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Command & Conquer: Tiberium Alliances

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Treadful Mistank: EA Explains Tiberium Alliances’ Tanks

So EA made a bit of boo-boo. The publishing behemoth recently came under fire for seemingly commandeering and conquering tank designs from Warhammer 40K for use in bite-sized browser-based disaster C&C: Tiberium Alliances. The resemblance was pretty much unmistakable. Every turret, tread, and grindy, mashy thing was replicated almost 1:1. So, EA, it all looks pretty incriminating, and I've heard prison is a rough place…

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Oh Dear: C&C Tiberium Alliances May Have ‘Borrowed’

If I were EA, it would be right about now I'd be issuing a memo to all my employees and contracted developers to say, "Hey guys, um, can we all stop doing overtly dumb things for a bit? Cheers, thanks, love EA." With an internet backlash against the company, part deserved, part self-entitled arsetits leaping on the latest channel for their boundless streams of hate,…

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Command & Conquer: Tiberium Alliances Is Playable Now

Electronic Arts send word that their browser-based spin-off from the C&C series, Command & Conquer: Tiberium Alliances, has entered playable beta. Phenomic, who did EA's other F2P (EA cleverly called it Play4Free) titles, BattleForge and Lords of Ultima, are behind the project, which allows players to play old school C&C action in the browser, and work together to capture territory on some kind of global…

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C&C: The Browser Game: The Trailer

Right, this will get tongues a-wagging. C&C Tiberium Alliances is the next reboot of the Nod vs GDI universe, and as we discovered earlier it's a browser-based "epic strategy MMO" using the dark magicks of HTML5. Here's what it's going to look like. In short, like C&C classic in some ways and yet... not. Really not.

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Browse’n’Bash: C&C Tiberium Alliances

Update: we now also know that this will indeed be free to play, and that the beta kicks off tomorrow. Oho, looks as though we're actually getting two new Command & Conquer games. We know about the Frostbyte-powered, militaristic Generals 2, but the Tiberium universe yet lives too. Command & Conquer: Tiberium Alliances is a browser-based, HTML 5-powered "epic strategy MMO" which "allows players to…

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