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|File - Download OpenRA v20181215|
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OpenRA is a Free Real Time Strategy project that recreates the classic Command and Conquer titles.
We include recreations of C and C (Tiberian Dawn), C and C: Red Alert, and Dune 2000. These are not intended to be perfect copies, but instead combine the classic gameplay of the originals with modern improvements such as unit veterancy and the fog of war.
OpenRA's primary focus is cross-platform multiplayer between Windows, OS X, and Linux; however, we include a number of single-player missions, and also support skirmish games against AI bots.
While the next playtest requires a little more time, there are a number of bugs that we wanted to squash before the holiday season. To address these, release-20181215 is now available with the following improvements:
Fixed servers showing as “Waiting” in the server list after play has started.
Fixed a crash in the lobby if the admin changes the map while a player is joining.
Fixed part of the lobby UI disappearing after transferring admin to another player.
Fixed players showing as “Anonymous” in the lobby after switching from another mod.
Fixed a crash when using the /levelup cheat with units that are already veteran.
Fixed rare crashes when using Attack Move, and when ordering aircraft to land.
Fixed bugs with the Chronoshift killing Construction Yards and duplicating MCVs.
Fixed a glitch if the owner surrenders while a tech-structure is being captured.
Fixed a rare bug where units become uncontrollable after exiting a transport.
Fixed compatibility issues with certain older GPUs.
Removed tech-structure abilities from campaign-specific buildings in Red Alert.
Notes for downstream Linux packagers:
The files generated by our install-linux-* Makefile targets have changed, including the launch scripts, application icons, and mime metadata. If you modify or otherwise rely on the specific installed files then you will need to update your scripts.
All OpenRA-based mods (including our default distribution) are expected to register themselves for in-game mod switching by writing a metadata file to /var/games/openra/ModMetadata/ during installation. Please note that this directory should not be writeable by regular users for security reasons (the metadata files define paths that are executed during mod-switches). See our Debian postinst and prerm scripts for example usage.
The OpenRA game engine is free software released under the GPL3 license. The OpenRA mods require files from the original games, which you will be prompted to download or copy the first time you run a mod.
These files are not covered by the OpenRA license, and remain the property of their original owners.
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