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Today 03:06 PM
Mystvan
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Originally Posted by Smiling Spectre View Post

You need this disc.

Check yourself.
Thank you very much for the link.

I already own the original disc versions of Warcraft I, Warcraft II and its expansion, although Warcraft II has been translated and dubbed into Brazilian Portuguese.

Ugh! I hate the dubbed version in Brazilian Portuguese, because I think the original English version is better and more solemn in my opinion. *shrug*

And to be honest, I prefer Warcraft I than its sequel Warcraft II. I think the same thing about Dune II and its sequel Dune 2000.
Today 11:28 AM
Smiling Spectre You need this disc.

Check yourself.
17-03-2019 10:04 PM
Mystvan
I’m a Medieval Man

As Gordon228 posted this interesting information in another Sub-Forum, I will be quoting his post and also a text from Wikia on the same subject:

Gordon’s Post


Wikia
13-09-2016 11:37 AM
zirkoni
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Originally Posted by celticfish View Post
Downloaded the rip version. Found war2cd.bat
There's no war2cd.bat in the Abandonia version.
This is where you select the game when you run war2.bat:
13-09-2016 02:00 AM
celticfish
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Originally Posted by zirkoni View Post
The archive includes the data of both CDs and when you start the game with war2.bat you select if you want to play the original game or the expansion pack. The script will then mount the appropriate data directory as a CD-drive in DOSBox and you can play the game you selected.
Downloaded the rip version. Found war2cd.bat.
Still asking to insert a CD and I didn't find anywhere where I can choose from original game or expansion. Little help please and thank you??!!!
13-09-2016 01:42 AM
celticfish
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Originally Posted by zirkoni View Post
The archive includes the data of both CDs and when you start the game with war2.bat you select if you want to play the original game or the expansion pack. The script will then mount the appropriate data directory as a CD-drive in DOSBox and you can play the game you selected.
Hm... I don't have war2.bat
When I used wizard to install it I used SETUP. EXE
12-09-2016 10:53 PM
zirkoni
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Originally Posted by celticfish View Post
The game asked me to put a second Cd which I don't have. Any suggestions??
The archive includes the data of both CDs and when you start the game with war2.bat you select if you want to play the original game or the expansion pack. The script will then mount the appropriate data directory as a CD-drive in DOSBox and you can play the game you selected.
12-09-2016 02:37 PM
celticfish
A little problem

Hello everyone!
I was so happy to find one of fav games, downloaded it, used D-Fend to run it to only find out that I need a second CD.. The game asked me to put a second Cd which I don't have. Any suggestions?? Thanks in advance!

PS. Feel free to move my reply to another thread if this one isn't acceptable.
07-03-2016 01:59 PM
JamesGoblin
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Originally Posted by Scatty View Post
It takes some time to get used to (and Warcraft II is the most mass-unit-spam game in the series), and many comfort functions weren't invented yet - but if you never go through the very first Warcraft - Orcs and Humans game all the way through to Warcraft 3, you can't say Warcraft III is a serious game.
I thought "serious" as in "first one I put very significant amount of time into", nothing more than that.
03-03-2016 02:04 AM
Scatty
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Originally Posted by JamesGoblin View Post
I always planned to give this a try - for "historical" reasons and curiosity - but since Warcraft 3 was my first serious game (and one of the all time favorites), the feeling that step back would only disappoint kept on stopping me from even trying.
It takes some time to get used to (and Warcraft II is the most mass-unit-spam game in the series), and many comfort functions weren't invented yet - but if you never go through the very first Warcraft - Orcs and Humans game all the way through to Warcraft 3, you can't say Warcraft III is a serious game.
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