Sep 5, 2008
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There have been a few games released over the last few years that have
generated widespread appeal. Some of these are from the Command & Conquer
range – some of the most popular realtime strategy games. It’s easy to become
engrossed in a Command & Conquer game for hours at a time, particularly when
the weather wasn’t great.
Red Alert, for some, was the premier product in the C&C range, partly due
to the fact you could play as the US or the Soviet Union and, quite frankly, the
Soviet’s had some of the better and most interesting technology. Tesla Coil
Celebrating the 13th anniversary of Red Alert – and the forthcoming major
launch of Red Alert 3 – EA have decided to give away the original classic Red
Alert, for free! Better still, the game and installer has been updated to work
on both Windows XP and Vista.
You need to download two different discs – the Soviet and Allied discs and
then use an archive manager to decompress the content. They are supplied as RAR
images. There are separate installation guides for
Note the download here is to the initial Allied disc. You need to download
the Soviet disc separately from the
Red Alert homepage.
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