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The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth II: The Rise of the Witch-king is a real-time strategy video game published by Electronic Arts, based on the Lord of the Rings film series based on the book, directed by Peter Jackson. The Rise of the Witch-king is the official expansion to The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth II, which was published by the same company and released in 2006, for Microsoft Windows.
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Hello everyone,By now we reach the time when our good old original disks reach their date of expiry and are expected to show serious physical failure. We decided to provide you an alternative way to continue playing!Below you'll find a step-by-step installation guide for each game.Big thanks to GameReplays for hosting the downloads!
Virtual Disk DriveWindows 10 can mount disks to a virtual drive. If you have Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 then you will need a virtual drive program like WinCDEmu or Alcohol 52% to mount downloaded disks.We do not recommend Daemon Tools Lite. _tools/14073/ If you use Daemon Tools Lite do not update this specific version if the old version runs on your computer.Mini-imagesMini-images are used for BfME 2 v1.06 and RotWK 2.01. If you wish to play these version you will need to mount a mini-image to a virtual disk drive. Firstly, you will need a program to mount a virutal disk (WindCDEmu or Alcohol 52%). After installing please restart your computer. Next you will need one of these mini-images.
CompatibilityIf you have mods that install into the game's installation folder please uninstall them and remove leftover files before reinstalling the game.Not applicable to new installations: the Maps folder in My Battle for Middle-earth Files can become crowded if you've downloaded a lot of maps. This might cause a Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library error.More HelpCheck our Forums for solved issues.Join games on our Discord.
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It's free if you have a valid key and it works without a disc (or image) and also without the Origin Client running. All you need is to download through Origin and then authenticate at first start with your Origin account details.
_buydownload/"A few years ago the expansion pack, Rise Of The Witch King was on Origin but it looks like it's been removed from sale. I know for a fact it was on Origin because there's a copy in my library."I don't think it's up there anymore, unless you were a previous consumer?
I've been asking them about the basegame too but it seems there never was an Origin version of that. However, if more people would ask about it maybe they'd consider making one. I've already told them that people would be interested, maybe even for a small price.
I've been asking them about the basegame too but it seems there never was an Origin version of that. However, if more people would ask about it maybe they'd consider making one. I've already told them that people would be interested, maybe even for a small price.I think the reason for not showing it on Origin anymore is that, as far as I know, EA doesn't have the LotR rights anymore. However they still seem to be allowed to distribute RotWK (or else you couldn't have it in your library) in a digital format.
You think EA had another licencse for publishing/distributing RotWK on Origin? I don't think so. It certainly applied to all the games, in every form (disc-based and digital). The problem is, while EA might be allowed to upload BFME2 to Origin, they wouldn't be allowed to charge for it without striking a deal with WB.
As you may have noticed, most Rise of the Witch-king players now use the popular .mds/.mdf DVD image files to play the game, rather than inserting their physical disc each time they want to start a match.
The old DVD image files worked well all the way from Windows XP to Windows 8.1. However they no longer seem to work on Windows 10. In Windows 10, you are unable to properly mount the image files and will get a "Please insert the correct CD-ROM, select OK and restart application" error when launching the game.To fix this issue we worked hard on a new set of image files that are compatible with Windows 10. Simply download and extract the two files inside the RotWk_Maxi_TheSmokingMan.rar archive, and mount the .mds file using the virtual disc software of your choice (Daemon Tools, Alcohol, WinCDEmu, etc.). Please note that while the download size of the .rar is only 6 MB, when extracted it will take up about 2.5 GB worth of space, just like the old image. Be sure you have enough space on your drive before extracting it. Note: When using Daemon Tools, make sure you mount the image files to SCSI rather than mounting them the default way. This is also valid for other software although they should do it automatically for you.The files were compiled by The Smoking Man, with special thanks to Phoenix, SpecialGuest, IceVice and Motoma who helped out where needed.
So I have the Daemon Tools Lite's latest version (new download) but the SCSI option is nowhere to be found. Left click, add new drive, etc.. I've been spending hours to find the option and 13hrs later, still no result.How can I proceed from here?
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