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YR Red-Resurrection 2.2.9 released!
September 24, 2018 - 16:08

Patch 2.2.9 for YR Red-Resurrection has been released! Over the last couple of months another patch has been procured, this time the BIGGEST since launch. 2.2.9 contains big changes to a number of countries including Japan, Yugoslavia and the Confederation, as well as the 'completion' of European changes that began in the last patch. Take a look at a selection of changes below:

Big Features
  • NEW CONTENT for Europe: Bastion, a T3 defensive structure & reworked Chrono Freeze as a T4 power.
  • NEW CONTENT for Confederation: Dark Shroud, a T3 support power & reworked Cazador.
  • NEW CONTENT for Yugoslavia: Holographic Deception, a T3 support power & reworked Polarity Swap as a T4 power.
  • NEW CONTENT for Empire of Japan: Iron Grunt, a T2 support power, reworked Cryo Legionnaire, Research Institute, a Science Lab replacement & Plague Strike, a new T4 power.
  • 17 brand new, high quality maps for multiplayer.
  • Lots of balance adjustments and reworks of existing units.
  • Countless bug fixes.

You can view the full changelog here.

YouTube Content
As always, the YouTube channel has been continually updated with new content - and that will continue! Subscibe to the channel for updates on every video.

The patch can be downloaded and manually installed, if you are unable to use the client updater for whatever reason.


Remember you can always join our Discord for active discussion and first-look at every upcoming patch!


OpenRA Release 20180923
September 23, 2018 - 17:28
With two months of successful playtesting behind OpenRA, we are pleased to finally announce Release 20180923. The new release brings players up to date with development from January to July 2018, which includes some interesting new features and welcome fixes despite a significant reduction in our development manpower.

One of the themes in this release is integration: a new player account system bridges your in-game persona with the OpenRA Forum; improvements to the game client and server infrastructure enable a more usable online server list, and a new strategy for Linux packaging allows us provide baseline support for more players while reducing our maintenance burden.

Player badges

Players can add badges to their profile to show their achievements or preferences.

Connecting to your OpenRA forum account allows you to verify your identity to other players without revealing your IP address. You can also choose to display up to five badges, with a selection of default options and custom awards available to choose from. Server hosts can configure private clan or tournament servers based on accounts instead of using passwords.

Other improvements to the in-game UI include a new preset- and custom-color tab on the color chooser, the ability to select in text-fields using the mouse, and returning you to the appropriate sub-menu (instead of the main menu) after leaving a game.

Custom color picker

The color chooser now allows you to save and restore your favorite colors.

The new AppImage package format allows us to provide “upstream” releases that should work on all modern Linux distributions. These self-contained packages do not require installation, and so you can keep multiple versions on your system in order to join servers or watch older replays. AppImages can be integrated into your system (adding launcher shortcuts and version updates) by installing the appimaged daemon. If you prefer traditional packaging systems, we encourage you to try out community-supported packages for your distro.

Tech structure tooltips

Mouse-over a capturable tech structure for a description of what it provides.

Notable gameplay changes in this release include:

   - Significant improvements to rendering performance and unit responsiveness
   - Descriptive tooltips for tech structures
   - Tech structures and walls remain on the battlefield if their owner is defeated
   - Overhauled Chronoshift-return behaviour in Red Alert
   - Disabled Kill Bounties in the Red Alert campaign and default multiplayer configuration
   - Fixes for several crashes and gameplay bugs in release-20180307
   - A collection of community balance changes in Red Alert and Tiberian Dawn

As always, we suggest you read the changelog for more complete information, and head over to the download page to get started with the new release!

The latest Mod SDK releases contain major improvements over the 20180307 release:

   - Support for creating Linux packages (via AppImages)
   - Overhauled tools and documentation for updating mods
   - Improved error detection and messages for common modding mistakes
   - Support for creating mods that extend one of the default OpenRA mods

Our investment in the SDK over the past 18 months is paying dividends with impressive community projects now under development. We would like to highlight the recent release of Shattered Paradise, which gives players a first look at Tiberian Sun on OpenRA, and the impressive progress of the KKnD Remake project.

The KKND project aims to remake KKND 1 and 2 using the OpenRA engine.

IceReaper, classic RTS enthusiast and lead developer of the KKnD remake, has also started a video series that illustrates from first principles how to reverse-engineer the asset formats from an old game (Earth 2140) and build a stand-alone remake using OpenRA. We recommend following this series as it develops if you have some programming experience and would like to learn more about reverse engineering and creating projects using OpenRA.

CnC: Final War Online Battle
September 22, 2018 - 01:53

A game of CnC: Final War, a three way free for all between SMxReaver, Morton, and PeaceKeep0r on MadHQ's Hostile Iceberg map. This video showcases all three factions, and several sub factions get involved in the battle as well. Morton takes home the trophy in the end, and it was a well-deserved victory!

Make sure to follow CnC: Final War on ModDB and on Discord!

This game play footage reflects a beta-testing version of the project and any bugs or balance issues are not to be considered final. The audio media used in the video is used for demonstration purposes in CnC: Final War and the original source of audio can be found at the following link:

VectorIV, developer from Zero Hour Enhanced, has recently posted another news presenting the rest of the infantry of the NATO faction of his mod. Here they are:

The complete explanation of these units and much more can be read at this post on its ModDB Profile. Check it out!

Contra september 2018 update.
September 18, 2018 - 09:13
Predator_bg from Contra modification for Command & Conquer Generals: Zero Hour has posted a new updated covering the new/updated assets that should be featured in the upcoming Contra 009 FINAL release.

Here's some of his words on it:

- First one is updated Microwave Tank for Laser general. Finally that old tuna fish can is replaced with better model. Yes, he is using Avenger bottom, and no, not every tank has to be super unique.

- "Gate guardians" are cool guardian drones made only for Seraph mech. Due to game balance Seraph`s shield is removed. New drones are made by default, you don't have to spend money for them. They protect Seraph in pair. Repairing him while standing above him, destroying missiles with lasers, and shooting on both infantry and vehicles. Drones cannot be killed (nor targeted) until Seraph dies.

- Cybernetic general Factory has been remade because of few reasons. First one is, old model had really bad UVW map where some parts of texture were stretched. When exported, few animation frames were cut (no one actually noticed and I never told anyone). And texture style didn't fit other USA structures. So now, you can see brand new factory which fits Ironhand style. Factory doesn't have dining room, sleeping room and other rooms like barracks, instead, there is a butchery needed for assembly of human and robot parts. Where are human parts from? Well, don't ask me. Ask general Ironhand who claims there are less homeless on the streets since he runs his program.

- Another USA structure makeover is given to Airforce generals Superweapon. Again, bad UVW map and texture design, but also lack of night version led to improvement. Few more details added, looks neat in game.

- China also got few things. Zhu Rong or Thermobaric mortar, got improved cannon and few details attached. Once you play general Bao challenge, you will know you are in Hell.

- Contra doesn't have many public models in game. In fact, there is one only. It is famous Dragon Tank. I couldn't find a better concept for this true masterpiece, in order to make this tank unique for Contra. At the end, it would be just a slight variant of this unit. So, Dragon tank got his texture and UVW map improved to fit all other China tanks in Contra mod.

- And at last, Tank general Overlord Headquarters got improved structure. We will all agree that old one was lacking details.

And remember, Contra 009 is close to be released. We'll be covering it at PPM when it gets available for download. For more information about Contra, visit its website

Let's play Twisted Insurrection... again?
September 18, 2018 - 08:22
Why not playing Twisted Insurrection? That's the smart decision that TaxOwlbear took when he decided to record the video below for the internet. However, this time he is doing the Nod campaign, in the name of Kane, of course. Check it out, one of the Nod missions from Twisted Insurrection in the video below:

Compelling, isn't it? You can play that and much more by downloading the mod at the Twisted Insurrection ModDB profile and share your ideas about this mod at our friendly Twisted Insurrection Forums at PPM. Have fun with this brilliant mod!

Warning: this is just yet another an non-biased, humble and modest advertisement news post from Project Perfect Mod

CnC: Final War Developer Blog #2
September 15, 2018 - 05:19
It's been some time since I've posted about CnC: Final War, so I figure I'd best post a Developer Blog to highlight some of the upcoming new features of the project, and a status check to indicate how close a release may be. Without further ado, let's break into several new features of the project.

Client Improvements

In the last few months, an extra amount of effort has gone into updating the mod's client that has been generously provided by Starkku of the Project Phantom mod. The main emphasis has been giving players a unique experience, and the client supports this in a number of ways. For starters, I decided to enable the ability for players to set a few parameters more detailed than normally offered in projects. Starting units are another popular aspect of Command and Conquer, and a variety of the games in the franchise have their own unique way of catering to this classic concept. In CnC: Final War, players have several options on how to start with forces in play already.

An early screenshot shows off the Bonus Tech options, which players can use to disable optional units.

Another early screenshot shows off the choices for starting units, which allows for a variety of audiences to find what they desire.

Another emphasis I aimed to achieve in CnC: Final War was a robust and modular set of game modes that could be toggled back and forth, as well as a way to filter maps based on conditions such as starting point layout, design, and later in development map-based game modes such as Megawealth. Utilizing the toggle options seen in the second screenshot above as well as the drop down filter selection seen below, players should be able to create custom battlefield rules oriented just as they see fit.

A testing screenshot of the Map Filter selection menu. These are merely map filters, and have no rules attached to them.

Mod Content Additions

Many new features have been added to the mod since the last developer post, and the content available has rounded out into quite the project. For starters, all sub factions have been completed and fleshed out. The Remnant Legion went through an overhaul to increase their diversity and address serious balance issues from old designs. Maps have received new tech structures, such as the Tech Refinery, and additional capturable goodies such as Turret Nodes and the Repair Faility.

The ATOMOS Initiatve utilize hover and amphibious platforms, and are the forces that have authorization to utilize the ECC Tanya.

The Remnant Legion ended up with several new structure arts, as well as two brand new superweapons.

Secret Labs received a serious upgrade, with the Tanya's Time-shifters! These powerful units are familiar Yuri's Revenge units, given a Final War conversion and hidden away on the maps. There are three vehicles and three new heroes hidden within, left as secrets for players to discover. The temperate theater has also received some upgrades, allowing players to create full urban environments as well as emulate the old Red Alert Interior theater!

Tanya and her misfit band of time-traveling weapons.

What's Coming Next?

Not to be forgotten, the AI of the project has seen drastic improvements made by an extensive overhaul that expanded and diversified their tactics. Beta tests have pushed the balance more and more favorably, and the map pool grows still. Final touches are applied every time the mod updates, and a release is planned for October 1st, 2018! (barring any major setbacks) Stay tuned for an official announcement trailer, and enjoy the carnage below!

Zero Hour Enhanced September Update
September 11, 2018 - 20:56
VectorIV, developer from Zero Hour Enhanced, has recently posted a news presenting the infantry of the NATO faction of his mod.

Here's some of the infantry that you'll be able to use to defend Europe from the soviet invasion:

There is a complete explanation of these units and much more at this post on its ModDB Profile. Check it out!