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Red Crucible
Genre FPS / TPS
Developers Rocketeer Games Studio
  • John Kuraica - CEO
  • Lo Saeturn - CTO
  • Travis Tondee - Technical Animator
  • Jose Concha - 3D Artist
  • Luis Uribe - Technical Environment Artist
  • Darcy Nelson - Software Engineer
  • Scott Starks - Community Manager
Engine Unity 3D
Release date August 26, 2010
Modes Online
  • PC
  • Mac
  • Browsers
  • Mac App Store
Size 45 MB
Input methods Keyboard and mouse / trackpad
Price Free
Ratings 17+ (App Store)
Version 1.7.9
Version history

Red Crucible is based on a fictional war between NATO and the Soviet Union in the early 1990s. Operation GROM is the Soviet offensive against NATO and most of the battles are fought on West German territory. Eventually, battles in other parts of Europe including Eastern Europe will be fought.

RC news, November 2008

Red Crucible is a free-to-play online shooter released in August 2010.

Red Crucible

The first version of the game was relatively small. It contained only four vehicles per team: the MBTs, the IFVs, the SPA's and the ADVs.

Red Crucible 2

Since Red Crucible 2, players can customise their loadout and appearance.

Red Crucible: Firestorm

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Firestorm is an upcoming update to the game. It will add new maps, new vehicles, and new items, as well as big make-overs to existing maps.


Red Crucible can best be described as a tactical arcade-like shooter. Players can play in first-person, or in third-person mode. There are ground and air vehicles available in arenas in deserts, villages, bays, and an oil rig.

Where to play

Red Crucible is playable for anyone. One does not need to create an account in order to play the game. However, the progress of the guest player will not be saved.



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