November 18, 2017

Heroes of Might and Magic 5: Bundle

Heroes of Might and Magic 5 Bundle

Heroes of Might and Magic 5: Bundle DRM-Free – PC Game – Full Download – Gog Games

Title: Heroes of Might and Magic 5: Bundle
Genre: Strategy – Turn-based – Fantasy
Works on: Windows (XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10)
Features: single-player – multi-player
Released: May 19, 2006
Company: Nival Interactive / Ubisoft

About this game:
Heroes of Might and Magic® 5 is a turn-based strategy game in which you can build cities and besiege them, train troops and slaughter them, and explore new lands – and crush them under your iron heel. You directly command your armies on the battlefield and aid them with your character’s abilities as well as your own strategy skills. With six unique factions to choose from, each with its own set of buildings and creatures, Heroes of Might and Magic® 5 provides gamers with the strategy and detailed graphics that the series has been known for. As you progress through the game your character gains levels of experience that allow him to learn new spells and abilities. All this is set in the magical and enchanting setting of the legendary Might and Magic® universe.

Heroes of Might and Magic® 5 is, without a doubt, a worthy installment of the acclaimed series. It stays true to the formula established by the previous parts of the franchise and improves upon it, creating a very entertaining title with a gripping story, an enchanting soundtrack with visuals to match, and very fluid gameplay. If you are a fan of the franchise you will not be disappointed, but if you haven’t tried Heroes of Might and Magic® games yet, then this is the perfect place to start.

– Heroes of Might and Magic® 5 Bundle includes Heroes of Might and Magic® 5 and its two expansions: Tribes of the East and Hammers of Fate.
– Thirteen campaigns bring you a deep and engaging strategy experience spanning countless hours in the fantasy world of Might and Magic®.
– Exceptionally high level of immersion achieved through a synergy of beautiful visuals, enchanting music, and smooth gameplay.

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Minimum System Requirements:
Supported OS: Windows® XP / Vista® / Windows® 7 Processor: Intel® Pentium® 4 or AMD AthlonTM 1.5 GHz (Intel® Pentium® 4 2.4 GHz recommended) Memory: 512 MB (1 GB recommended) Hard Disk Space: 2+ GB Video: DirectX® 9 compliant w/ 64MB RAM (128 MB recommended) Sound: Direct X 9.0 compliant DirectX®: DirectX 9.0 or higher

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Heroes of Might and Magic 5: Bundle (c) Nival Interactive / Ubisoft

Heroes of Might and Magic® 5 is a turn-based strategy game in which you can build cities and besiege them, train troops and slaughter them, and explore new lands – and crush them under your iron heel. You directly command your armies on the battlefield and aid them with your character’s abilities as well as your own strategy skills.

More info here: https://www.gog.com/game/heroes_of_might_and_magic_5_bundle

Installation:
Full game without DRM. No serial code needed.

Run or Double click setup_homm5_2.1.0.22.exe and setup_homm5_tote_2.1.0.24.exe

Play and enjoy!

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Size: 4.39 GB
Heroes of Might and Magic 5: Bundle (GOG)

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4 Comments on Heroes of Might and Magic 5: Bundle

  1. Do you reckon you could add some Linux games The Curious Adventures, RimWorld, and stuff like that. Thanks and keep up the great work 🙂

    • Not sure about it but it is the latest download we can find. Here’s the info for Hammers of fate dlc:

      http://mightandmagic.wikia.com/wiki/Heroes_of_Might_and_Magic_V:_Hammers_of_Fate

      The expansion pack featured numerous improvements over the base game. The most notable content included was the addition of the new Fortress faction, composed of Dwarves, with exclusive access to Rune Magic (which requires resources instead of mana for casting). Three new campaigns, continuing the original game’s storyline, were added, along with a selection of standalone scenarios. Fourteen new artifacts, three new creatures and additional campaign heroes were included, as well as the long-anticipated map and campaign editor which was not present in the base game (though was added in a downloadable patch). Caravans (originally seen in Heroes of Might and Magic IV), simultaneous turns in the multiplayer mode and a random map generator were also supplied. Finally, the Renegades – a sub-faction composed of seven non-recruitable creature types – were added, featuring prominently in the storyline.

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