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Christmas Cheer Real Time Strategy (Games)

Modding DEFCON for Christmas: Gifts, Not Nukes 18

An anonymous reader writes "Some coders modified Introversion's DEFCON, the game of nuclear war, by replacing the audio and visual components and some code to make a Christmas mod where you deliver presents instead of nukes to children (Bombers become sleighs, Fighters become reindeer, SAMs become Snowmen, etc). Their site explains the x86 assembly hackery and artistic components of their holiday hack."
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Modding DEFCON for Christmas: Gifts, Not Nukes

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