Another very cool full game demo which can be unlocked by a serial. I like that the most because this way you only have to use the serial to activate the game. You can buy the game using the cover below on GamersGate and use the serial to unlock the game to the full version. So feel free to explore the game with the first campaign and then decide to buy it using the cover on the this game page. The Launcher of the game has a register option where you can enter the serial to activate it. You can play it on your Mac just like a normal application using Crossover. So if you haven’t Crossover yet, then sign up here and buy the program or if you want to test it first, for the 14 days trial. When using the free Wrapper use these video instructions For OSX 10.9x Mavericks users in order to play the game, make sure to set the right security settings, or it will say the file is damaged or that the file is from an undefined developer.
Nice strategy game! Simply Download the wrapper, install Hegemony Gold: Wars of Ancient Greece which you can get from Gamersgate (if you don’t own the Windows game yet), into the wrapper and follow the instructions of the video and play!
The ancient Greeks crafted for themselves a world like no other, a world where each city had its own unique – and often fantastic – culture. From the Spartans, a culture built on a foundation of slavery, a culture that – with no need to earn a living – had dedicated themselves to the ideals of physical perfection, and ironically espoused the virtues of freedom; to the Athenians, a nation of unparalleled art and architecture – the likes of which, even today, remain unmatched in originality and richness – a nation whose constitution afforded democratic power to even the lowest class of citizen; the stories of Greek civilization must have sounded like myth and legend to an outsider.
Additional Port Information:
Graphical Cards Tested: AMD Radeon 6770M, Nvidia Geforce GT 640M
Whats tested: Playing a level
Does Multiplayer work?: not tested
Known Issues: None that i know of…
Whats not tested: Intel graphical cards