State Of War Warmonger Full Version Free Download ((LINK))
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State Of War Warmonger Full Version Free Download
I did succeed to find the demo version of "State of War Warmonger" in english language and the full version of the first "State of War" game in the series also in english language too.
The file name is "State of war.rar", but the full "State of War: Warmonger" (that also requires CD rom to run) is also available in this website for download, but only in the Czech language (english launguage is unavailable).
I downloaded from this site a torrent file and with "BitTorrent" software, I used the torrent file to download both "State of War" and "State of War: Warmonger" full versions, but in Russia language! And these downloads also require CD rom to run.
You will need at least 1 GB of free disk space to install State of War : Warmonger / 蓝色警戒 (Classic 2000). An Intel Pentium 4 2.00GHz CPU is required at a minimum to run State of War : Warmonger / 蓝色警戒 (Classic 2000). However, the developers recommend a CPU greater or equal to an Intel Core 2 Duo Q6867 to play the game. Provided that you have at least an ATI FireGL T2-128 graphics card you can play the game. State of War : Warmonger / 蓝色警戒 (Classic 2000) system requirements state that you will need at least 128 MB of RAM. Additionally, the game developers recommend somewhere around 512 MB of RAM in your system.
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