For Windows10 users, install the game and mods outside the Program Files folder (especially for Steam users) as administrator and on Windows7 compatibility mod.
Gigantus;15393059 wrote: Installing M2TW outside the program files folder avoids virtual store issues. In Steam you should be able to move your installation outside it after installing.
Once installation is completed set the executable(s) to win7 compatibility and admin rights.
For Steam users, check the following links for additional information (thanks to Gigantus for providing them):
- Creating a World - Starting Steam Mods the easy Way
- Creating a World – Steam Install for SS 6.3 and 6.4
- The ToolBox - The Universal Mod Launcher v1.204
This new download is the same version as the previous one, except that you DON'T need to install Stainless Steel before.
This file is a new packaging of the already existing SSHIP version 0.97. It follows a "one folder" install method: you just have to unzip the downloaded file into the mods folder in your "Medieval II Total War" folder.
To allow for a small download size, we used 7zip format. You may have to download 7zip to extract the files, it is a free and harmless tool.
That's it. You're ready to play!
NOTE about Voices/Sounds: If you're running a non-english version of M2TW - Kingdoms, you may get some voices missing.
For those who have a disk version: we're working on a patch. It should be available soon.
For those who have a Steam version, check this post here: Twcenter.net
Don't hesitate to ask me if you encounter difficulties to install SSHIP.