Majesty: Gone Gold

March 11th, 2003 by Alkini

LGP‘s Michael Simms wrote in with the excellent news that Majesty has gone gold:

After much testing and a number of delays, LGP is happy to announce that Majesty has now gonegold.This means that Majesty has been sent to the replicators for production. Fromthis date we expect to have Majesty in stock in 2 weeks.A demo for Majesty isnow available, for those that want to give it a try.You cannot currently order Majesty from us until it is in stock, but pleasefeel free to check out our resellers who may offer the ability to preorder it.

Preorder Majesty at Tuxgames

Demo mirrors:
3DDownloads / LinuxGames

28 Responses to “Majesty: Gone Gold”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Is it still happening? and will there be a PPC demo?

  2. hampus.l Says:

    Any mirror for the demo?

  3. zborgerd Says:


  4. zborgerd Says:

    Fun stuff. Reminds me a lot of Warcraft II. After finishing the demo, I’m ready to buy.

    What kind of multiplayer capabilities are there?

  5. Anonymous Says:

    Time to buy! Good Job LGP!! :-)

  6. TheK Says:

    wow, this looks cool!

  7. Anonymous Says:

    I am buying this game as soon as it is back from the replicators!

    It kinda reminds me of LOTR2 and AOE. Warcraft I could see as well, but it didn’t strike me until someone else mentioned it.

  8. Anonymous Says:

    the game shows its age :([br]
    however I’ll buy it!

  9. Anonymous Says:

    And was not very impressed. The graphics are circa-1999, and the sound ain’t great either. That said, it is quite a bit of fun, and I might buy it if the price is right.

    It didn’t crash, can’t argue with that either. I just wish the in-game text was anti-aliased… it’s G-d-awful as it is right now. You know it’d bad when X11’s fonts compare favorably to it ;).


  10. Anonymous Says:

    I just checked it out, I havn’t played more than two minutes of it but it felt nice… I can’t really put it any other way ;).
    What I want to know, and what will influence my decision the most, is this, can I play it multiplayer with windows users? A friend of mine runs windows and I really only play multiplayer, and I could be able to convince him to get the $20dollar linux version but only if they are interoperable. I think I’ve read about this before but have forgotten.

  11. Anonymous Says:

    I have got this error under SuSE 8.1 :
    InitDriver [linux/cylinuxsnd.cpp:1153]: ***ERROR***: SDL_mixer error: ‘ ‘

    So I was unable to get my sound card working with Majesty, that is very sad.

    I have tried the game for 10 minutes at works, it really fantastic: No bugs, It seems to be like Warcraft 2 : So I will purchase it.

    But could you help me to fix the problem with my Sound card ? It would be great to get sound working as well

  12. Anonymous Says:

    Wake me up when there’s a decent naval sim.

  13. Anonymous Says:

    I hope the game is cool :) I also ordred some old goodies civ and postal :)

  14. bdove Says:

    Gonna test the demo this evening..

    but.. Where is my NWN ffs !

  15. Anonymous Says:

    Can somebody put it on E-donkey, and post the file-hash?

  16. Anonymous Says:

    It’s a nice game! I have played the demo. Is it funning smooth on lowend computers? Can I get some fps reports

  17. Anonymous Says:

    The demo is over in ten minutes, but it’s fun, without question.
    Some questions arise concerning game concept:
    Ok, since I don’t have to compete in a clickfest by clicking on my units to let them engage them the enemy and since I do not have to click on the enemy either to make him a worthy aim for my later-game, testosterone-laden heroes by setting up a reward on killing him, anything that is left to do is paving the map with marketplaces and ranger-/mage-guilds (this combination is striking).
    So, I’m not sure about buying it or not. On the one hand, I can eat a pizza and watch my empire grow (which I appretiate very much in turn-based games), on the other hand I’m not sure, if there is something to decide and to take action at all.

    Graphically, some may call it last millenium, but it’s a nice medieval landscape and architecture – gives the impression of those very romantic old fairy-tales’ illustrations.

  18. zborgerd Says:

    I went to TuxGames to buy the game, hoping to pick up Alpha Centauri too, and now it’s gone…

    I’m going to cry. That’s one game that I really wanted to get, but didn’t have the chance for the last few months.

    Oh well. You snooze, you lose.

  19. Anonymous Says:

    I hope the actual game supports multiple resolutions? couldn’t find anything in the demo, and 800×600 looks damn small on a 1280×1024 screen.

  20. Anonymous Says:

    I hope the actual game supports multiple resolutions? couldn’t find anything in the demo, and 800×600 looks damn small on a 1280×1024 screen.

  21. Anonymous Says:

    Will ther be a version for the Alpha platform?

    //me holds my alphabook close to my chest…don’t leave me!

  22. Anonymous Says:


  23. Anonymous Says:

    Well, I’m sold. Just bought mine.

    /me waves his reciept in the air!

  24. zborgerd Says:

    I played the demo a second time and it was still fun. That’s a good sign.

    This time around though, the monsters seemed to be tougher and my wizards were weaker. But I still stomped the vampires. It seems like the game selects random monster sets. Maybe I’m wrong though.

    Glad I ordered mine. I hope it sells well. It would be really funny if it sold better than the Windows version. I suppose it is doubtful, but it wasn’t exactly flying off of the shelves a few years ago. It’s too bad because it is a pretty cool RTS.

  25. Anonymous Says:

    Please be AWARE !

  26. Anonymous Says:

    i want to have some good game not sit

  27. Anonymous Says:

    i want to have some good game not sit

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