I downloaded these files a while ago. I tried copying them into the "My Games" folder in my documents and into the Age of Empires 3 > bin" folder in the program files (86x) respectively (as is usual for installing a mod in my experience). Unfortunately the mod did not run properly after doing that. I also tried to run the auto installer (which can be found here: http://www.moddb.com/mods/knights-and-barbarians/downloads/kb-installer). This gives an error because it cannot reach the server and the files or something like that.
However, when I first ran the auto installer (unsuccessfully), and then copied the files into the folders as described above, the mod does miraculously seem to run nicely.
I am just putting this here as a suggestion, hope it may help some of you.
FYI: I have an ASUS laptop with Windows 10 installed, but it also seemed to work on my old desktop which uses Windows 7.
Posted on 10/26/18 @ 12:08 PM
Great mod, I'm not sure what the installer did, but maybe it deletes/renames the XMB files in Program Files/Age of Empires 3/bin/data. I personally moved all the XMB files to another folder because otherwise the original civilisations are still in the game. Also I thought something went wrong because each civilisation(Crusaders, Byzantines, Italians, Turks and Saracens) appears twice in the civ selection screen and I thought other civs which were supposed to be in the game are missing. But apparently this is normal, those 5 are the only civs in the Prologue.
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Posted on 10/29/18 @ 08:36 AM
well the installer was just a .exe file that downloaded and installed the mod but the files for download were not too long accessible... so this just didnt worked at all anymore.
About the civs: We had choosen to duplicate the civs so you can play with/against more AI enemys. You are right we just had 5 civs in the prologue. With this trick you were at least able to play a 4 vs 4 against AI
Posted on 07/05/19 @ 10:21 AM
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