The Settlers II

Available Platform: DOS - Alias: The Settlers 2: Gold Edition

The Settlers II: Veni, Vidi, Vici is the second chapter of the popular series of city building real time strategy games created by Blue Byte software.

The Settlers II
Year1997
GenreStrategy
Rating4.5

85/100 based on 5 Editorial reviews. Add your vote

PublisherBlue Byte
DeveloperBlue Byte
OS supportedWin7 64 bit, Win8 64bit, Windows 10, MacOS 10.6+
Updated22 October 2019

Game Review

The Settlers II: Veni, Vidi, Vici is the second chapter of the popular series of city building real time strategy games created by Blue Byte software. It was published by Blue Byte in 1996 for DOS and Macintosh, a Gold Edition including an expansion was released in 1997. It is considered by many the best game in the Settlers series.


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DOS version 1.1 - Language: English - Size: 8.27 Mb

DOS version 1.1 - Language: English - Size: 9.96 Mb


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PDF Manual - Language: English - Size: 3.12 Mb


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Latest Comments

Tim Broadbent - 2020-11-15

I spent many hours playing this game passively smoking weed as the only PC in my mates house was in his big bro's room. it was quite trippy. Sadly I've just upgraded to Big Sur on the mac (more fool me) and it doesn't work :(

Manu - 2020-04-25

I'm afraid The Settlers II has never been made for the Amiga. Anyway it's strange that fullscreen doesn't work. Try to edit the dosbox.conf and if you see fullscreen=false change it into fullscreen=true

David Holman - 2019-08-31

Another dos version that doesn't want to go full screen. If there's an Amiga version, please give us it.
All your Amiga game versions always work and play nice. Oh well, I'll have to settle (get it?) for the first game, Amiga version.

Zach Daine Mee - 2019-03-22

Loved this game when I was a kid had it on a TTchip for DS (if you don't know what they where it's pretty much a chip that you can put into you're computer and download a whole heap of games onto the TTchip)
Although I'm trying to download this game on my S9 and it's not working? Does any body know where I can get a download file for this game that will support S9 file type

capsy dash - 2018-04-19

so many memories, I used to spend hours watching these little guys when I was a kid.

Lewis Sykes - 2018-03-19

i cant work out the map editor where is it how do i open it ?

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