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Shadez 2: Battle for Earth is the follow up to Shadez: The Black Operations. The player returns as the general of a Mercenary force. This force has been hired by the governments around the world to fight a war that they cannot win. With many nations in ruins from the initial attack, governments have been left with little to defend themselves. This is where you can defeat the enemy and be the dominating force in the world.

The Enemy itself is unknown. This is why you are hired; they came, they saw and they wanted it. They are machine based with no evidence of real intelligence yet just an instinct to kill and eradicate life. They must be stopped before the whole earth is completely wiped-out. Global warming or energy preservation are a thing of the past, survival of the Earth is A1 priority. Now get out there and eradicate them!

Sean Cooper notes: back in 1995 a company called Westwood produced an RTS game called Command and Conquer. There had been so many RTS games up to this point, but this one really made the game accessible to all (well most). It was pre windows 95 and it ran on something called DOS, which was the operating system before Windows came along. This game rocked our world, every night we battled against each other in this more action than strategy game. Later EA bought the company and the rest is history.

Game guide: http://bit.ly/holJt

Reviews


invasiongamesinvasiongames

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Awesome game but has some flaws

I love the idea, graphics, sound, and gameplay. I did have some problems deselecting and selecting units though. I think the units should be deployed closer together and the building should have a longer building range, so you don't have to build and sell to place crap where you want it. Also the mochi coins could have been implemented better. It's still a cool game overall though.


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scheperscheper

Rated 3 / 5 stars

awesome game, but shame of the optional items

The game is awesome. It's complete, greatly detailed and very well made. But unfortunately, to access all features of the game (such as being able to build some units), you have to pay extra, either per unit or in a bundle.


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MRSPYMRSPY

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

shading greatness

very good game reminds me or red alert 1 or 2. The game contains lot of units and upgrades and very creative
game play is good: just like red alert but a landscape version good RTS game but a bit boring
creativity is good: Its very creative to use black colored units and has a unique game kind
graphics is nice: using a landscape art is good and the units turning around animation and the units are very well drawn
the sound is a bit nice: the game has a voice acting but its some what anoning keep on repeating and a very good music will be nice
others well this is a great game but add some unique upgrades and other addons but this is nice game
Good Job!! and make more!!


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mr-jazzmanmr-jazzman

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Really awesome

This game reminds me Command and Conquer and Dune 2000 majorly, especially Tiberian Sun (which was arguably one of the best RTSs ever). Really, really good effort put into this; the artwork is awesome, the sound is crisp, the strategy is challenging. I think my only complaint is that at points it's really hard to see your units due to the fact that it's dark, but then again this ties into the feel of the game. Good stuff man, keep it up!
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quarantaduequarantadue

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

good game but some bug

I really like startegy games (RT and also TB). This games games seems good but I found some problem with controls:
grup assignment only works for key 1
How the hell you can load units into trasporters?
I also don't like games that are half-free, but I have to admit that also programmers need to eat.
Finally I have to notice that C&C was really a good game, and I have played it a lot (and you copied voices from it) but was not an original game, it was just a successor of Dune 2 (1992).