Star Wars: Episode I - The Gungan Frontier
Windows - 1999
Also available on: Mac
Description of Star Wars: Episode I - The Gungan Frontier
Star Wars: Episode I - The Gungan Frontier (aka Star Wars: Episode I - Le Nouveau Monde Gungan, Star Wars: Episode I - Gungan: De Nieuwe Wereld), a really nice simulation game sold in 1999 for Windows, is available and ready to be played again! Also available on Mac, time to play a managerial, real-time, sci-fi / futuristic, licensed title and movies video game title.
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H.R. 2021-10-23 0 point
You can always try the virtual PC route, if you can't get it to work via normal methods.
Nomad 2021-10-07 0 point Windows version
Fond memories of this game as a kid! (Now in grad school for ecology lol.) Actually still have my old disk. Has anyone found a workaround for the Quicktime 3.0 issue for 64 bit versions of Windows?
rottinghyena 2021-10-04 1 point
YESSSS i used to check this out at the library CONSTANTLY and i would hide it in the back so i was the only one who could use it. eventually i checked it out and... never returned it. i feel bad about that, about not letting other kids have the opportunity to play this. but i enjoyed it for them :D
this site kicks a$$
will comment again if i can actually get it running lol
andreas aspenberg 2021-08-24 0 point
think i have been looking for this for a while. i think i saw it in a store and tried to buy it but, they never found the disc. then i tried to find it online but had no luck.
Kingboo101 2021-08-05 0 point Windows version
I'm in need of help. I've have it mounted on Daemon tools but it does nothing after i press setup. if i press the gungan frontier.exe, it says that i need a disk. please help abandonware or other people who are setup the game.
JHK 2021-05-30 1 point Windows version
To run the game, you need QuickTime installed. Any version newer than 3.0.2 should work, but you must also create a registry key at [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Apple Computer, Inc.\QuickTime\3.0]
This can be done before or after the game is installed. The latest QuickTime 7.7.9 might not install on win10, but earlier versions might install fine.
penwen 2020-09-11 0 point Windows version
i don't know if this helps at all, but this game works on a 32 bit OS. brought out my old acer aspire with windows vista on it, and using winemucd, it works fine after installing everything. on my newer hp laptop with windows 10 and 64 bit OS, quicktime 3 can't download and alternatives dont work. you could probably use virtual box to emulate an older version of windows in order to download it, but that takes a ton of work that i don't think is worth it. your next best bet would probably be to try and get it on GOG or something. cheers to everyone
SourMint 2020-08-30 1 point
So, confirming what HOKY and THATDUDE said, you need a certain version of Quicktime to run this game. The files come packaged with a QuickTime installer, but it can't be downloaded onto certain desktops (like mine... :( ). I don't know a way around this, so I guess unless you've got a certain kind of computer, this game is unplayable.
SourMint 2020-08-30 1 point
Please help! I got the game on PowerISO and the window that says "Install Star Wars - Gungan Frontier" shows up, but when I click to allow setup.exe to run, nothing happens. What should I do?
hoky 2020-06-16 2 points
How do you get around the game needing QuickTime 3? I've tried some older and alternative versions of quicktime, but it still won't run.
Rijkaard 2020-06-11 2 points Windows version
To anyone having difficulties with the BIN and CUE files, you need to open the CUE file with Notepad. There you will see that filename is "GUNGAN_FRONTIER.bin". This is incorrect. Change it the name of the .bin file in the same folder. It should work now.
thatDude 2020-05-31 1 point Windows version
Hey the problem is this game requires Quicktime 3 and if you have a 64bit os then you cant install that
Asdefs 2020-05-28 1 point
downloaded it and installed, when i try to run it it said "the gungan frontier is unable to locate necessary data components. Please re-install the application in order to continue" anyone knows how to fix?
tom 2020-05-10 0 point
Having the same issue, the .iso wont load on Windows. It says the cue file is missing, but its right there..
Dancing Queen 2020-05-06 0 point Windows version
Does anybody know how to get this running on Windows 10? I mounted it in PowerIso but it won't start. Says it needs to be installed via setup.exe but nothing happens when I try to install it that way
Bizobinator 2020-02-23 2 points Windows version
How did you get QuickTime 3 to install on a 64-bit windows system? I got an error during install, & it says it won't run without quicktime 3 (even though I installed a later version of quicktime)
FezzOfAllTrades 2019-12-08 1 point Windows version
Hands down one of my favorite games, bought it as a kid and it haunts me to this day with its unique and challenging gameplay.
jordancruz 2019-06-03 1 point
Andy, you have to run it in Mac OS system 8 or 9, or use an older version of mac that still has Rosetta. Otherwise, you have to use SheepShaver, or Basilisk II
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