GAMES:Command & Conquer

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Command & Conquer
Developer Westwood Studios
Publisher Virgin Interactive
Released 1995
Status Perfect
Tested on 0.74
Tested game version Unknown
Links Compatibility List
Commands
Executable C&C.EXE
Installer SETUP.EXE
Setup SETUP.EXE
DOS Extender
DOS4GW.EXE yes
Works with DOS32A N/A

Command & Conquer, abbreviated to C&C and also known as "Tiberian Dawn", is a 1995 real-time strategy computer game developed by Westwood Studios for MS-DOS and published by Virgin Interactive. It was the first of twelve games to date to be released under the Command & Conquer label. To mark the 12th anniversary of the franchise, Electronic Arts, the current publisher and owner of the series, released the game for free in 2007.

The DOS version works under DOSBox, but the Windows version may be preferable.

A Vista-compatible version is included in EA's Command & Conquer: The First Decade. However, it has a several minor and major issues out of the box. A guide to these issues and how to fix them may be read here.

Making it work

This game checks the label of the CD drive so you if you have mounted your CD image:

mount d: /mnt/cdrom -label GDI
mount d: /mnt/cdrom -label NOD

In Windows you may need to include '-t cdrom':

mount d: d:\ -t cdrom -label GDI

If you are working with ISO images:

imgmount d: /home/user/NOD.iso -t iso

Once you have mounted the CDROM, switch to the drive and run setup.exe

If you encounter an error regarding setup.mix, ensure you have mounted the disk with '-t cdrom'.

This game supports both modem and IPX play

If you require support for general issues, see the performance guide and FAQ.

Testing

This game has been tested on the environments listed below:

  • 29 May 2010 by NaSH:
Tested the DOS version on Ubuntu 10.04, with dosbox 0.74 compiled from source (make & checkinstall)
auto detect sound didn't work in setup. used soundblaster 16/awe32 for digital sound
then works fine with sound

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