New demo for Civilization expansion debuts, World of Warcraft user interface mods updated, and more Metal Gear wallpaper packs appear.
The newest demo for Firaxis Games' Civilization IV: Beyond the Sword has debuted on GameSpot, bringing prehistory to the Holy Roman Empire. According to 2K Games, playing through the first 100 turns of the Charlemagne campaign will unlock the dinosaur unit, which is exclusive to this demo.
Several World of Warcraft mods have been updated, and WOW fanatics who use Auctioneer, Gatherer, Natur EnemyCastBar, KLHThreatMeter, or X-Perl UnitFrames may want to check to see that they're running the latest versions.
Dungeon Runners, the free-to-play (with restrictions) massively multiplayer online role-playing game from NCsoft, has been updated with a new game client. A new map for Command & Conquer 3 Tiberium Wars is also ready to download, and patches for John Tiller's Campaign Series, Spaceforce: Rogue Universe, Warzone 2100, and Commander - Europe at War are available. Finally, new wallpaper packs for Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner, Metal Gear Acid, and Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops have been posted as well.
- Civilization IV: Beyond the Sword Charlemagne Demo
- World of Warcraft Auctioneer Mod
- World of Warcraft Gatherer Mod
- World of Warcraft KLHThreatMeter Mod
- World of Warcraft Natur EnemyCastBar Mod
- World of Warcraft X-Perl UnitFrames
- Commander - Europe at War v1.02 Hotfix Patch
- John Tiller's Campaign Series v1.02 Patch
- Spaceforce: Rogue Universe v1.1 Patch
- Spaceforce: Rogue Universe v1.1 UK Patch
- Warzone 2100 v2.06 to v2.07 Incremental Patch
- Command & Conquer 3 Tiberium Wars Two Towers Map
- Metal Gear Acid Wallpaper Pack
- Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops Wallpaper Pack
- Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner Wallpaper Pack
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