System requirements as in Stardock’s site: Minimum requirements: Windows XP SP2 / Windows Vista / 7 / 8 2 GB Available System Memory 512 MB Direct X 9.0c Compliant 3D Video Card (Ge Force 6800 / Radeon X1600 or Better) Direct X Compatible Sound Card Direct X 9.0c 2.2 GHz Dual Core or better Processor Internet connection required for activation and to play.Recommended requirements: 64-bit version of Windows 256 MB Direct X 9.0c Compliant 3D Video Card (Ge Force 7900 / Radeon X3800 or Better) 2.2 GHz Dual-Core Processor Fallen Enchantress was built on top of the unsuccessful Elemental: War of Magic title, released by Stardock on Aug, 2010.What is the most impressive game AI you have come across?Have you ever encountered a situation where it really felt like the computer-controlled opponents were really thinking?
Returned version of game is updated to v1.3 and v2.1 and is same as retail version. There are Independent video games (commonly referred to as indie games) are made by individuals or small teams generally without video game publisher financial support.
my specs 15" MBP 2.16 Core Duo 2gb ram ATI X1600 256mb Late 2012 27 inch i Mac, Core i7 Quad 3.4GHz, 16GB RAM, Nvidia Ge Force GTX 680MX 2GB, 3TB HDD - Mavericks Late 2009 27 inch i Mac, Core i5 2.6GHz, 12GB RAM, ATI Radeon 4850HD 512MB, 1TB HDD - Mavericks Mac Mini, Power PC G4 1.4Ghz, 1GB RAM, Radeon 9200 32MB, 256GB HDD - Leopard Dell Inspiron 1200 Notebook: 1.2GHz Celeron, 1.2GB RAM, Intel GMA915, 75GB HDD - Ubuntu Generic Black Tower PC, Dual Core 64-bit 2.4GHz, 4GB RAM, Ge Force 9600 GT 512MB - Windows 7 Dark Messiah Might and Magic Requires No CD patch.
Runs smooth, but in-game menus are unreadable (only boxes - probably a missing font) and some shader effects don't work. This can't be Cross Over's usual overly long loading times when it comes to Source games, since I actually took a shower and had some dinner in the meantime. yeah, S&M opens up a launch window which is part of its demo/shareware style licensing.
For NH Prof, I need to have some licensing solution so people would be reminded that after 30 days of using the trail, they should pay. That didn’t work out, and I now find myself in the position of having to writing the licensing infrastructure for NH Prof. :) then it wouldn't be a complete waste of your time. You might consider just selling it and letting people be honest about it. Oren, I would recommend keeping it simple with the sole purpose of reminding honest people to be honest.
Any second that I put into the licensing infrastructure is a second that I can’t put into actually making the product itself useful. Those range from being able to use a license on several machines, support floating licenses and removing a license from a machine. I would check out some obfuscation product too if you are paranoid. The truly evil people will crack whatever you create.