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Conquer the Star Wars galaxy after Endor with multiple factions and fully-reworked battle mechanics.

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[Steam] Thrawn's Revenge 3.0
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Neverhoodian
Neverhoodian

Yub yub, Commander.

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pax_romana82
pax_romana82

Where is no steam GOG ver? If you profy, then create product unversally, for GOG and steam, aviable with both!

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.Corey. Author
.Corey.

We can't. The Steam version of the game got patches that GoG and Disk never did, so making GoG and Disk versions of the mod would require making pretty much an entirely different, stripped down version of the mod.

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Bronx9146
Bronx9146

any changes and do you have links to a changelog if possible?

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DarthC
DarthC

By any chance, is there a way to contact people from Petroglypg directly because of this issue?

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pax_romana82
pax_romana82

(buried)

That's all I know.
Why a stripped-down version?

To build the code in to mod, you can use the resource versions without the latest patch and make a port to GOG, or rebuild mod with the most closest content.

Even if there are now versions that work on licenses and not licenses, for example Rise of the Empire, Yodenmod etc..!

And visually, the graphics are not inferior to your version of the mod. Sory.

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.Corey. Author
.Corey.

That's not how that works. It has to be stripped down because iof we don't remove a ton of mechanics, the game is incapable of saving and loading properly. It has absolutely nothing to do with models or their quality,. it's about what's going on on the galactic map.

It's not like we just have some innate hatred of GoG users or something. IF it worked for both, we wouldn't even need to "Rebuild" the mod in a way that works for both. The reason it's different is because of what the game can handle, not because implementation has to be done differently. If it were feasible to release the same mod for both, we would, but it's not.

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Guest
Guest

I like the feature of unrest on a planet, but I think it´s too hard to reduce it again. I lost 11 systems within 2 weeks, I had trade stations and government buildings but I couldn´t stop it.

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CatGirlSkye
CatGirlSkye

If you gain unrest your planets have low influence, most likely culprit is that you ran out of food and industrial parts so in the future remember to keep an eye on those.

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R3-D2
R3-D2

Will 3.1 and 3.2 ever be released on Moddb or will I have to use Steam Workshop?

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