Die Siedler II: Veni, Vidi, Vici

released in 1996 by Blue Byte published by Blue Byte
  • DOSBox CD+music version last published 2 years, 5 months ago
    Install "Die Sieder II" from local CD-ROM, copying it to local hard disk
    The installer expects the CD with "Die Sieder II: Veni, Vedi, Vici" (German). In the DOS installer, select drive C: and the default location and leave all defaults. The sound card will be configured automatically. After installation, you may want to set the game resolution to 1024x768 (in the game) and configure lutris to start the game in full screen.

    For MIDI sound, you need to run a synthesizer. On modern systems with pulseaudio, this can be achieved e.g. by running "/usr/bin/fluidsynth -is -a pulseaudio -m alsa_seq $SOUND_FONT".

    The game can optionally play CD-Audio (music). Support for CD audio in dosbox requires a local copy of the CD in CUE/BIN format. This installer creates this local copy. The installation occupies ~600MiB disk space. The physical CD isn't required any more after installation.

Veni, Vidi, Vici is the sequel of the well-known Settlers game. You start your settlement with only one main building. To build any other buildings, you first must find a source for stones and wood. So you start to build little roads where your men transport all the different goods along. There exist more than 30 different professions your men can have, and many different building types. Of course, there are other settlers in your area, too, so war is unavoidable.

  • Genre: Building, Strategy
  • Platform: MS-DOS

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