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Warcraft 2000: Nuclear Epidemic

Released November 25, 1998 · consists of 0 releases.

WarCraft 2000: Nuclear Epidemic is an unofficial, unlicensed sequel to Warcraft II created by Ukrainian game studio GSC Game World. The game was released for free and in an unfinished state, at the beginning of 1999 after nine months of development. The custom engine made for the game would be furthered developed into the one used for the Cossacks games.

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Warcraft 2000: Nuclear Epidemic

First release date November 25, 1998
Platform PC
Developer GSC Game World
Publisher GSC Game World
Genre Real-Time Strategy
Theme Fantasy , Sci-Fi
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