Look, we’ve been crying for a Dungeon Keeper sequel for ages now and all EA’s doing is making a shitty MMO (might turn out good). So we should rejoice that kind Mr. Tomasz Lis has made the original game playable on current versions of Windows, right? Improved resolutions? What’s not to like? Well the thing is the game doesn’t need the old game installed so I’m not sure how legal this is.
So you better grab it before someone decides to take this to court. Oh and about those new resolutions it supports, well, here you go:
Allows you to select up to five in-game resolutions.
Resolution has the form of WIDTHxHEIGHTxBPP. Standard modes are: 320x200x8, 320x240x8, 512x384x8, 640x400x8, 640x480x8, 800x600x8, 1024x768x8, 1280x1024x8, 1600x1200x8. Different modes (ie.widescreen) may be used too, if only they are supported by your graphics card and video driver. You can switch between those resolutions during the gameplay by pressing Alt+R. Modes over 640×480 are experimental, and not completely stable.
I couldn’t get it to switch to other resolutions on my computer but my video card has been playing tricks on me since forever. And another thing: it has a shitload of expansions and campaigns that I never even knew existed, including one featuring the good guys. Here‘s the link, be careful what you do with it, whatever you do, don’t play it around EA people.