Command and Conquer Red Alert
This map is an exact recreation of Gettysburg. It's recommended for three to four players. But more if you desire.
A map pack from gmoney375 that contains two maps: The Mississippi and Orey Islands.
This map from Aromanov is one made for naval battles, you start on either one of the 4 islands.
Three multiplayer maps 96x96 in size with varying climates. Recommended for two to six players.
150 Multiplayer maps. all with original design, no repetition.
This map from Andy Smith is a two player map. It has two islands with a lot of gems. This map is mostly water.
Naval Warfare plays a big part in this map from Chrille. Allied can use the boats too attack Soviet... I have made a lake in the middle of Soviets side.
A map from Etniesman that consists of a lake in the middle of the map and both sides are rich in gems.
A winter based Map which will involve air, naval, and land based tactics in order to survive.
Based on the Original C&C Tiberium Garden Map only RA style. Well defined choke points and landscape. Plenty of Ore/Jewels. 2-5 Players
Large map with a large lake in the center. Ideal for land, sea and air confrontation
We have found the secret base of Soviet's flamethrowers. Rumors abound that their new weapon Flaming Missile is nearing completion. It has set on their Forward Command Post. An even more powerful version of that weapon is also in the works. Destroy quick
A rather large body of water encompasses this map. Good map if you enjoy naval battles.
Play a skirmish game before you play a multiplayer game. Use of Air and Naval power should be used strongly and when playing multiplayer game in WChat or any games that envolve two players, you should add two AIs when you play, it enchances the game.
"A German Wargame" Map for 2-4 players. Not too much open space to prevent Tankrushes. Rather encourage combined Arms Attacks and use of Strategy. Includes Streams and River for that purpose as well "Across the Rhine" 2-6 Players. More challenge and bette
21 Multiplayer Maps
The Androscoggin map from Andy Smith is named after a river that ran through the town I am from.