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(Fixed the article by correcting the mistakes done by the previous author(s) who indicated that the demo is a DOS application which it isn't. Provided general directions on how to run it on modern versions of Windows.)
 
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To run it on modern versions of Windows extract the contents of the INSTALL folder to anywhere on your hard drive. Like the retail version you need a thipx32.dll file from either Scorpio9a or CnCNet (demo does not support multiplayer, but requires this file) and Windows 95 or 98 compatibility mode.
 
To run it on modern versions of Windows extract the contents of the INSTALL folder to anywhere on your hard drive. Like the retail version you need a thipx32.dll file from either Scorpio9a or CnCNet (demo does not support multiplayer, but requires this file) and Windows 95 or 98 compatibility mode.
   
==Downloads==
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==External links==
* ftp://ftp.westwood.com/pub/redalert/previews/demo/ra95demo.zip
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*[ftp://ftp.westwood.com/pub/redalert/previews/demo/ra95demo.zip Download at Westwood's FTP] (link occasionally down)
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*[http://www.gamefront.com/games/cc-red-alert/downloads/command-conquer-red-alert-demo Download mirror at GameFront]
   
 
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{{Command & Conquer series}}

Latest revision as of 14:12, October 30, 2016

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The Red Alert demo is a self-contained promotional package of Red Alert 1, released by Westwood Studios.

ContentsEdit

This demo features three levels from the actual game. 2 Allies and 1 Soviet mission.

CompatibilityEdit

To run it on modern versions of Windows extract the contents of the INSTALL folder to anywhere on your hard drive. Like the retail version you need a thipx32.dll file from either Scorpio9a or CnCNet (demo does not support multiplayer, but requires this file) and Windows 95 or 98 compatibility mode.

External linksEdit

Command & Conquer series
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