Table of Contents
- 1 Who owns MechCommander?
- 2 When was MechCommander released?
- 3 Where can I download MechCommander?
- 4 What happened to MicroProse?
- 5 How many mechs can you control in Battletech?
- 6 Is my abandonware safe?
- 7 Who owns Master of Orion?
- 8 Who made Sid Meier’s Civilization?
- 9 What is Battletech revised?
- 10 Is Downloading abandonware illegal?
Who owns MechCommander?
|Publisher(s)||MicroProse Hasbro Interactive (Gold)|
|Designer(s)||Ross Babcock Tom Dowd Mitch Gitelman Tim Ryan Steve Scott Denny Thorley Jordan Weisman|
When was MechCommander released?
June 24, 1998
MechCommander/Initial release dates
Where can I download MechCommander?
If you go to MechCommander.org, you can download all of the MechCommander games for free!
What happened to MicroProse?
In 2001, MicroProse ceased to exist as an entity and Hasbro Interactive sold the MicroProse intellectual properties to Infogrames Entertainment, SA. MicroProse UK’s former main office in Chipping Sodbury was closed in 2002, followed by the company’s former headquarters in Hunt Valley, Maryland in 2003.
How many mechs can you control in Battletech?
You can only field four Mechs but the enemy has 12 Mechs, 10 Tanks, turrets and shredder vehicles. WTF!
Is my abandonware safe?
Is Abandonware Safe? Major abandonware sites like MyAbandonware and Abandonia are safe, serving thousands of users every day. These sites also host almost every abandonware title, so you don’t need to head into the unknown depths of the internet looking for a title on a sketchy website.
Who owns Master of Orion?
|Master of Orion|
|Developer(s)||Simtex Take-Two (Mac)|
Who made Sid Meier’s Civilization?
MPS LabsMicroplay Software
What is Battletech revised?
Battletech Revised is a complete BattleTech experience, with changes to gameplay, economy, mechs, weapons, story, equipment, and more. Download it today! You can find a detailed feature list, as well as the credits for the mod and other helpful guides in the articles section.
Is Downloading abandonware illegal?
Technically, no, abandonware is not legal. While abandonware is generally just taken to mean an old game that can be downloaded for free, it actually isn’t that simple – there are a few different types of abandonware games.