Red Alert 2 is a real-time strategy video game by Westwood Pacific, which was released for Microsoft Windows on October 23, 2000
Initial release date: October 21, 2000
Designer: Dustin Browder
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Modes: Single-player video game, Multiplayer video game
Developers: Westwood Studios, EA Pacific
Platform: Microsoft Windows
This isn’t a trial or restricted version, it’s the complete product. The only “catch” is you’ll need an Electronic Arts account and a copy of Origin to download it, but that doesn’t involve much more than providing your email address, and everything else is handled more or less automatically.
The game should work on any modern PC – and most ancient ones, too – but keep in mind that it expects to be running full-screen and exclusively. If you Alt+Tab away to some other application, the game screen may not be displayed correctly when you switch back.
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Miniumim: PII 266mhz, Win95/98/NT4.0 with Service Pack 3.0 installed, 64MB of RAM, 4x 32bit CD-ROM, 350MB HD Space, 2MB Video Card w/16-bit Color.
Multiplayer: Two player — 56kpbs modem, TCP/IP Connection, or IPX LAN. 3-8 Players — P450, 128MB RAM.
Reviewed On: AMD K6/2 400mhz, Win98, 64MB RAM, 4GB HD, Diamond Viper V700U, Creative Labs Soundblaster AWE 64, 24x CD-ROM.