Civilization II: Multiplayer Gold Edition
Mac - 1999
Description of Civilization II: Multiplayer Gold Edition Mac
Civilization II: Multiplayer Gold Edition (aka Civilization II: Ultimate Classic Collection), a really nice strategy game sold in 1999 for Mac, is available and ready to be played again! Time to play a managerial, turn-based and 4x video game title.
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medvednick 2018-02-09 1 point
I have launched it with emulator from other than T2 link. Works like a charm on my macOS 10.13.
1. Install Mac OS 9 app from here: http://www.columbia.edu/~em36/macos9osx.html
2. Transfer Civilization 2 Gold.toast file (no need to unarchive .toast, only zip) by dragging the file to icon of Mac OS 9
3. Install the game
4. Launch from Mac OS 9's application folder
wannaplayciv2 2016-12-22 -2 points
Having same problem, managed to get files into the shared folder etc but when I'm running the application it appears to start but then I just get an 'error 3'..help..
poctic 2016-09-04 3 points
ok, i got this to work. they key is getting the right files in the right places, working til it functions. thanks T2.
Shared Civ Toast, Installer, Civ II Gold
Civ II Gold Civ II Files, other files in civ 2 gold folder
poctic 2016-09-04 0 point
Thanks to T2 for the advice on set up. i followed it, but got the same error message "Could not find a translation extension with appropriate translators" as other commenters. I did open the Toast folder in OS X, then move the files to Shared folder.
When i tried installing the Civ II Gold update, i got a file not found error: Civilization II Gold. When i try opening Civ II Gold Rel PPC, i get a similar error that this file needs to be in the same folder as the Civilization II application. i don't see any file like that in the zip folder, so i am a bit lost.
Mark 2016-08-23 0 point
T2's instructions do work. But at first Civilisation II Gold.toast is an archive that needs to be opened in the OS X environment - the contents then go in the user/shared folder.
scoob 2016-04-20 1 point
Retro Gamer, I'm getting the same error message. Did you figure out how to get around it?
Retro Gamer 2016-01-12 0 point
The error i'm getting is: Could not find a translation extension with appropriate translators.
iggy 2015-09-13 2 points
followed these instructions but the game is quitting after initially loading up, saying that there is a type 3 error. any ideas?
T2 2015-04-22 11 points Mac version
HP, I installed it last night and it runs beautifully. Everything you need is there, including the old scenarios I remember. You do need to ensure you have an emulator running OS 9 for it to open. None of these old games will run on OS X. The one I used is this one: http://jon.brazoslink.net/jlg/COIV4.0.1+.zip
There's more info about it here (http://www.macwindows.com/Emulator-for-Mac-OS-9-in-OS-X-updated-for-Mountain-Lion.html), but essentially it's the simplest way to get OS 9 up and running on your modern Mac. Once it's running, just open the Civilisation II Gold.toast file and move the contents to the users/shared folder on your Mac. Open up the emulator, click on the Unix drive, and you'll see Civ there. Just double click and you're away.
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