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Postby protecyon » Oct 9 2005, 20:16

If you would like to take a look at the original page visit this link:
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Postby thinkingofyou86 » Oct 9 2005, 20:16

perfect,very well

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Postby Sgt_BFG » Nov 12 2005, 14:17

Holy SH*T!!!!!!!

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Postby Orfinn » Nov 12 2005, 14:23

Hmm seems he missing M&M 4,5 and the Winds of War expansion for H4. Still a great collection, i want H2!

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Postby Sgt_BFG » Nov 12 2005, 14:24

Clouds of Xeen is M&M4 and Darkside of Xeen is M&M5, he is missing Winds of War though

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Postby Sir Charles » Nov 12 2005, 14:49

LOL. And I thought I was the only one who had a shelf like that. I've got a few he doesn't, but he's also got some I don't have either. I don't have Nuclear War, Wetlands or Planet's Edge, but he's missing H4 Winds of War, and all the Chronicles.

This is making me feel a bit nostalgic. Might have to fire up Might and Magic II again....just for old times sake. :O) (that's STILL my favorite of all time *grin*)
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Postby Sir Charles » Nov 12 2005, 14:52

And don't forget about Might and Magic 5 1/2. Swords of Xeen. That one you get after you install both Clouds and Darkside on the same harddrive. Nice little surprise for those loyal fans of the series. :O)
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Postby JSE » Nov 12 2005, 15:39

Don't want to seem like a wisenheimer, but as far as I know, having installed M&M 4 and 5 on the same harddrive, creates the "World of Xeen" with a number of additional quests etc.

"Swords of Xeen" on the other hand is a licensed M&M game created by another developer and using the Xeen engine.
Edited on Sat, Nov 12 2005, 08:39 by JSE

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Postby Daystar » Nov 12 2005, 16:41

GOOD GODS OF MY ANCESTORS!
that's a long shelf.

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Postby rubiconiii » Nov 12 2005, 17:19

That's a marvellous collection you've got there!
1 ?: What's special about the MM6 special edition?

Anyway take good care of your collection as I reckon that it would be near impossible to collect from scratch today. 8)

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Postby vepeli » Nov 12 2005, 18:03

Hello everybody!

Thanks for the comments, I put earlier my first post in the Heroes Round table in M&M Discussing, and [CH]Angelspit was so nice to put my collection picture here.

Yep, my humble collection is not complete yet.. For instance it misses Heroes Chronicles completely and Heroes IV Winds of War..
Answer to that one question : Why M&M VI Special Edition?
Well, it has all the previous M&M titles (I-V) with it, so they are more easy to install on modern computer today. Then again in Millenium Edition You have Swords of Xeen and also World of Xeen with the speeches. :)

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Postby Ryder » Nov 12 2005, 19:28

vepeli,

isnt Hammer of the Gods a great game?

I'm the exact same as Sir Charles, got/had them all except the ones he mentioned. Although I never bought the Chronicles, stuff that.

I dont however still have the original boxes for KB or MM1 - MM3 since I played them on different systems.

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Postby Kartabon » Nov 12 2005, 20:59

great collection ;)

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Postby Aspiriins » Nov 13 2005, 4:56

applauses, applauses, applauses!!!!

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Postby vepeli » Nov 13 2005, 7:48

To Ryder, Yep, Hammer of the Gods is a great game. I haven't finished it. In future when I have completed those games that I'm now playing, I get down to it again.

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Postby Monastor » Nov 13 2005, 12:30

Breath-taking :0

I want to buy it... How much??
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Postby rubiconiii » Nov 13 2005, 15:46

Is it MMVI SE that comes with the cloth map for Enroth?

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Postby vepeli » Nov 13 2005, 16:24

Monastor, thanks for Your complement, but my humble collection is not for sale..

rubiconiii,
Yes, M&M VI SE has cloth map of Enroth.

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Postby lpatenaude » Nov 13 2005, 19:25

To Vepeli,
If only you had 5.25" unit for these floppies and, good cd-rw optical drive's burning program, you could be able to compile all of your M&M titled versions + the HoMMII, III & IV onto one(1) single CD disk(single sided) as an additional guarantee to be able to reinstall them properly at a much faster pace at any time you feel like replaying them.
That way, you do not risk to damage your floppies and keep them in true archiving place(no dust accumulating onto them thru time).
By the way, good work at keeping them for further reference to help others understand the origins of M&M.
My collection would take two wall length multiplied by two + one more of that same length just for my DVD's(box sets and single films) that I get to play on my PC all the time(that include the rental ones from the local video store).
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Postby ToweringAmishPlumber » Nov 13 2005, 23:32

An impressive collection, but since when were "Planets Edge", "Anvil of Doom", "Inherit the Earth", "Nuclear War"!!!, and "Wetlands" "Might and Magic titles..."?


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