Command & Conquer
Command and Conquer is a real time strategy game produced by Westwood Studios and released in 1995. It features full motion video cutscenes that have been a hallmark of the series and is considered one of the classic RTS games of all time.
The Remastered version came out in June of 2020 and features 4k graphics, 7 hours of remastered music, mod support and full-motion video cinematics.
The basic strategy in C&C is to build a base, gather resources and then send out your forces to annihilate the opposition. Although each mission is slightly different and will have its own objectives.
There are two campaigns to choose from, the GDI (Global Defence Initiative), or the Brotherhood of Nod.
Command & Conquer Walkthrough
Global Defense Initiative (GDI)
Mission 1: X16-Y42
Mission 2: Knock Out that Refinery
Mission 3: Air Supremacy
Mission 4: Stolen Property & Reinforce Bialystock
Mission 5: Restoring Power
Mission 6: Havoc
Mission 7: Destroy the Airstrip
Mission 8: U.N Sanctions & Doctor Mobius
Mission 9: Clearing a Path
Mission 10: Orcastration
Mission 11: Code Name Delphi
Mission 12: Saving Doctor Mobius
Mission 13: Ion Cannon Strike
Mission 14: Fish in a Barrel
Mission 15: Temple Strike
Mission 1: Silencing Nikoomba
Mission 2: Liberation of Egypt
Mission 3: Friends of the Brotherhood
Mission 4: Convoy Interception or False Flag Operation
Mission 5: Grounded
Mission 6: Extract the Detonator
Mission 7: Sick and Dying or Orca Heist
Mission 8: New Construction Options
Mission 9: No Mercy
Mission 10: Doctor Wong or Belly of the Beast
Mission 11: Ezekiel’s Wheel
Mission 12: Steal the Codes
Mission 13: Cradle of my Temple
Westwood Studios was a game developer that became famous for such games as Battletech: The Crescent Hawks Inception, the Eye of the Beholder series, Lands of Lore and Dune II. It’s the last game, Dune II, that inspired Westwood Studios to create Command & Conquer. They wanted a RTS game similar in style to Dune II but were sick of endless desert. They create Command and Conquer, a game along the same theme but focused more on epic battles such as those fought in the Gulf War.
The Command & Conquer series was an immediate success and since its release it has spawned many sequels and offshoots. In 1996 Westwood released Red Alert, which is a prequel to Command and Conquer.