System Requirements Needed:
Core 2 Duo 2.33 GHz, 1 GB RAM (2 GB RAM - Vista/7), graphic card 256 MB (GeForce 8800 GT or better), 3 GB HDD, Windows XP/Vista/7
You will need :
This is for unmounting the game as it is in ISO format.
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The Babylon 5 Component Game system was also released in 1997 by 'Component Game Systems'. It was a complex political and military based game using a number of individually purchased expansions or components which could take up to 5 hours to play. Component Game Systems came out with a number of component game systems that used the same semi-collectible approach and was derived from the unpublished Galactic Empires board game based on the CCG of the same name --Companion Games (Galactic Empires' publisher) became Component Game Systems in the process. The basic idea is that each player need only buy his part of the game representing in this case a specific political entity from the Babylon 5 universe. Players sit down at the same table and combine their components to have a game. 'Component Game Systems' folded in 1999 after having released only the first two 'years' (2258 and 2259) worth of Babylon related components for the game has been recycled by some unrelated group.
The Babylon 5 Wars wargame was first published by Agents of Gaming in 1998. The game was developed in close contact with the creators of the show and most of the published material is considered canon. Agents of Gaming later published Babylon 5 Fleet Action which focused on battles of a larger scale. In 2004 Babylon 5: A Call to Arms was released by Mongoose Publishing. The game is similar in many ways to Babylon 5 Wars but has a more streamlined rules set and games take a lot less time to complete.Precedence Entertainment produced the Babylon 5 Collectible Card Game between 1997 and 2000. In its original form the game allowed for 2-4 players with each one playing one of the ambassadors to the B5 council: Sinclair Delenn G'Kar or Londo. Later expansions increased the maximum number of players that could play at once and expanded the players' options. Players could represent the League of Non-Aligned Worlds or could play alternative ambassadors such as Bester for the Psi Corps or Lord Refa for the Centauri. The game was discontinued after Precedence lost the license from Warner Brothers in 2000.