Deuteros: The Next Millennium is a sci-fi strategy/exploration game designed by Ian Bird, the sequel to Millennium: Return to Earth (aka Millennium 2.
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|Updated||21 February 2021|
Deuteros: The Next Millennium is a sci-fi strategy/exploration game designed by Ian Bird, the sequel to Millennium: Return to Earth (aka Millennium 2.2). The game was published by Activision for the Amiga and Atari ST in 1991. The goal is to restart from a devastated Earth and guide the human civilization to the exploration of the solar system and beyond.
The game was well-received on the Amiga, despite the difficulty being higher compared to the predecessor.
Amiga version 1.10 - Language: Multi - Size: 7.43 MbDownload for Mac
Amiga version 1.10 - Language: Multi - Size: 8.71 Mb
Amiga version - Language: English - Size: 3.02 Mb
That's sad :( Have you started playing from scratch, or have you restarted from a saved game? If you started from scratch, it's possible the whdownload version is bugged, so the only thing you can try is playing the floppy version directly with FS-UAE/WinUAE. If a new WHDownload version is released, we will publish an update.
Tried all of the below but didn't work. Is there anything else you can suggest?
The package uses the most updated whdownload version. One thing you can try is changing the file "Default.fs-uae" inside the "fsuae". Try with "amiga_model = A500" instead of "amiga_model = A1200" and remove the line "uae_chipset = aga". You can also try to reduce the fast memory (eg. "fast_memory = 2048"). Let us know if it works.
I also have the same issue. Crashes every time the war is about to start? Is there a fix for this?
Great game but has a software failure when the war with the Methanoids starts so cannot continue sadly.
I loved that game growing up. Problem is: this version always crashes halfway through when the solar system is conquered. Any advice? I tried on both Windows and Mac versions.
Game works and easy to install.
Sounds nice. Reminds me of "Burntime"....