[PC, Origin] Command & Conquer: The Ultimate Edition (All 17 Games) - $5.69 @ CD Keys

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Redeem on EA Origin. Collection includes:

• Command & Conquer
• Command & Conquer: The Covert Operations
• Command & Conquer: Red Alert
• Command & Conquer: Red Alert: Counterstrike
• Command & Conquer: Red Alert: The Aftermath
• Command & Conquer: Tiberian Sun
• Command & Conquer: Tiberian Sun Firestorm
• Command & Conquer: Red Alert 2
• Command & Conquer: Red Alert 2: Yuri's Revenge
• Command & Conquer: Renegade
• Command & Conquer: Generals
• Command & Conquer: Generals: Zero Hour
• Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars
• Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars: Kane's Wrath
• Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3
• Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3: Uprising
• Command & Conquer 4: Tiberian Twilight

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Comments

  • +11 votes

    I still play generals.

  • +8 votes

    Oh how I wish these were steam keys

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    Amazing thanks

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    Can you play these on windows 10?

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    Bought this last time, is playable on windows 10, but still haven’t figured a way to fix the resolution issue. Anyone got any fix?

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    wish steam had all the games

  • +5 votes

    EA will be bringing (all?) their games to Steams soon, as was announced recently (https://www.ea.com/news/ea-and-valve-partnership)
    So if you're patient you should be able to get all these on Steam.

  • +8 votes

    For the first few C&C games which are actually Freeware now, this site is really good for patches etc - https://cncnet.org/download and has an option for Online multiplayer via a separate installer.

    Here's a link to C&C1 with a working config tool for Windows 10, where you can adjust resolutions and other options.

    https://forums.cncnet.org/topic/8821-cc-1-tiberian-dawn-inst...

    Enjoy! :)

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    can we play multiplayer with these tho?

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      Not officially, with maybe the exception of Tiberian Twilight. However, there are community servers set up for Generals and C&C3, though I'm not familiar with how those work as I've never used them.

      You should still be able to play LAN games with a LAN connection, or simulating one using software like Hamachi or something.

  • +3 votes

    I remember the day my dad bought me the very first C&C on 2 CD's. My PC couldn't run it, so I had to wait for a year or so before I got a Pentium 166 MHz.

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      I had a 486 DX/2 66mhz and it ran fine. Getting a Pentium put the speed on ludicrous. Your ion canon charges up every 30 secs or so. So you could just wait there with some defenses and attack using nothing but ion canon.

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    'All 17 Games' but only half them actually run…..

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      what ones dont run?

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      Yeah- EA had a shitty launcher and I found that quite a few games didn't work on Win 10. Haven't tried it for maybe two years so maybe they fixed it by now. There is a well known work around where you replace the launcher but it's a hassle. If EA did their testing and cared about their customers they'd actually test it before asking for cash. I recall thinking that I had wasted my money because the games I wanted to really play were the ones that didn't run.

      "It will be a silent spring"

  • +2 votes

    The Spice[Tiberium] expands consciousness

  • +2 votes

    I'm getting so pumped for the C&C remaster!

    https://www.ea.com/en-au/games/command-and-conquer/command-a...

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    Engineer! Affirmative.

  • +2 votes

    I'm a mechanical, I'm a mechanical, I'm a mechanical man!

  • +1 vote

    Construction complete

  • +1 vote

    Lots of great memories all in one package.

  • +1 vote

    This would require me to open Origin…mm nah.

    spez: it's broken anyway, phew.

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    Waste of money, most of the games are unplayable in current standards.

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    Comrade reporting!

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    I played these games so much when I was growing up. starting with Red Alert 1 and C&C 1… probably spent most time on Red Alert 2, and a lot of LAN games with Generals and Zero Hour. Did some Lan games in CnC3 (lol that mothership)… but I'm not sure if I would play these games much today unless I had mates with me looking for some nostalgia. Generals would be so fantastic if it had proper unit pathing that didn't cause your giant army to be rendered into single file; even if being commanded over an open field…

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    Purchased - but not happy that you have to give your phone number to cdkeys to "verify the purchase". They then SMS a code, which you type in to the website before they display the install code.

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    I'm there. Let's rock! Chew on this!

  • +1 vote

    CNC Net is the BEST option to play online or if you want to skirmish with some brutal AI opponents. Without the CNC Net interface, you will face many annoying glitches, resolution problems and the game will feel like you are dragging your mouse across a field of mud. The (free) CNC Net mod clears ALL of that up.

    It is free to download and the only difference you will notice is that you use the CNC Net icon to start the game instead of the actual game shortcut. Note - you must have a legit copy of the game installed before hand - CNC Net is not the actual game, just an interface that makes it run properly on 2019 systems.

    It gave me:
    - A mouse that moved as if I was on my normal desktop - not wading through a sandpit whilst trying to painfully click a build icon or unit.
    - The option to choose 2019 screen resolutions - I use a Dell Ultrawide and run this game at 3440x1440 - runs FLAWLESSLY

    The one thing it will NOT do, is allow you to play the single player campaign though. It is purely for skirmishes and online lobby battles.

    I've been playing this game for months since finding CNC Net - please try it. you will not be sorry.