posted 09-17-10 04:49 AM
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Impulse is something like Steam?
I ve already a Steam account.
How long must i wait for it to be on Steam?
posted 09-17-10 02:00 PM
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Has anyone downloaded the total pack or just AoW:SM yet? I am wondering because the only one I bought was the original AoW so far. I noticed that AoW2 and AoW:SM are not yet 'officially' for sale...
Has anyone downloaded them, and are they running ok?
Any issues with the usual mods?
posted 09-17-10 03:49 PM
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I've purchased, downloaded and run AoW:SM using the Impulse link above. It seems to work fine (a little stuttery in a Parallels VM though). It comes installed at v184.108.40.20616. Haven't tried any of the patches yet - I played the heck out of this when it first came out, but am only just figuring out what mods and stuff are available for it now.
posted 09-17-10 08:45 PM
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I just grabbed age of wonders from gog.com - looooove that site. Anyway I thought of trying out some mods so I downloaded rule changer and dark lord. I installed both and followed instructions, but now when I try to launch the game I get the msg, please insert cd. The game worked fine before installing the mods.
One of the reasons I bought it was to check out the mods so this is slightly disappointing. Still worth every penny, you just don't find games like this these days. And the music, so so beautiful.
posted 09-17-10 09:09 PM
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Yeah. Stupid Stardock caught on :/ I really wanted them all now but I guess hey don't like money because i'm going to buy it from gog now.
posted 09-18-10 03:20 AM
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Could anybody give a short report on the copy-protection measures these sites are taking on purchased AoW software?
posted 09-18-10 10:33 AM
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I have downloaded a bunch of games from GOG.com lately. There's no copy protection, once you buy the game it's yours and you can download it again at any time. They also offer free downloads associated with the game like manuals and other stuff. Good site.