Productivity Tanks As Man Discovers FREE and Playable Final Liberation Download

Yeah remember that really cool old 40k Strategy game, the one with the Titans… Yeah Final Liberation. Well my productivity just flatlined as I was shown where I can download it for free!

FINAL LIBERATION FOR FREEEEEE

Get It While It’s Hot!

  • Horus Aximand

    How did you get it to run? D: I keep on getting error messages about it not being isntalled or simply just the menu screen locking up. Sadtimes.

    • Good day, Horus! I have managed to make it run on my old xp machine. I think the answer to your prayers lies in the programme Dosbox. Dosbox allows your computer to generate a dos like environment that SHOUlD allow you to play Final Liberation on a newer PC.

      Here is a link to the wiki article that tells you how to set it up.

      http://www.dosbox.com/wiki/Basic_Setup_and_Installation_of_DosBox

      Hope this solves the issue- let us know as I think Martin is having the same issue.

      • Horus Aximand

        You, good sir, are a star! Hopefully I can get it to work on Windows7 and detract me further from uni work 😛

      • Horus Aximand

        As the program is Windows based and not DOS based it doesn’t appear to work through DOSbox. I’m looking through potential workarounds but I can’t seem to find any other than “you’re fudged”

        • admin

          Sadly I’ve been unable so far to get it to work on my windows 7 machine 🙁

  • I’ve been researching and come up with some stuff:

    “copy and paste this:

    [Options]
    MusicVol=100
    FX_Volume=127
    MV_Volume=127
    UseGrid=0
    DoVideo=0
    WatchAI=1
    AutoSave=1

    Into WordPad, Save it as a text-document(MS-DOS format), and just put it into the Final Liberation folder on your drive. You will have to set the configuration to run the game in Win95′ compatibility and you will have to turn off all themes, 256 colors, etc.”

    “It wont work on 64bit unfortunately, plain and simple.

    Your only option is to either have a separate machine with 32 bit Win on it for moments like these or a virtual machine to run it on within your current set up.

    I have tons of old games that I can’t run now because the installers are too old and 64 bit Win won’t recognise them at all.”

    “The file ‘epic.ini’ is created when the game is successfully run, if you do not have a Win9x partition to get a copy of this file from, then create it yourself then copy and paste the following:

    [Options]
    MusicVol=100
    FX_Volume=127
    MV_Volume=127
    UseGrid=0
    DoVideo=0
    WatchAI=0
    AutoSave=1

    (the file should be 100 bytes size including the final Return after AutoSave=1). Those settings are the defaults except for DoVideo=0 which was changed from 1 to disable the movies”

    “pwervrt

    Post License:
    GNU LGPL
    OK forget all that epic.ini stuff and try this simple procedure, I spent ages trying to get this working then came across this gem.
    instead of running it through desktop cut out the whole file, then simply paste it into the c:drive, run the game and bingo, Roberts yer fathers brother!”

    Hope one of these helps.