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dungeon keeper 2 multiplayer mode

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i installed dk2 on 2 networked machines so that i could play with my nephew. the game came with 2 disks and i assumed they worked the same way as xvt, which came with a 2nd disk to allow an extra person to join in multplay combat.

am i wrong in thinkin that the same thing applies to dk2, cos when i start a multiplayer game, then start the second game, the second machine asks for disk 1.

tia
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Unfortunately, you need a copy of the game for each player.

On the bright sode, there is a multiplayer demo available here ( http://dk2.ea-europe.com/uk/index.asp - in the downloads area).  I'm sure it is limited (probably to certain levels), but it will at least get you started.
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