet Disk. The Allied Disk is also available.

Command and Conquer: Red Alert is an older game and will only run on XP with modifications. A tutorial for successfully installing Command and Conquer: Red Alert is available here: http://www.cncworld.org/?page=features/tutorials/rafree.

USER REVIEWS

"Westwood Studios"

Reviewer: -Fred "Anonymous" Smi

Review Date: 2015-07-22

Pros: A bit of history. Electronic Arts (EA) purchased Westwood Studios (creator of Command & Conquer) in 1998. Westwood merged with EA in 2003, ending it's existence as a separate company. Electronic Arts is currently the owner and publisher of the C&C series. To celebrate the history & success of the series, EA has released, as freeware, some of the earliest games under the original Westwood name.

Cons: None

Other Thoughts: None

4.86

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