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In fact Red Alert, Command & Conquer and Dune 2000 are implemented purely as mods on it. Tools are provided that allow you to add new units, maps and tilesets even create your own mod. Have a look at the wiki. Get it ⬇ Download for Linux/Mac/Windows Follow us. Built-In Mods Red Alert. The RA mod for OpenRA is a reimagining of Command. Dune 2000 is a real-time strategy game that dwells an the universe of Frank Herbert's Dune series. Often considered the grand-daddy of all RTS games, Dune 2000 is an updated version of the 1992 classic Dune 2, Some would argue that Dune 2 is one of the most influential strategy games ever made. Dune 2000 is a remake to Westwood’s first RTS game Dune II. It was programmed by Intelligent Games a UK company who created an entirely new engine for it. Dune 2000 didn’t really bring anything new into the RTS genre but it gave the fans of Dune II a chance to play an updated version of the game. Aug 08, 2000 Dune 2000 is a real-time strategy game that requires gallant leadership, cunning tactics, and formidable military prowess to win the Emperor's challenge by being the first to harvest the most spice and take control of Dune.

Dune 2000 is now a free sci-fi real-time strategy video game, originally developed by Intelligent Games and released by Westwood Studios in 1998 for Microsoft Windows and later PlayStation. It was a partial remake of Dune II, which was more or less based on Frank Herbert‘s Dune universe. The game uses a similar game engine to Westwood’s Command & Conquer: Red Alert. The version of Dune 2000 described here only refers to the free-to-play relaunch provided by GruntMods Studios, with multiplayer online modes hosted by CnCNet. This game is now available free for nostalgic RTS gamers from the last century, low computer specs, game historians, and fans of the Dune universe more generally.
A Mac-compatible version has been planned for release for years so this may not happen anytime soon. However players have successively used a workaround provided by Paul The Tall using his PC to Mac porting tool.
Issues with missing cut scenes may be resolved by downloading the corresponding files separately here: gruntmods.com/cutscenes-and-extra-content/

Game Features

Extra levels: Exclusive Levels developed by GruntMods Studios.
Cut Scenes: Original full motion cut scene videos available as an optional add-on.
Cross-system: Compatible with Windows Vista/7/8.1 and Windows 10
Original campaign: Mission Select Menu, complete with difficulty options to allow you full access to the original campaign missions at any time.
Game launcher: to patch the game to the latest version, along with displaying news and providing easy access to numerous game features.
Rise of the Mercenaries: Includes 3 missions of the expansion “Rise of the Mercenaries”, where you play as the greedy Mercenary Guild.
Custom Campaign Creation Tutorial: Includes demo of the Campaign Creation Tutorial written by GruntMods Studios.
D2K+ community toolkit: Includes access to the D2K+ community toolkit out of the box, allowing you to quickly dive into creating custom content.
4 new music tracks: New Beginning, House Corrino, Mekanikz Tweekz and Misuse Of Force.
Online Multiplayer: Full multiplayer support through CnCNet.
HD Graphics: Support for HD screen resolutions, such as 1920×1080.
Support for English, Italian, German and French Languages

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The return of the almighty tank rush.

I don’t know how fair it is to call Dune 2000 a Command & Conquer clone considering C&C was originally a clone of Dune. We’re specifically talking about Dune II, the game that kickstarted the real-time strategy craze. For the intervening six years we’ve seen nothing but clones from Westwood – high budget, high energy and highly entertaining clones, but clones all the same. Each RTS game from them roughly played the same, and such is the case with Dune 2000 as well.

Like its predecessor, Dune 2000 is based on the classic science fiction novel by Frank Herbert. The desert planet Dune is the only source of Spice (read: Tiberium), a versatile substance that everyone’s after. The Emperor has declared that the House to harvest the most Spice will gain control of Dune. Three Houses arrived for the challenge: The Atreides, the Ordos and the Harkonnen.

With few exceptions, the units in Dune 2000 are the same as in the original. The three sides are almost identical, differing only in a couple advanced units. Players are given the standard infantry, tanks and light assault vehicles. There are a couple of special units, including a Sonic Tank that does damage with sound waves (units that attend heavy metal concerts are immune to this attack). The only other interesting unit is one that temporarily causes an enemy to change sides.

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The Dune engine is pretty much identical to Command & Conquer, and the interface follows suit. The engine does have its own peculiar limitations, like the inability to give buildings rally points or train more than one unit at a time. There is no patrol feature or scout option, or any waypoint system at all. The AI is eerily similar to that of Dune II, which is to say it’s dumb, and the environments get stale fast. All of the action takes place on the same planet, so it’s only sand and sand.

Other problems with the game have filtered down through the years. Infantry are worthless in the face of tanks; tracked units drive over them effortlessly. The artillery is powerful, but so lightly-armored and short-ranged it gets demolished by tanks. Airpower exists, but in practice does not play a significant role. The effect of all this is that he who builds nothing but tanks will usually do quite well in the game; the bane of the tank rush is still alive and well in Dune 2000.

Outside of the aforementioned unit balancing problems and sense of sameness, Dune II is still pretty playable. It’s got an impressive cast under its wing (a trademark of Westwood in offering live-action cutscenes), and the gameplay might rub you the right way if you’re a huge fan of the C&C mold. But in the end we’ve played this type of game a hundred times, and originality is something Dune 2000 is lacking.

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System Requirements: Pentium 100 Mhz, 16 MB RAM, 100 MB HDD, Win95

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