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Emperor: Rise of the Middle Kingdom widescreen fix


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Baseline (Widescreen) Solution & Issues

English version:
Replace Emperor.exe and DATA folder depending on your resolution.

Polish version:
Replace Emperor.exe and DATA folder depending on your resolution.

Russian version (7Wolf):
Replace Emperor-Rus.exe and DATA folder depending on your resolution.


See the Detailed Report on WSGF for additional information.




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Guest Faleon

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This file contains a Trojan (virus) beware.

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Guest construer

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doesn't work

game menu is non clickable, gameplay can't start

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Guest Martin Rayner

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Ignore the previous comments. It doesn't contain a virus and works just fine.

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