This game introduces a new foe: The xenophobic Empire of the Rising Sun.
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The game also features a cinematic story line -- the longest in the franchise's existence, with a full hour of cinematic cut-scenes -- including some over-the-top action and hammy acting from big-name Hollywood talent, such as Tim Curry, Jonathan Price, Peter Stormare and George Takei. In this installment, the Soviets, desperate to find a way to beat back the Allies, invent a time machine to eliminate Albert Einstein before the creation of technologies which will lead the Allies to victory.
Indeed their efforts yield fruit--the Allies are on the ropes, but a new superpower--the Empire of the Rising Sun--has appeared. The game features cooperative multiplayer support, either online with other players Mac or PC or with computer-controlled players, along with an increased emphasis on naval warfare. Could be worth a look.
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Works great on Mac, though read the download page, I think you need to install Mono first. If you boot the game and your mouse beachballs, just leave it, it's actually doing stuff, I think it has to do this the first time and shouldn't need to do it again. Just give it a few minutes, don't close it, it shouldn't happen again if you let it hang once.
After you found the game you want to download select View All Downloads and there will be a Mac option. You can try using Virtual Box to run a windows VM on the mac, then install those freeware games on that. Or you can look into setting up Boot Camp to install windows on the Mac.
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It's a wrapper that uses Wine to run windows applications on Mac. Red Alert.
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Command and Conquer. Theres a bunch of tutorials that tell you how to install Porting Kit itself and the games. The games are a little unstable on Porting Kit though.
I've had them lock up on me a few times. I'd recommend trying Porting Kit first, its really easy, but just be sure to save often so you don't lose a bunch of progress on a mission.
This is great but it's all still to complicated for my pops. Any new games out there that I can just buy? It's strange that the only real option out there for mac are 20 year old games