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#3350291 - 07/24/11 08:44 PM Re: Ticonderoga: Life and Death on the High Seas [Re: IamFritz]
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Finally got this mounted on a virtual drive- no need to risk my antique CD-ROM anymore. Now I just need to remember how to write a batch file so I can just click on that. Then this sim will be as automated as it was meant to be!
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#3507757 - 01/31/12 02:56 AM Re: Ticonderoga: Life and Death on the High Seas [Re: IamFritz]
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So... um... I think I finished the Iranian Campaign. We sank a few ships and then... Admiral chews me out, but I keep my commission... then it shows my Ticonderoga Class cruiser sailing off into the sunset.

I think I won the Iran Campaign.
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#3525352 - 02/24/12 11:04 AM Re: Ticonderoga: Life and Death on the High Seas [Re: IamFritz]
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I used to play that game something like xx years ago and I liked it.

2 questions:
- Where can I buy it?
- How would I make it work on Vista 64-bit?

In advance thank you!
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#3529219 - 02/29/12 10:04 PM Re: Ticonderoga: Life and Death on the High Seas [Re: Gunnyhighway]
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Originally Posted By: Gunnyhighway
I used to play that game something like xx years ago and I liked it.

2 questions:
- Where can I buy it?
- How would I make it work on Vista 64-bit?

In advance thank you!


It needs DOSBOX to play it. There's a conversation a while back in these forums how to set it up- different things worked for different people. I've used DOSBOX with it in Win98, WinXP and Win 7... so it should work no matter what.

Where is it available? Amazon has a few copies for cheap. For the fun I've gotten out of it, it's a steal.


Edited by IamFritz (02/29/12 10:05 PM)
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#3529221 - 02/29/12 10:06 PM Re: Ticonderoga: Life and Death on the High Seas [Re: IamFritz]
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Maybe the best thing about this game is you can window it and work on something on one part of your screen and watch the battle unfold on the other. Play and work!
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