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This is the latest full installer from March 2015 (rev915). It contains a launcher and a updater. You'll only need to download this once if you update the game. It is compatible with the Windows version of the game only, but it's known to work under Linux (with Wine) and MacOS (Crossover/Wine).

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Civ IV: AND - Monthly build: March 2015 (rev915)
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Guest
Guest - - 695,495 comments

windows does not recognise publisher or file type

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dbkblk Author
dbkblk - - 17 comments

What do you mean? Could you explain a bit more what is the problem?

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Guest
Guest - - 695,495 comments

Hi there Brothas, awesome job. Really appreciate the hard work you guyz put in for us gamers and fans of Civ to enjoy. I am dying to play this right now, but i got a question though. Do i need to install the Rise of maknind 2.20 first before i could install the March 2015 Build (rev 915) ? Thanx

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dbkblk Author
dbkblk - - 17 comments

No. Prior to install this mod, make sure you have the dvd version patched to 3.19 OR the Steam version. Remove any previous A New Dawn installation! The old Rise of Mankind mod is not needed.

If you have Steam, just read the note for Steam users here: Anewdawn.sourceforge.net

Have fun :)

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Guest
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Hi there Brotha, i actually the bought the Civ 4 complete edition from Steam about 5 days ago juz for this mod, LOL. After installing the mod i received this prompt. 'The executable saved in your settings doesn't exist. You will now be invited to select the game executable location. Can you please advise me on what to do next. I'm in the weeds right now!

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dbkblk Author
dbkblk - - 17 comments

Just select the Civ 4 executable in your Steam folder. For me it is: C:\Jeux\Steam\SteamApps\common\Sid Meier's Civilization IV Beyond the Sword\Beyond the Sword\Civ4BeyondSword.exe
It should be where you've installed Steam, then in the above folder (SteamApps->Common->).

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