Linux News Today: OpenRA Brings C&C: Tiberian Dawn, C&C: Red Alert, and Dune 2000 to Linux
OpenRA is an open source project that recreates and improves upon the classic Command & Conquer and that has C&C: Tiberian Dawn, C&C: Red Alert, and Dune 2000 games in one collection.
The OpenRA has been very busy, and it looks like they are ending 2015 is great style. They have just pushed a new update out the door, and it’s a big one. Some pretty interesting features have landed, some that have been available in the original games and some that are additions from moderns titles.
“In particular, this release introduces the global chat channel that is shared across all mods, which will allow you to meet up with other waiting players and arrange matches without joining servers. Going along with it is a re-design of the ingame server browser as well as the skirmish lobby,” developers write on the official website.
According to the chnagelog, a game speed selector has been added, a new way of scrolling the map has been introduced, the “Defend” stance is now used by default, the Dune 2000 mod has been overhauled, a number of balancing changes have been made, the Tiberian Dawn mod also includes two new single-player missions, and the map editor has been improved even further.
More details about this release can be found in the official announcement. You can download OpenRA from the Softpedia.