Open Source real-time strategy game engine for early Westwood games such as Command & Conquer: Red Alert written in C# using SDL and OpenGL. Runs on Windows, Linux, *BSD and Mac OS X.

OpenRA A Libre/Free Real Time Strategy game engine supporting early Westwood classics. Website: http://www.openra.net IRC: #openra on irc.freenode.net Repository: https://github.com/OpenRA/OpenRA Please read the FAQ

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