In Star Wars: Empire at War, players controlled an entire war for the Star Wars galaxy as the Rebel Alliance or the Galactic Empire. Now, they will face off against both of them in Forces of Corruption as a brand new third faction. As Tyber Zann, players will stop at nothing as they seek to further the sinister agenda of the Zann Consortium and become the most notorious criminal leader since Jabba the Hutt. With all new tactics like piracy, kidnapping, and bribery, players can control the shadowy forces of corruption in their attempt to rule the Star Wars underworld.

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Filename
ModLauncher.exe
Type
Installer Tool
Date
Feb 1st, 2013
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Hello everyone. This is Anakin_Sklavenwalker from "Republic at War". I would like to announce my new mod launcher for Forces of Corruption. For details see below.


Hello everyone. This is Anakin_Sklavenwalker from "Republic at War".

I know that there are many people who have lots of mods installed on their system and sometimes you can not decide which mod you want to play this time.

the mods you have installed the more links you might have on your desktop. For some users this is very disturbing. In the past Petroglyph and for example SMG tried to help us by developing a Mod-Launcher. As a matter of time they all worked for Windows XP but nearly all player now upgraded to Windows 7/8 and the systems are 64bit architecture. Now if you try to start their program it very often happens that the tool crashes. To solve this problem I created a new Launcher that will work with every Windows system. One of the main changes you will notice is that my tool does not have any cool looking graphics or sound effect. But do you really need this to launch a mod ? My primary task was to build a product that actually works on every machine instead of using some unnecessary effects that you can not even see when running any system higher that Windows XP.

So what exactly are the feature of the launcher:

  • Fully automatic detection of Forces of Corruption installation
  • Fully automatic detection and listing of installed Mod for Forces of Corruption
  • Run the launcher from everywhere on your Computer (e.g. Desktop)
  • Simple user-interface for effective work
  • Run a mod by just clicking the "Start Mod" button or simply double-click on the Mod
  • Possible to run FoC unmodified
  • Throws out detailed information IF something goes wrong

What you need:

  • Any Windows System (WinXP/WinXP_64/WinVista/WinVista_64/Win7/Win7_64/Win8/Win8_64)
  • Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0 (free to download on Microsoft.com)
  • 27KB free space on hard disk

If you have any problems or found a bug please contact me
Anakin_Sklavenwalker - RaW-Staff

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elitewolf13 Online
elitewolf13 Feb 1 2013, 9:09am says:

this is going to be useful, thanks for it

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Jedi_Clone_X2 Online
Jedi_Clone_X2 Feb 1 2013, 11:29pm says:

it's good but to blah, try and make a new layout for it,but i like the mod launcher by Steiners Modding Group much better because of the design and layout

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Wookienator
Wookienator Feb 3 2013, 11:37am replied:

But therfore this launcher works pretty fine ;)

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sgtmoore11
sgtmoore11 Feb 2 2013, 9:27pm says:

does it work on steam

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The-Dark-Lord-Link
The-Dark-Lord-Link Feb 4 2013, 4:34pm says:

Finally! A working mod launcher! I could never get the launcher from Steiner's to work for some reason, it just never picked up my mods. Thanks for this!

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RecklessPrudence
RecklessPrudence Feb 9 2013, 8:59am says:

Running Win7 Ultimate 64-Bit. Starts, which is more than some of the older launchers, but says "It seems there are no mods installed on your computer!", then only gives me the option of running the unmodified version.

I have the Steam version, patched up to latest, with four mods in my corruption/mods folder, but neither Steam nor the game are installed on my C:\ - rather, they are installed on the larger D:\. Could that be my problem?

Thanks, looking forward to your answer, would love to play this again!

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Anakin_Sklavenwalker Feb 13 2013, 10:39am replied:

i guess the proble is that the luncher is currently not working with steam. ill have a look at this and will fix this soon

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mkhero
mkhero Feb 16 2014, 1:54am replied:

have you installed the game in C:\\Program Files [(x86) when you have 64-bit]\LucasArts\Star Wars Empire at War Forces of Corruption\ ?

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Camo7
Camo7 Aug 9 2013, 8:34pm says:

This launcher works for me... Kinda.
I have been working on editing an existing mod, and tend to make new versions regularly. However, the launcher behaves rather bizarrely..
Suppose I run MOD_A in the launcher, play for a while then close it. Then I make a copy of MOD_A named MOD_B, edit MOD_B, and put it in the mods folder. It appears in the launcher list, however, when I run the launcher it does not use MOD_B's files, it appears to use MOD_A's files. Regardless of if MOD_A still exists in the folder.
Do you have any idea what is going on? does the launcher save the last launch's files in a certain way? because its not behaving very logically.
I am running windows 7 64-bit, though i doubt thats relevant...

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lmschomp
lmschomp Aug 18 2013, 9:46pm says:

.net framework always prob..

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lmschomp
lmschomp Aug 18 2013, 9:49pm replied:

Works thx

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DartAzat66
DartAzat66 Oct 23 2013, 3:20pm says:

Like for Thrawn revange=)

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FlamedFreeFall
FlamedFreeFall Mar 11 2014, 12:02pm says:

When i go to play a mod it says "This application is not compatible with the installed operation system please upgrade to Windows 98SE, Windows 2000 or better." Can somebody help?

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larrystacy9809
larrystacy9809 Mar 27 2014, 7:35pm says:

it asks me what what program to open it?

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Supertaker79
Supertaker79 Apr 14 2014, 5:11pm says:

yeah not working on steam

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Drwalker
Drwalker Apr 20 2014, 10:43am says:

it asks me what program that i want to use to run. Please Help

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brettmccoy332
brettmccoy332 May 27 2014, 8:09pm says:

I'm having a little trouble. When i run the launcher on my vista it runs great but when i want to run a mod it just opens the regular FOC game

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HelloImMoonMoon
HelloImMoonMoon Oct 22 2014, 4:52pm says:

windows 8, not working for me... always send me to forces of corruption unmodded.

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Star Wars: Empire at War: Forces of Corruption
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