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SuperPower - New Update Patch Available NOW

by Rainier on Sept. 12, 2002 @ 11:29 p.m. PDT

DreamCatcher has just released a new patch for SuperPower bringing GolemLabs world simulator game to v1.3. The patch fixes and tweaks numerous things in the game aswell as adding custom modifications from Eclzeastes (which is probably the reason why its 37mb!). Read more for a detailed fix list and links where to grab it.

Grab the SuperPower v1.3 patch off Worthplaying (37mb)

Grab the SuperPower v1.3 patch off DreamCatcher (37mb)

Version 1.3 modifications :

  • Tutorial crashes fixed
  • Updated the MAIN.DAT file with numerous fixes (see below)
  • SS failed actions are listed in the end turn report
  • New bases no longer have demographic and resource buildings
  • Denied friendly moves don't go to destination if on Quick Resolve All
  • AI doesn't buy the same technology over and over anymore
  • International Monetary Fund demands are all printed with results in the newsflash at the end of the turn
  • Changed the way the CD player recognizes music CDs
  • Fixed inconsistencies in End Turn battle result messages concerning rebels
  • Army deserters are printed in the End Turn production report
  • Changed the way the resources behave in countries conquered or unofficially controlled by the player
  • Numerous other fixes and tweaks

Installation instructions:

  • Click on the link above to download the update.
  • When prompted to, save the update to your hard disk.
  • Once the file is downloaded, extract the file content to your SuperPower game folder overwriting all existing files. If you installed the game using the default settings, it should be in the C:Program FilesDreamcatcherSuperpower folder.
  • In some cases, you might get an error message telling that the Superpower.exe file couldn't be overwitten. If that is the case, simply manually delete Superpower.exe from the game's folder and extract the patch content again.
  • Once you finish extracting the files, run the game and check the game's bootup screen to confirm you are now running SuperPower v1.2.2. If another version number appears, the patch wasn't installed properly. Get back to step 2 and make sure the files are extracted to the game's root folder and that SuperPower.exe is overwritten.
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