is the third installment of the Command & Conquer
Tiberian series, which started with Tiberian Dawn
in 1995, returned in Tiberian Sun
in 1999 and is set to conclude with Tiberian Twilight
Strategy tips, guides and forums
Every week, GameReplays tries to publish one short strategy tip, our Tip of the Week
, which usually deals with one particular aspect of the game. In addition, we make longer strategy guides
, which address more complex topics. Chronological Strategy Index
: A rolling index of all Tips and Guides. Chronological Tip-of-the-Week Index
: A rolling index of Tips only. The Strategy Forums
: The place to discuss strategies.
Game information About Tiberium Wars
The third part of the Command & Conquer series continues the story of the struggle of the Global Defense Initiative against the militant Brotherhood of Nod, as the world is slowly being consumed by the ever-spreading Tiberium. Screenshots and Game Art
A collection of screenshots from Tiberium Wars, ingame art and concept art. Technology Tree
A tech tree of all structures, units, upgrades and support powers, both for Tiberium Wars and the expansion Kane's Wrath. Review of Tiberium Wars
GameReplays's very own AgmLauncher takes a critical look at Command & Conquer 3. Kane's Wrath Portal
An expansion pack has been released, Kane's Wrath, which fills in details of the story before, during and after the events of Tiberium Wars. However, the gameplay of Kane's Wrath is significantly different, so that it has its very own section on GameReplays. Game Manual
These guides deal with a single unit type.
A support power is an instant effect that comes at a cost and requires a cool-down time between uses. Most support powers are global (like reinforcements, intelligence scans, or bombardment), while some are particular to a unit or structure (like calling for transport).
Tips and guides from Kane's Wrath
The expansion pack Kane's Wrath
differs from Tiberium Wars
in several aspects of the gameplay such as build costs and upgrade paths. However, some tips from the Kane's Wrath
strategy section still apply partially to Tiberium Wars
and might be worth a look.