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Offline MGK INSANE

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New User - got the game for $0.99 at store
« on: May 22, 2018, 02:39:21 AM »
Hello everyone I just recently got Outpost 2 and found this site and I'm very interested in playing it online and downloading most the content on this site but first off wanted to say Hello! But also to ask for some help or linka to how to update the game with the downloads seen on this site. Thanks all for any help sent a
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Offline leeor_net

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Re: New User - got the game for $0.99 at store
« Reply #1 on: May 22, 2018, 03:50:50 PM »
Welcome!

To update, basically just download the ZIP file from the Outpost 2 section of the website and extract it into and over your existing Outpost 2 installation. It actually will run stand-alone but overwriting it works as well.

The download includes all patches and all content that's been reviewed and demonstrated to generally work.

To play multiplayer games, you should head onto IRC. You can use the Chat link at the top of the page to get a web IRC client and join chats there. User base is kinda small so you'll be lucky if you pop on and can immediately get into a game. Generally you need to stick around for awhile and probably set up some times with other users -- most of us are working adults so we all kinda have limited time.

Happy gaming!
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Re: New User - got the game for $0.99 at store
« Reply #2 on: May 25, 2018, 03:01:03 AM »
Hello, welcome.

The Outpost 2 Download Page contains the current version of the core game files at the top of the page. There are additional downloads at the bottom of the page for the in game videos, and the in game music (CLM). Just unpack them to the game folder. Alternatively, if you have a CD, you can copy the videos (*.AVI) and music (*.CLM; *.wav) off the CD into the game folder.