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Might and Magic II: Gates to Another World

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Download Might_and_Magic_II.sit (2.56 MB)
For System 6.x - System 7.0 - 7.6
Emulation
This game works with: Basilisk II, Mini vMac

See also: Might and Magic 1, Might and Magic 3, Might and Magic: World of Xeen

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k

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by bertyboy - 2010, November 22 - 5:08pm

check the page for Might & Magic I, it has a set of original disk images for M&M I and M&M II.

by Dotter - 2010, November 22 - 2:58pm

The Download link is broken

by PlunderBunny - 2009, November 14 - 1:44pm

Hack for 8 player characters in a party:
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To put 8 player characters in a party,
1. Open M&M II and click on 'Go to town'.
2. If necessary, move all your characters out of the party, so that they fill slots 1-6 in the roster.
3. Create two new characters (in slots 7 and 8 ).
4. Move the first 6 characters back into the party.
5. Quit M&M II
6. Open the 'Master Roster' file with a hex editor.
7. Go to hex address 1952. This should read:

00 00 00 01 00 02 00 03 00 04 00 05 FF FF FF FF 00 06

This is interpreted as follows:

00 00 - the first character in the party, roster entry 1
00 01 - the second character in the party, roster entry 2
etc.
FF FF FF FF - the 7th and 8th character in the party.
00 06 - the total number of characters in the party.

Therefore, to add the last two player characters to the party, change

FF FF FF FF

to

00 06 00 07

and

00 06

to

00 08

If you accidentally remove the characters from the party, you will need to use this hack again to put them back in.

Hack for free hirelings
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The cost of a hireling is offset 108 bytes from the first letter in their name. So, for example, the cost of Sir Hyron is 2 gold per day, and is stored at hex offset CFD.

I haven't tried setting this to zero, although I think it should be safe.