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Command & Conquer Demo 1.02

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
ccdemog.hqx (10.45 MB)
MD5: 73303b1b0ec5877e64a9f88a72bca079
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
ccdemoe.hqx (24.95 MB)
MD5: 4954d1ee3bd68aab2b76028174f2a02d
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
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Command & Conquer is a modern sci-fi real-time strategy game which was published in 1995 by Westwood Studios. Later referred to as "Command & Conquer: Tiberian Dawn" in subsequent releases, it was the first title in the now long-running series, and focused on the everlasting conflict between the forces of the Global Defense Initiative and The Brotherhood of Nod as they each vied for power and influence across the world during the early days of the Tiberium War.

The demo features three missions from the GDI storyline. Two files are included for download. The first file, "ccdemog.hqx", contains the game files and should be installed at the start. The second file, "ccdemoe.hqx", is the "Extras" folder, which should contain the video file for the demo. Once this is extracted, move the video file ("DEMOM.MIX") to the Mac C&C Demo folder which was created by the first installer.

See also:
Command & Conquer
Command & Conquer: Update 1.72

Architecture: PPC

System Requirements for full version
Power Macintosh (with PowerPC CPU) required (90Mhz or greater recommended)
System 7.5 or better
8MB free RAM (16MB recommended, 16MB free for Internet play)
Digital Audio via PowerMac built-in audio
30 MB Hard drive space plus 10MB free to run game
14.4 modem (28.8 recommended) for modem play
IPX network (via MacIPX) for LAN play
Color Monitor supporting 256 colors and at least 640x480 resolution

For Internet play
28.8 modem for direct Internet connection
MacTCP x 2.0.6 or Open Transport 1.1 or higher


Jatoba's picture
by Jatoba - 2019, October 22 - 12:20pm

[...] nor does a link to the page itself need to be in its own See Also section

That one I agree with.

lilliputian's picture
by lilliputian - 2019, October 22 - 2:52am

The links weren't well formatted as you noted, but were also copy-pasted across all of the entries. The demo for the original C&C does not need a See Also to the various sequels if they are present on the main game's page (which I left), and game mods for the original don't need to be on the sequel's pages, nor does a link to the page itself need to be in its own See Also section.

Jatoba's picture
by Jatoba - 2019, October 18 - 10:53am

Why did you deem semvalidade2006's "See Also" links extraneous and edited them out? They were all C&C links. It only makes sense. Perhaps simply making them appear in the same line instead of being in a separate paragraph each would be all that would be needed?

lilliputian's picture
by lilliputian - 2015, May 7 - 12:39am

Why would the demo be disallowed, given that it was meant to be freely distributed in the first place? I salvaged it from Westwood's old ftp site which, inexplicably, is still up and running...

MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2015, May 7 - 12:37am

  To keep this page or not to keep this page?

Perhaps keep this page. If anything, as a reminder that the full game is (EA) not permitted here. Also as a working example of what the game is about.

The C&C page where the full game used to be could go.

The EA "heads-up" on the old C&C page could go up in the description area here, too.

IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2015, May 6 - 6:28pm

Thanks for the comment, what about demos and updates?

To keep this page or not to keep this page?

lilliputian's picture
by lilliputian - 2015, May 6 - 12:16am


mrdav's picture
by mrdav - 2015, May 5 - 11:45pm

See also which would have the full game if we were allowed.