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  1. Free giveaway on promotional game(s) -- post them here

    Sid Meier's Civilization III: Complete is free on... Humble Bundle... for 2 days. https://www.humblebundle.com/store/sid-meiers-civilization-iii-complete
  2. In today's Throwback Thursday, we remember the origins of yet another Command & Conquer icon - the Obelisk of Light. It's been present in every single Tiberium universe game, and has remained fundamentally the same since its first appearance. In the original Command & Conquer, it was Nod's advanced anti-surface defense structure and the counterpart to the GDI Advanced Guard Tower. Zapping everything in a wide range, the Obelisk of Light made sure no GDI scum came close to Nod bases, and making a powerful and satisfying sound when doing so. Remember, you can click on the preview to see a larger and more detailed image. Don't forget to check out the Throwback Thursdays archives if you've missed a week. Check back again next Thursday for another Throwback. Send in your ideas for future instalments. We also encourage you to share this on social media using the hash tags #ThrowbackThursday, #CnCTBT and #CNCNZTBT.
  3. Forged Battalion

    We've always been a C&C-only fansite. Even if we expanded to RTS in general, I don't believe this would even be worthy of a single sentence.
  4. Forged Battalion

    We only follow C&C news on the front page. This is not related in any way. I believe it actually is, and the only thing that makes Forged Battalion "different" is this vaguely shown customization mechanic and the art style somewhat. Otherwise, the engine seems so identical that the units move in the same way and are massed in the same way.
  5. TibEd for Red Alert 3

    1) This thread is 8 years old. 2) The above sentence is not only wrong, it's also very stupid. 3) Tried modding RA3 properly, as in using the Mod SDK and a BIG editor?
  6. Forged Battalion

    The unit movement, and apparently the brainless spam, is the exact same as in 8-Bit Shit.
  7. TD had nothing except the ISO and installation instructions, IIRC. RA1 and TS got such a copypasted EULA that it refers to package returns.
  8. For this week's Music Monday, we picked the track Destroy from Red Alert 2. One of the more popular tracks which made it to the (criminally short and rare) Ultimate Collection soundtrack list, Destroy is one of the most intense tracks in the series, featuring excellent guitar sections. A new track will be posted next Monday. And as always, don't forget to share this on social media using the hashtags #CnCMusicMonday and #MusicMonday. Also be sure to follow our new C&C Radio feature on the main site for more C&C music!
  9. The stable branch of OpenRA was updated to version 20171014 this Saturday. The most important change is that OpenRA's mods (Tiberian Dawn, Red Alert and Dune 2000) are now launched separately instead of through a unified interface, which is a change which first appeared in the playtest build 20170722. Other changes include a command bar visibly inspired by the one from Tiberium Wars, nine new campaign missions for Dune 2000, reworked building targeting and the way they take damage, new search and filtering options in the map editor, improved global chat interface, performance and memory usage optimizations related to music playback, community-approved balance changes and much more. For more information and download links, visit OpenRA's official website.
  10. Forged Battalion

    Petroglyph seems to have joined up with Team17, another company which hasn't developed a proper title in many, many years.
  11. C&C LEGO: The Expansion Pack - Crates

    I really love how RA2 doesn't have that one crate type.
  12. Board/card games

    In the past few years, I've been involved in the local board gaming scene and helped run a few conventions. Thus, I've had the opportunity to play numerous board/card games in relatively short periods of time, and through that meet some nice people with whom I wouldn't have had any contacts with. Many of these games are simply amazing, from the introductory Settlers of Catan, through the ever-engaging Avalon and the intriguing Scythe, to the arena shooter(!?) Adrenaline. There is literally no niche in board games that hasn't been covered, so there's something for everyone, and more and more are being developed from big companies and small teams alike. What games do you play, what are your experiences? Let's start a thread.
  13. CNCNZ Updates - September 2017

    Note that the old C&C2013-related threads are still there, just in a subforum for the time being. We have no intentions of removing them, they've just been separated so that discussions that relate to multiple or even all C&C games can now have a place to be.
  14. It is assumed that they are, as there was no explicit notice that they weren't. The fact that there have been no download links on the official site since February 2011 means little because... well... whoever was in charge of the website didn't find downloads important, as there were only downloads of C&C3 stuff and links to Nyer's site (which held and still holds a link to the full C&C95) and the TFD unofficial patch. All else was scattered around the net through loose links (RIP na.llnet.cnc3tv.ea.com and na.llnet.cdn.ea.com 2007-2013). The RA1 discs have always been mirrored, from FilePlanet to FileFront. It was not a temporary promotion, as when the site was redesigned for C&C4, the links to C&C95 and RA1 were put alongside the newly-free TS/FS on 12 February 2010 - the exact same ISOs as before. Considering EA's legal team and their "authorized" lackeys are rather trigger-happy, and nobody was sanctioned for mirroring these files since C&C95's "liberation" in August 2007 (!), there is no reason to fear. The same goes for the MekTek release of MechWarrior 4: Mercenaries, AFAIK.