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  1. Red Pages Podcast recently interviewed Ed Del Castillo. He was a producer who worked on the original Command & Conquer at Westwood Studios. In this lengthy podcast Ed discusses Command & Conquer and other related projects. Some of the questions were submitted by members from our forums. Click here to listen to this podcast, the Command & Conquer discussion with Ed Del Castillo begins around the 1:08:45 mark.
  2. Now here's something different, its a Command & Conquer Board Game. Created by Mathias Detzner, this fan made board game takes the battles from your computer screen to the table. The game itself will not be made available for retail sale. What we don't know is, will the game be made available to others in some form? Watch this video below to learn more. Command & Conquer Board Game is on Facebook, where you will also find a few more pictures of the how the game is set up.
  3. For the past couple of days we have been asking fans to share a photo or photos of their Command & Conquer collections on our Facebook page. All of the games, T-Shirts and other memorabilia you have amassed over the years. We know there are many long time fans of the franchise so now we want you to show us. Show us how dedicated you are. We have already shared many of the photos from other Command & Conquer fans on the CNCNZ.com Facebook page for others see. Its proven rather popular so far. Head over there and check them out. If you have a collection you would like to share post it on our Facebook page, or just as a reply in this news thread. I'm now wondering if we can get any of the CNCNZ.com team to share their collection?
  4. After over a year of work and testing CnCNet 5 has finally been released and its available for download now. CnCNet 5 supports Command & Conquer and Red Alert. Support for Tiberian Sun is coming. CnCNet allows you to easily play the C&C classics online with other people. Detailed information about what has changed and been improved in this version of CnCNet 5 can be read in this topic on our forums. If you are ready to download it, follow this link.
  5. Tore

    CnCNet 5 released!

    TL:DR version: CnCNet 5 is awesome! Took a long time to make and test! TS and RA2 not supported yet! Download here! After over a year of work and testing CnCNet 5 has finally been deemed stable enough for an official release! Compared to CnCNet 4, CnCNet 5 is coded from scratch and takes advantage of the online systems Westwood implemented into the games. CnCNet 5 has a external lobby system which gets rid of the old and buggy LAN lobby. No more games disappearing or glitches related to kicking people from the game. You can also say good bye to lag caused by the LAN netcode as previously hinted to CnCNet 5 makes use of the WOL netcode making games go smooth. CnCNet 5 works perfectly despite closed ports due to the improved tunnelling system which also lets multiple people in the same household play with people online. The CnCNet 5 lobby uses an IRC server which allows you to send private messages, make passworded lobbies game and to communicate with players. You can connect using a normal IRC client as well, but you won't have any game functionality. Currently CnCNet 5 supports Command & Conquer and Command & Conquer: Red Alert. Support for Command & Conquer: Tiberian Sun is in the works as is other Westwood Online enabled games, maybe even a game where you fight over a certain "waterless world". Below are a list of changes to the individual games: Command & Conquer - Over 160 maps to choose from by default. - New option: Auto Crush Infantry - New option: MCV Undeploy - Automatic transfer of custom maps - No limit on starting money Command & Conquer: Red Alert - Over 430 maps to choose from by default. - Automatic transfer of custom maps - Choose starting location - Choose alliance - New option: Fix Formation Exploit - New option: Fix Range Exploit - 12 other new game options - Automatic transfer of custom maps - No limit on starting money Command & Conquer: Tiberian Sun - Not yet supported, use CnCNet 4 in the mean time. - Iran is working on it with help from CCHyper! If you are interested in following development look here: http://www.ppmsite.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=498086 Command & Conquer: Red Alert 2 - Not yet supported, use CnCNet 4 in the mean time. - Needs a developer, if you are interested go to irc.freenode.net in the channel #cncnet. CnCNet 5 would not have been possible if it weren't for the hard work of hifi (backend), FunkyFr3sh (frontend) and Iran (tons of new features in the games). Features such as ladder etc will come soon. CnCNet provides ready to play versions of both Command & Conquer and Command & Conquer: Red Alert.
  6. Plokite_Wolf

    Update on CnCNet 5

    As you may or may not know, CnCNet 5 is in a testing phase now, but it's slowly nearing a full release. This version significantly improves upon CnCNet 4, adding an integrated IRC server and tunneled server support, enabling the player to organize multiplayer matches easier and chat with other players, all without having to run the option-limited menus in the game itself. It also adds completely new features to the games themselves. Here are some of them: Map previews Observer mode and co-op support for Red Alert Team and starting position selection for Red Alert Automatic map transfer Giant map database with search function and categories Advanced game options (e.g. undeployable MCVs, range/formation exploit fixes, Aftermath build cap fix...) Also, the team is working on introducing ranked games and a ladder system in the near future. They will also welcome anyone interested in adding support for Tiberian Sun and Red Alert 2. To download the client, visit the related thread on the C&C Communications Center by clicking here.
  7. It's always interesting to listen to cover versions of Frank Klepacki's awesome music from the original the Command & Conquer. I'm sure when Frank gets the time to listen to them, he gets a kick of it. Here's a great-sounding heavy rock guitar cover of Frank Klepacki's "Act on Instinct" by Mihail Sobin from Russia. This cover version is called "Act of Instinct". Let us know if you ever spot any other cover versions of Command & Conquer music that should be shared with the community.
  8. No idea when this was added, but finally the history of the Command & Conquer franchise is now shown on the Official C&C Site, in the form a new timeline. A few months ago when the current Official C&C Site was launched, all traces of the franchise's origins disappeared, so it's good to see something back. All of the past games and expansion packs are shown (minus Sole Survivor), dating all the way back to 1995. Click here to see it for yourself.
  9. Similar in purpose to the newly released C&C Maps Renderer 2.0, Iran's Map Preview Generators for Command & Conquer and Red Alert have been released to help render full map previews using the games' graphics engines, which is useful for showing off your new maps. There is also a separate tool for creating map thumbnails for Red Alert. For more info and download links, look below: C&C Full Map Preview Generator RA1 Full Map Preview Generator RA1 Map Preview Generator (creates thumbnails, do not confuse it with the one above) Keep in mind that these tools are still in beta phase, even though no issues have been reported by the time this news post was written. You will also require Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 in order to run these tools.
  10. All of this gamescom/CommandCOM footage has completely taken our spotlight recently, and we have forgotten to commemorate August 31st as the 18th anniversary of the first Command & Conquer game's release date, making the series that brought RTS to the big scene "an adult" now, so to speak. What was your favourite moment in the first game? Do you have any memorable multiplayer matches or singleplayer tricks? Take a moment to remember it in this thread.
  11. Missed the Summer Getaway Sale? You're in luck, because this weekend, all C&C games are 70% off on Steam! Here are the price tags for Europe: Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars: 4,49 € Command & Conquer 3: Kane's Wrath: 4,49 € Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3: 5,99 € Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 Uprising: 2,99 € Command & Conquer 4: Tiberian Twilight: 5,99 € To check the price tags for your region, click here.
  12. @Jehal, one the regular contributors on our forums, has created this great looking fan made Command & Conquer wallpaper. It features the box art from the original Command & Conquer, Red Alert and Tiberian Sun. It is only available in one screen resolution, though. 1920 x 1080 A fine tribute to the classic Command & Conquer games from the 1990's.
  13. Command & Conquer games are part of the Summer Getaway Sale on Steam! The offer ends on July 22nd, so you have enough time to purchase that title you're missing. The price tags for Europe are as follows: Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars: 7,49 € Command & Conquer 3: Kane's Wrath: 7,49 € Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3: 9,99 € Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 Uprising: 4,99 € Command & Conquer 4: Tiberian Twilight: 9,99 € To check the price tags for your region, click here.
  14. The HTML5 edition of the first Command & Conquer by adityars has recently been updated to version 0.7.7, adding more units from the original, more maps, game speeds and an in-game and lobby chat system. A full update about this can be found here in our forums. Click here to give this game a shot.
  15. An ambitious new project has been started in the Command & Conquer community. PlayCNC is new free service that aims to centralise the entire C&C multiplayer franchise. Essentially making it easier for fans to play their favourite C&C games online. It's still early days for PlayCNC, but here is their first announcement. You can check out the PlayCNC site for the original announcement. You will also find PlayCNC on Facebook and Twitter.
  16. It's time for a new poll, the old one was up for way too long. Usually a CNCNZ.com poll covers something that is happening in the news, but for this one we are doing something different. Let's have a Mammoth Tank Battle! Which one is your all time favourite? The Mammoth Tank has been present in every Command & Conquer game regardless of its name. There is always a large, heavily armoured tank with its signature twin cannons and quad tank treads. Do you like the old school Mammoth Tank from original games like Command & Conquer and Red Alert, or perhaps you're more of an Apocalypse Tank fan from Red Alert 2 or 3? And if you really must be different, maybe you think the Overlord Tank from C&C Generals is the best? The APA Overlord Tank is there as well. It should be noted that this poll is only for the traditional Mammoth Tanks, no room for the special variations like the Mammoth Mk. II from Tiberian Sun. If you are reading this update on the main page, just look to your right and vote in the poll box. If you are reading this via the forums, click here to cast your vote. And, as always, don't forget to share any feedback or comments about this poll as well. Here are the results of our previous poll, What are you looking forward to the most in the C&C F2P Beta? Overall 70% of those who voted, just want to finally see the game. The full results of this poll can be found right here.
  17. An update about future improvement to CnCNet has been posted. CnCNet is a small tool that allows you to easily play the classic C&C games such as Command & Conquer, Red Alert and Tiberian Sun online with other people. While there is no release date for the next major release of CnCNet, you can at least get an idea about its future in this update. You can learn more about CnCNet by visiting the official site.
  18. Here's a great tribute video made by sebastienwtf. It features all the Command & Conquer games have "rocked" his teenage years, from the classics to recent games like Red Alert 3 and even Command & Conquer 4: Tiberian Twilight! The voice over is French, but the gaming action is not of course, so the English speaking world can still enjoy it. We like seeing the fans making videos like this, so let us know if you have made one and we will happily share it here on CNCNZ.com.
  19. Here's something really cool. Diamond00744 has taken the new Command & Conquer - Free to Play logo and gave it the classic gold gradient look like the original Command & Conquer logo. It looks rather stylish! Click on the preview above to view a larger 2500px x 750px version. Maybe this will give the team at Victory Games an idea to bring back the classic gold style logo for the new Command & Conquer.
  20. It's Command & Conquer week on Twitch.tv. Every day this week Unit Lost is playing a Command & Conquer game and streaming it via Twitch.tv. They have kicked things off by playing the original and classic Command & Conquer. Today's streaming broadcast has ended, but you can check out the recorded show. Watch Part 1 or Part 2.
  21. There have been a few Command & Conquer browser-based projects that have popped up in recent times. But this one is probably the best one so far. Command & Conquer in HTML5 is a recreation of the original Command & Conquer, made entirely in HTML5 and JavaScript. The current version includes several missions from the singleplayer campaign and features multiplayer support using Node.js. You can see more and play it by clicking here. Make sure your web browser is up to date.
  22. Just a couple of days ago, RTSGuru posted a new article called The Golden Age - A Visual History of Nod. it takes a look at how the Brotherhood of Nod have developed over the years, mechanically and stylistically, from the original Command & Conquer through to Tiberian Twilight. Tiberium Alliances does get a mention towards the end though. Here's a part of the article. You can read the full article right here.
  23. The White House, this is where President Obama currently resides, for how much longer will be determined in the next few days. But the big question is, Who Destroyed it Best?. That's the question asked by the team at io9. We have all seen the White House destroyed, damaged and blown up in in movies and video games, even in the original Command & Conquer. This is similar poll to one io9 did back September for the Statue of Liberty. Command & Conquer Gold (1997): This game lets you select a monument to destroy. The White House blows apart in one easy blast. Click here to vote for Command & Conquer or check out the other options you can vote for.
  24. More information about Command & Conquer: The Ultimate Collection has been posted on the Official C&C Site. There are now links to pre-order the physical or digital version as well as the all informative FAQ that you can read below. Click here for more.
  25. CNC Saga have found the track listing of what tracks will be included in The Ultimate Music Collection that you can get when you purchase Command & Conquer: The Ultimate Collection. It was discovered on Amazon. Remember this a 20 track compilation spanning the Command & Conquer franchise. Act On Instinct - EA Games Soundtrack & Frank Klepacki Just Do It Up - EA Games Soundtrack & Frank Klepacki Hell March - EA Games Soundtrack & Frank Klepacki Big Foot - EA Games Soundtrack & Frank Klepacki Valves - EA Games Soundtrack & Frank Klepacki Command and Conquer - EA Games Soundtrack & Frank Klepacki Grinder - EA Games Soundtrack & Frank Klepacki Destroy - EA Games Soundtrack & Frank Klepacki Generals Main Theme - EA Games Soundtrack & Mikael Sandgren & Bill Brown Search and Destroy - EA Games Soundtrack & Mikael Sandgren & Bill Brown Mother of All Weapons - EA Games Soundtrack & Mikael Sandgren & Bill Brown The Final Hour - EA Games Soundtrack & Mikael Sandgren & Bill Brown Mourning Hour - EA Games Soundtrack & Steve Jablonsky Black Dawn - EA Games Soundtrack & Steve Jablonsky Kane's Wrath - EA Games Soundtrack & Mikael Sandgren Act On Instinct in Game - EA Games Soundtrack & Trevor Morris Red Alert 3 Theme - Soviet March EA Games Soundtrack & James Hannigan Yuriko's Theme - EA Games Soundtrack & James Hannigan To Save Humanity - EA Games Soundtrack & James Hannigan The End of All Things - EA Games Soundtrack & James Hannigan Some good selections in that list, but many memorable tracks have been left out.