Screen Problem?

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#1 SirDarknight
Member since 2012 • 49 Posts
1 week ago,I downloaded Age of empires and the Conquerors Expansion. It was fine playing. But today morning,I started the game and found the screen messy and ugly. Before it was : http://i.imgur.com/zoePq.png Now it is : http://i.imgur.com/sGPcb.png
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#2 tonykabba
Member since 2018 • 32 Posts

I have also encountered the same issue

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#6 stevelasko
Member since 2018 • 7 Posts

The game was released more than two decades ago. Compatibility with modern systems shouldn't come as a surprise. Considering how advanced modern computers are, it's a miracle some of these old games still run on them.

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#9 teddykamill
Member since 2018 • 13 Posts

Not a surprise from such an old game

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#13 joshlowen
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Age of Empires, released on October 26, 1997, was the first game in the series, as well as the first major release from Ensemble Studios. It was one of the first history-based real-time strategy games made, utilizing the Genie game engine. GameSpot described it as a mix of Civilization and Warcraft. The game gives players a choice of 12 civilizations to develop from the Stone Age to the Iron Age. The expansion pack, The Rise of Rome, published by Microsoft on October 31, 1998, introduced new features and four new civilizations, including the Romans. Although the two games had contained many software bugs, patches resolved many of the problems.