You command the forces of “The Project” in a battle to rebuild the world after mankind has almost been destroyed by nuclear missiles. The game offers campaign, multi-player and single-player skirmish modes, and an extensive tech tree.
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- Cross-platform multiplayer (Windows, Linux, Mac)
- Single Player Campaign with full FMV support
I played this game back in the 90's and played it with my kids when they were small. Just thrashed my 16 year old once again. This is an excellent strategy game, the choices you make from a huge number of technologies are critical to winning. I expect this game will still be around in 75 years. Good work guys.
A GREAT job!
pity the Pumpkin Studios went bankrupt .. realy nice game
It's a good real time strategy game.
I've been playing this game since before 2.3.9 back in 2010/2011 or so. The game was fun then, and the improvements since then have been awesome. It's a real-time strategy game that came out in the late 90s and has been open source for several years now. This game requires no super technical knowledge to install or run. Just download, install, run. That simple. For quick reference, it runs very smoothly on Windows 7 at 1080p resolution on a 6 year old Core2Duo CPU at 2.13 Ghz with 4 GB of RAM. Graphics are scaled properly to nearly any resolution you have, so it's not like trying to play an old DOS game at 1080p (yuck). The community on wz2100.net is helpful and plenty of common questions have already been answered on the forums there. There are usually 1 or 2 online games available in the multiplayer lobby, and it's easy to network the game on a home network, even cross-platform (Mac/PC) as long as you have the same version of the game installed on all machines connecting. If you like the basic gameplay, I totally recommend getting some map mods for the game to make things more interesting, although a good number of maps come with the game. It also has a campaign mode (with or without videos, it's up to you) for people who like that. Multiplayer (or skirmish) matches are quite customizable as far as difficulty and other options. There's lots more to say about the game, but I just wanted to give you some solid reasons to play it. So give it a go. :)