|Uncharted Waters (PC)||Filesize|
|uw1.zip - Complete download||619 Kb|
|Uncharted Waters 2: New Horizons (PC)||Filesize|
|uw2nh.zip - Complete download||2715 Kb|
|uw2nh_pc1.zip - Disk 1/2||1383 Kb|
|uw2nh_pc2.zip - Disk 2/2||1333 Kb|
Other platforms now available. Recently, I've decided to put games from Uncharted Waters serie for other platforms as well. So, now you can download a version of UW2 (similar to UW2 for PC, but less animation) for Super Nintendo (SNeS); and Uncharted Waters (first part!) for Sega Megadrive (sorry, this binary appears to be a bit buggy - I couldn't find anything more reliable on the Net). To play those executables, you'll need to install a game console emulator, or use EEPROM programmator. I guess the latter is much more complex, so running software emulation should be considered for the first time. Personally (remember, all depends on your taste), I would recommend you to use SNes9x for SNES, and KGen98 for Sega Megadrive emulation.
I would like to thank Photon for Uncharted Waters for Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) ROM image. Thanks a lot, it's great!
|Uncharted Waters Series||Filesize|
|uw1_sega.zip - Uncharted Waters for Sega Megadrive||381 Kb|
|uw2_sega.zip - UW2: New Horizons for Sega Megadrive||1080 Kb|
|uw1_snes.zip - Uncharted Waters for Super Nintendo||481 Kb|
|uw2_snes.zip - UW2: New Horizons for Super Nintendo||1265 Kb|
Also, download a handy tool (k) to improve your overall relationships with different countries during the game. I've wrote it because the game itself does not provide a good "self-correction" mechanism to significantly increase friendship levels of your character. Finally, it's now easy to use. If you do not realise, what are "command line arguments" of this tool and how are they used, simply type its name without any parameters and it will display a short help screen. It's written in Assembler, so it should work at almost every PC, ranging from old i8086 models.
As it was mentioned above, "Uncharted Waters" is a very complex and highly sophisticated game. While playing, you will encounter a lot of people (called "Navigators"), whom you can recruit for you team, many weapon and armour types, ship guns, different cities in the distant corners of the world, and, finally, more than 20 historical types of ships. How you will be able to manage to keep in mind all these stuff? Again, I've got a pretty nice solution right for you. Only here you can download a complete database on virtually everything you ever find during your quest. However, due to the huge amount of information available on the topic, this file does not include any data on trade routes, town economies and worldwide prices of goods.
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