The only game that can be on par with Red Alert is the game StarCraft Clash of Clans Game, another one of those war strategy games made by one of the leaders in gaming, namely Blizzard. While Red Alert features mainly the U.S. and Soviet, StarCraft showcases three different alien races, the Terran, Proteus and Zerg. The first one involves humans while the second one involves aliens with highly advanced technology and the last deals with mutant like beings. It also contains the similar high end graphics found in Red Alert. Like the latter, StarCraft has evolved from the initial StarCraft I, to its expansions Broodwar, GundamCraft to the latest StarCraft II. If you are an avid fan of war games then you will surely know a thing or two about both of these popular game titles.

The world of gaming has never been this exciting with the introduction of war strategy games into the gaming market around a decade ago. Before, war games have been played solo by gamers, especially during the times of development. Extensive research, however, proved to be useful since gaming programmers and developers were able to develop high end games from the lower end ones, allowing gamers from all over the world to enjoy such high graphics and extreme gameplay that wasn’t present before. War game fanatics and enthusiasts can now be found anywhere in the globe, from the United States, to China, Japan, Australia and Europe all thanks to the time and effort devoted by such game developers.

Red Alert is one of the more popular war strategy games that showcase a lot of units, buildings, structures and weapons. The main objective of one side is to develop the readily given base, harnessing resources such as gold, crystals and iron in order to research tanks, airplanes, missile turrets and even super weapons. It is like any other war based strategy game that can be found in the commercial market, with the main difference of high quality graphics and extreme gameplay that cannot be found in other strategy games today. It is a game that features “micro management” or simply “micro” for gamers, a term used in managing small units, structures and buildings one by one as much as possible in order to process the actions and queues of such.

There are several globally renowned titles when it comes to war strategy games. First is the world acclaimed Red Alert Franchise, a war game featuring two opposing sides namely the U.S. and the Soviet Union. Over the years, this franchise was developed thoroughly by its developers. From the birth of Red Alert I to Red Alert Tiberian Sun, Red Alert Tiberian Sun II, Red Alert II to the newly released Red Alert III, gamers flocked game shops and stores in order to obtain the CD installer of such wonderful war based games. The best part here is that playing these war games require extensive thinking and strategy, developing the minds of the gamers into thinking effectively, assisting in mind growth.