Cartoon and Conquer #101:
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It's been missing for awhile now, and now it's back. It's "Time To Play The Game"... again. In other words one of our catchy slogans from the past has returned to be part the official site logo.
No real reason for it being back, other than the time was right. C&C games are meant to be played!
The CnCNet team have announced official support for Yuri's Revenge. It is currently in open beta testing. But you can download the installer and start playing right now. Some of the features include....
Click here for more information and the download.
Just over a week ago version 0.9 of the Ares DLL was released. This special DLL file is aimed at the modding community, it adds new features to Red Alert 2 and Yuri's Revenge. Ares 0.9 adds several super weapon improvements like multiple super weapons on a building, super weapons depending on owner's country, AuxBuilding and negative buildings, more customizable super weapon targeting modes, Inhibitors, and finally AI support for all these additions.
You can read more about Ares at the official site, where you will also find the download of this new version.
So what would happen if the Zerg from StarCraft somehow attacked the Allies in Red Alert? This well made fan video attempts to answer this question. Watch for the twist ending.
This video also doubles as a bit of promotion for CnCNet, something you should check out if you like the classics such as Command & Conquer and Red Alert.
The latest dev blog for Red Alert: A Path Beyond has been posted at Bluehell Productions. This update covers a few things. First a recap of the events that took place to get W3D Hub up and running, a place that Tiberian Sun: Reborn and Red Alert 2: Apocalypse Rising now call home. In more positive news, there is an updated version of the BHP Launcher available. You can also check out the new look Medium Tank.
Click here for the full dev blog.
It would appear that Tiberium Alliances is going back to where it all began with the announcement of new classic worlds for Tiberium Alliances recently, this is the original game mode that the game launched with. Here's the full announcement explaining what's happening.
It seems that the Forgotten were not as merciful as some of you thought. So to oblige to some of the feedback and ideas that were expressed lately, we are happy to let you know that Classic Tiberium Alliances (non-Forgotten Attack Worlds) is coming back. Classic Tiberium Alliances is the original game mode of Tiberium Alliances, where the Forgotten are targets that do not instigate attacks against you the player. For all the veteran and new commanders who like to play a more relaxed and PVP oriented game, CCTA Classic will hit on those notes and provide a different experience.
Keep in mind that the Forgotten Attacks mode will still be the standard mode for CCTA. However, starting next week, we will begin to include Classic CCTA Worlds in the mix when launching new worlds. This will give you the option to decide on the type of world and play style that you prefer to play in.
To start things off, we decided to launch 2 new Classic Worlds. The new worlds will be available on the following dates:
- Welt 38 (German) will house 30 000 players and launches on February 19th 09.00 UTC
- World 107 (US East Coast) will house 30 000 players and launches on February 23rd 6AM PDT / 14.00 UTC
Any questions, feedback or comments can be posted in this topic on the Official Tiberium Alliances Forums.
Here at CNCNZ.com we like the combination of Command & Conquer and Lego, plus we like comics as well. As you know, we have hosted lots of Command & Conquer Legos videos over the years and we've had 99 editions of our own Cartoon and Conquer as well. Taking those two projects as inspiration, our friend AZ-Stalker, has created his own Command & Conquer themed web comic called Tiberian Daylight. Rather than a hand drawn art style, Lego figurines are used in photos to assemble each edition.
You can check out the first four editions right here on this topic on our forums. Or you can visit the development team's Facebook page.