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This article contains a list of Command & Conquer references in popular culture.

Games

  • Dark Konflict
  • Future Conflict
    • A DOS RTS game, heavily inspired by Tiberian Dawn. It was created by Chris Jones, who is also the developer of Adventure Game Studio.
  • Lands of Lore III
  • MySims SkyHeroes
    • Natasha Volkova was set to be a cameo in a similar vein to main characters from other EA published titles, but she was cut from the final release.
  • The Sims 2
  • The Sims 3: World Adventures
    • Tiberium can be obtained in the form of a relic from Egypt, combining certain combinations of relics using a Carter's series display case, or breaking space rocks using the Board Breaker. It will start out as a small Spire Cut Tiberium that can be sold for 89 Simoleons, but within a single day, it will become a Large Spire Cut Tiberium worth 30k Simoleons. Leaving a piece of Tiberium in a Sim's inventory for a while will give the Sim "Visceroidal Nausea", which drops the Sim's mood by 20, causes them to become very sick and vomit frequently.
  • StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty
    • The mission "Fire in the Sky" features the achievements "Red Alert" and "Conquer & Command".
  • Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness
    • Entering the cheat code "disco" plays the hidden track "I'm a Medieval Man", which is a parody of "Mechanical Man" from the Tiberian Dawn soundtrack.
  • World of Warcraft
    • The blood red crystals on Bloodmyst Isle bear a heavy resemblance to Tiberium in appearance and behavior, as it infests and mutates the flora and fauna on the island.

TV series

  • Battlestar Galactica (2004)
    • The Kodiak makes a cameo appearance as part of the refugee fleet in the series finale "Daybreak".
  • Die Redaktion
    • Generals - Zero Hour was parodied in an episode of "Die Redaktion" (The Editorial Team), a monthly comedy video produced by the German gaming magazine GameStar. It was published on the DVD of issue 11/2007.
  • Pure Pwnage
    • In the original web series, the protagonist Jeremy is a self-proclaimed "pro gamer" specializing in RTS games, especially in Generals - Zero Hour. Jeremy also plays Tiberium Wars in a later episode.

Songs

Telephone screenshot showing Tiberium on the list

  • "Telephone", Lady Gaga
    • In the music video, one cup of Tiberium is seen on the list of poison ingredients.

Software

  • Low Orbit Ion Cannon
    • The Low Orbit Ion Cannon is an application used for network stress testing and DDoS attacks. It was infamous for being used by the hacktivist group Anonymous to take down websites by the Church of Scientology as part of Operation Chanology. Named after the Ion Cannon from the Tiberium universe,[1] the GUI uses the concept artwork of it for Tiberium Wars.

References

  1. Airdemon Network Security, "Low Orbit Ion Cannon" (archived). Archived from the original on September 27, 2012. Retrieved 2013-11-22.
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