Command and Conquer: Red Alert - Counterstrike: Unauthorized Secrets and Solutions

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Prima Pub., 1997 - Games - 137 pages
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The stakes have been raised. In Counterstrike, you can no longer breeze through each mission on auto-pilot. You?ll need foresight, planning, and even a bit of luck. This book is a valuable companion to the fiendishly different new scenarios!

Inside you?ll find:
• Detailed maps and walkthroughs of every single-player mission
• Tactics for single- and multiplayer games
• Precise statistics for the new units you?ll encounter
• Walkthrough of the secret Giant Ant campaign!

Delve deeper into the alternate WW II timeline of Counterstrike. Command & Conquer: Red Alert—Counterstrike Unauthorized Secrets and Solutions guides you through these new and challenging missions tracing a clear path to victory!

About the Author

Joe Grant Bell is the author of numerous electronic entertainment titles including Command & Conquer: Red Alert Secrets & Solutions Unauthorized, MechWarrior 2: The Official Strategy Guide, and Heroes of Might and Magic II: The Official Strategy Guide, all for Prima.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Allied and Soviet Units
21
General Strategy
43
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Joseph Bell is a senior diagnostic integration engineer for a major diesel engine manufacturer. Previously, he served as the lead electrical test engineer for the Navistar High Performance Truck series. A former truck and automobile technician, Bell transitioned to automotive engineering after graduating from Purdue University with a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering technology. He is an ASE Master Truck L2 Technician and Master Automobile Technician, as well as an active member of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), with a focus on HD-OBD. A prolific inventor, he holds 14 U.S. patents related to truck electrical and electronic features.

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