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Thread: Updated OpenRA Is Out To Relive Command & Conquer

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    Default Updated OpenRA Is Out To Relive Command & Conquer

    Phoronix: Updated OpenRA Is Out To Relive Command & Conquer

    An updated version of the open-source OpenRA engine is out, the project with the goal of being a libre/free real-time strategy project recreating the original Command and Conquer titles...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTcxNDQ

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    Is there a mod/option to only have the original units from the game?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ua=42 View Post
    Is there a mod/option to only have the original units from the game?
    Another awesome engine powered by Mono

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    Christ. Imagine that Allied Phase Tank with three engineers in it.

    Better be a countermeasure for the stealth...

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    The phase transport with engineers isn't an absolute disaster since the engineers stand outside the target building for the duration of the capture and can be killed (same as in Generals).

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    So is OpenRA ready to an extent that I can put the files from the game discs and play the campaign in this nice high resolution? :-)

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    The campaign rebuild isn't complete, but a few missions have been done. Multiplayer is pretty solid, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisf View Post
    The campaign rebuild isn't complete, but a few missions have been done. Multiplayer is pretty solid, though.
    And very fun. OpenRA is a regular at our LAN parties

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