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Supreme Commander is a real-time strategy computer game designed by Chris Taylor and developed by his company, Gas Powered Games. For a thousand years, three opposing forces have waged war for what they believe is true. There can be no room for compromise: their way is the only way. Dubbed The Infinite War, this devastating conflict has taken its toll on a once-peaceful galaxy and has only served to deepen the hatred between the factions. After centuries of struggle, the battle for supremacy has at last reached a turning point. Under your strategic command and leadership, will your faction reign supreme? Will you be victorious and elevate your race to domination? Or will you lead them into the hell of defeat and ultimate extinction?
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* New Playable Faction: A completely new playable faction will be available in multiplayer games and serve as the main threat during the new single-player campaign. This new threat is a cunning and devious race with advanced technology and are true masters of quantum technology. New weapons, new strategies, new conquests! * New Units: 110 new land, sea, air, base and experimental units evolve armies to address strategic weakness or become the ultimate expressions of factional military doctrine. * Warfare on an Epic Scale: Fully realized navies, orbital weaponry and advanced counter intelligence technologies give commanders unprecedented, deadly new capabilities in what is already the most strategic RTS on the market today. * New Multiplayer Maps: New multiplayer battlefields provide new grounds for players to prove their supremacy. * New Single Player Campaign: Play through a brand new single player campaign as you gather your forces to save mankind from extinction.
Since so large a portion of the time of an army is passed in camps, thatbranch of military science which governs the arrangement of forces whenstationary, is one of considerable importance. It is in camps thatarmies are educated, that all the details of organization aresystematized, that the morale of troops is cultivated, that a round oflaborious though monotonous duties is performed. Nothing is so trying tothe temper of the individuals composing an army as a long season in astationary camp; nothing has more effect for good or for evil upon thearmy in the aggregate, than the mode in which the time, at such aseason, is occupied. The commander who does not exercise care to havehis camps pitched in the proper localities, to insure the observance ofhygienic rules, and to keep his men employed sufficiently in militaryexercises, will have discontented, unhealthy, and indolent troops.
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