Tiberian Sun on CNCnet.org:
I spent countless hours playing skirmish matches of Command and Conquer: Tiberian Sun growing up. Age of Empires and Starcraft are great RTS series, but Command and Conquer has always been my favorite. And Tiberian Sun is my favorite of favorites. A graphics upgrade from the original C&C and Red Alert 1 make Tiberian Sun easier on the eyes, and some polishing to the game mechanics make Tiberian Sun a quick and easy game to pick up and play for new and veteran players alike. (Tiberian Sun is also fun and easy to mod!)
Whether you’re bombing your opponent with Orca Bombers, unleashing a Cyborg Commando into your opponent’s base with a Subterranean Transport, or charging through the front gates with a Mammoth Tank, Tiberian Sun features an array of near-future military units both familiar and unique.
One of my favorite parts of Tiberian Sun that sets it apart from other RTSs is the superweapons. The Brotherhood of Nod has a missile silo and GDI has an ion cannon, both of which can strike anywhere on the map, which can quickly turn the tide of any battle.
If you love RTSs, you’ll love Tiberian Sun
Other C&C games on CNCnet.org:
In addition to Tiberian Sun, CNCnet.org has the original Command and Conquer, Red Alert 1, and Dune 2000. There are also online peripherals and other utilities for Red Alert 2, Yuri’s Revenge, and C&C Renegade (the FPS!), those these games have not been released for free at this time. But Command and Conquer (aka Tiberian Dawn), Red Alert 1, and Tiberian Sun are 100% free whether you want a nostalgic skirmish against AI or to play online with friends. There are also downloads for mods and full conversions to stretch your Command and Conquer fun further.
Endless hours of RTS entertainment can be yours for free at https://cncnet.org/