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Total Annihilation
Game Description:Prepare yourself for the next generation of real-time strategy gaming. Total Annihilation's technological and graphic advancements, including true 3D terrain and real-time 3D rendered units and buildings, make it the most challenging and visually stunning real-time combat game around. Large, diverse maps transport players across radically different landscapes of ice, lava, forest and more. Mega-maps as large as 64 Mb, thousands of screens wide, promise hours -- even days -- of battle. With true 3D weapon trajectories, holding "high ground" isn't just a saying, it's survival. Players can lob artillery shells over hillsides, while long-range "Big Bertha" cannons bombard the enemy from halfway across the world.
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