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Crimson Warfare

rated 4.23 / 5 stars
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Jan 20, 2004 | 1:56 PM EST
  • Review Crew Pick January 21, 2004
  • Daily 3rd Place January 21, 2004
  • Weekly 5th Place January 21, 2004

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*Update (May 6th, 2007): Part II is scheduled to be released along with a multi-player version on Fall 2007. Check out for more details. --Mo
This is a War Strategy game where you get to build and send out from soldiers and tanks to missles and mass bombing!I hope you have fun! (On the first level only a few units are availible, after that, you can choose from limitless possibilities!)
:: Krin | Mo (



Rated 1 / 5 stars

How is this the second highest rated game on Real Time Strategy I am willing to know why.

Let's begin by a factor: This game is nine years old. Don't expect amazing graphics or mechanism.

It is rather crappy graphics and functionality, you can't destroy buildings (or at least there is no button saying that) and all you have to do is spawn any units but the first ones, and you'll win the game. Another thing which annoyed me is the fact that it requires NO strategy at all and its limits of constructing buildings is annoying. Not only that, but all researches I've done seemed to be useless as NO effects happened at all.

Definitively not a game to waste your time, buddy.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

That feeling, when your last name IS KOSTYUK


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Wow that was fun, spam your troops, never use the research, and you can beat the entire campaign in under 20 minutes. Fun.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

played thias sooo long ago when it was new, id really love to know where the music came from


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This was really an impressive game. The weirdest thing about it is that I had a lot of fun, even though I was pretty bad at it. You would be surprised at how well it seems to hold up after all this time. The sounds are pretty authentic too. The designs could probably use a little more detail. It doesn't matter, because it's still fun. It's one of the hardest defense games I've ever played.

I guess I just like how everything is presented in such a realistic manner. It would help if you could speed things up. It's definitly worth checking out for its authenticness. Of course, real wars still probably don't use these kinds of things. It's nice for what it is.