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WORMS WORLD PARTY

EUROPEAN SUPPLEMENTARY DOCUMENTATION
3rd November 2000

Version 1.0

Worms World Party and WWP
Copyright © 2000 Team17 Software Ltd
All rights reserved
Marketing / Distribution by Titus Software

Worms World Party official web site at http://wwp.team17.com
Worms World Party automated email FAQ at wwpts@team17.com

Note: All web site and email support documentsare in English language only

All Trademarks / Registered Trademarks comprised within this document are fully acknowledged

CONTENTS

1.0 General Issues
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Installation

2.0 DirectX Issues
2.1 DirectX Introduction
2.2 DirectX Installation
2.3 DX Diagnostics
2.4 DirectDraw
2.5 DirectSound
2.6 DirectInput

3.0 Network Issues
3.1 General
3.2 LAN
3.3 Internet4.0 Customisation Issues
4.1 Speech
4.2 Landscapes
4.3 Gravestones
4.4 Flags
4.5 Weapon Prices

1.0 General Issues

1.1 Introduction

Welcome to Worms World Party
Thank you for purchasing Worms World Party (WWP) from Team17 Software Ltd and Titus Software. Whilst we prefer our game documentation to be as accurate as possible, it is unavoidable that late modifications are made andtherefore we need to bring you up to date with this document. It is recommended that you read this document fully to get the most recent information about key issues related to running WWP. This will enable you to get the maximum enjoyment from the game and ensure that you have trouble-free play.

If there's a particular item that isn't covered and you need further help, then please consult yourprinted manual documentation for local area contact details. If possible, please try browsing our web site initially for further information prior to emailing or contacting us directly.

Note: WWP has been developed and tested under the Windows 95 / 98 platform. It is not guaranteed to be fully compatible under Windows Me and Windows 2000 due to current individual hardware driver availability and /or requirements. If you are experiencing problems running WWP on Windows 2000 it is recommended that you update your operating system and install Service Pack 1. Please contact your software vendor or Microsoft directly regarding service pack availability. WWP utilizes DirectX 7 and is not compatible with Windows NT.

Media Care
CD-ROM discs can be susceptible to producing errors if notcorrectly taken care of and there are a few steps you may take to minimise problems occurring:

· Store the CD-ROM in a location that is not prone to extreme heat or humidity.
· Store the CD-ROM safely in the case provided when not in use to avoid marking the data surface.
· Handle the CD-ROM by the outer edge to avoid marking the data surface with scratches, dirt or dust.
· Ensure that the CD-ROMis not written upon, bent or labelled with stickers.

1.2 Installation

System Requirements
If you are experiencing any form of problem whatsoever with WWP please ensure that your computer system complies with the minimum requirements for the program listed below.

Minimum Specification

· IBM PC Intel Pentium â 100Mhz and compatibles.
· Microsoft â, Windows95 â, Windows98 â, WindowsMe âor Windows2000 â operating system.
· Microsoft â DirectX™ 7 (supplied) or later.
· 32Mb System RAM.
· 40Mb Hard Drive Space. 300Mb free post-install (virtual memory).
· Double-speed CD-ROM.
· Microsoft â DirectDraw™ compatible 2Mb video card.
· Microsoft â DirectSound™ compatible 16-bit soundcard.

Recommended Specification

· IBM PC Intel Pentium 200 or faster.
· Microsoft â,Windows95 â, Windows98 â, WindowsMe â or Windows2000 â operating system.
· Microsoft â DirectX™ 7 (supplied) or later.
· 64Mb System RAM.
· 40Mb Hard Drive Space. 300Mb free post-install (virtual memory).
· Eight-speed CD-ROM or faster.
· Microsoft â DirectDraw™ compatible 4Mb video card.
· Network / Modem connection for net play.
· Individual CD-ROM discs required for multiplayer net play.

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