Red Alert: Apocalypse is a real-time strategy game where you are controlling the avatar of an Allied forces GI fighting against Soviet communists or conversely as a Soviet Conscript fighting against the Allied forces. This game will let you have a good view of both sides of the war, which makes it unique on its own. Your view of the game's action is from an isometric perspective common to most 2D real-time strategy games. You can easily choose and move your assembled units, that are very good at navigating the game's environments. There are no special advanced options for your units as you can't move your troops in preset formations, as well as not being able to scout or return for repairs.
Red Alert 2: Apocalypse is developed by Unimatrix for Microsoft Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT, Windows 2000, and Windows XP Operating systems. You will require at least three-point fifty-nine megabyte (3.59 MB) free memory space on your system to install this game. Red Alert 2: Apocalypse is totally free to download and features every unit and structure of the Allied forces as well as the Soviet side. There is also a return for classic units like the versatile Allied IFV, as well as the Soviet Apocalypse Assault tank and so much more.
Depending on the part of the world you are from, the war between the allied forces and the Soviet communists will be told from different perspectives. If your country of residence has ties with the Allied forces, you will most likely support their cause, while if you understand what communists are trying to do, you would want to lean towards the communist's side. Regardless of how you heard the story of the war, Red Alert 2: Apocalypse will let you into the world of the soldiers participating in this battle. Red Alert 2: Apocalypse interface takes some getting used to, but once you understand how the game works, you will enjoy playing it. Some of the shortfalls in this game is that when you organize units to battle, the number that corresponds with the group appears large blocking you from seeing some of the smaller infantry approaching you. You may also find it difficult to see incoming enemy units on the minimap, especially if you are using a higher resolution screen.
You can set waypoints for several different units, allowing you to conduct these groups at the same time, although it is not advisable to do this when the battle is on. The lower portion of the interface is used for constructing all your various units which have been divided into four tabs. The four tabs are base infrastructure, base defences, infantry units, and vehicle units. With this feature finding the exact unit or structure, you want to build really easy. You can also queue up several units for production as well as set rally points, and also personalize the keyboard's hotkeys to suit your taste. In Red Alert 2: Apocalypse, you can build structures and defences at the same time, which is aimed at making the gameplay even more fast-paced. You will have to make use of 9of special mining vehicles to harvest your resources from mineral patches. The moment you construct a refinery in this game, you will see the miner vehicle making an attempt to set towards the closest mineral patch.
The miner on the side of the Allied forces is totally different from the soviets miners. With the Allied miner, the vehicle will automatically teleport itself to the refinery the moment it is full. The Soviet miner is heavily armoured and comes with a powerful machine gun that will shred any group of infantry or any lightweight vehicle. The different units that have been matched together are both unique as they are different. The Soviet unit has a small, spiderlike unit that eats quickly into the enemy's armoured vehicle from the inside. While the Allied forces have an infantry unit known as the Chrono Legionnaire that can teleport to any part of the map, as well as wield weapons that can erase other units and structures out of time. Most units in Red Alert 2: Apocalypse is strong with Intensifies the combat scenes.
Red Alert 2: Apocalypse offers a limited view of the war between the allied forces and the Soviet communist. You will be able to battle as a Communist and use some of their classic weapons like the Apocalypse Assault tank; When you are playing as the Allied GI, you will also have access to teleporting from one place to another.