What's it all about?

Warfare Incorporated is an exciting Real Time Strategy (RTS) game that is complex
enough to engage hard core RTS fans, and simple enough for any newcomer to learn in a short time of playing.  The built-in single player missions serve as an incremental tutorial, one mission building on the next.  But you'll hardly notice the tutorial nature because the story and game play are so engaging.

Once you've learned a little strategy and have beat some of the single player missions, you'll be ready to tackle online multiplayer.  Here you play with up to 3 human opponents, and sometimes an AI army. Multiplayer games may be setup in any way you can imagine.  Here are some examples:

  • 2 player
    • 1 vs 1
    • 2 vs an AI army
  • 3 player
    • 1 vs 1 vs 1 (each player for himself)
    • 1 vs 2
    • 3 vs an AI army
  • 4 player
    • 1 vs 1 vs 1 vs 1 (each player for himself)
    • 1 vs 3
    • 2 vs 2
    • 4 vs an AI army
Now here is the reason you came to this Mission Authoring page... the most exciting part about Warfare Incorporated:  The Mission Editor.  You can use your own creativity to create maps with any of the above configurations.  There have already been hundreds of user created single player missions and more than 50 multiplayer missions.  Even better, they are all available as a FREE download.  More are being created every day.  Now you can be a Mission Author too and see players from all over the world playing your missions.

The steps below will help you download, install and start up the Mission Editor.  Check the Table of Contents in the Sidebar for additional instructions, FAQ's and Tips and Tricks for creating awesome maps.  Also note that the Mission Editor has extensive Help built-in via the Help menu.


Mission Editor
Instructions for Windows XP and above users

1.  CLICK HERE to download the WI Mission Editor to your desktop.

2.  Unzip the file to its own folder on your desktop, or in a location you can remember.
 
3.  Install .NET Framework v1.1 or newer. Your computer probably already has this installed.  If not, this can be installed via Microsoft Download Center.

4. Go into the M folder created by unzipping the file in step 2.

5. Then double click m.exe (also known as "M") to start the map GUI editor.