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Homeworld is a real-time strategy computer game released on September 28, 1999, developed by Relic Entertainment and published by Sierra Entertainment.

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Is it of any consequence how many cryo trays you save from Kharak?

In the third mission of Homeworld Remastered, Return To Kharak, upon our appearance, a number of frigates are attacking the cryo trays containing the remaining people from our planet. In our second ...
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Is the Homeworld series compatible with Windows 7 x64?

I remember I greatly enjoyed the Homeworld series back in the early 2000s, and would like to play the games again. Homeworld Homeworld: Cataclysm Homeworld 2 However, I'm concerned that they may not ...
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What changes were made for Homeworld 1 & 2 Remastered?

What changes were made for Homeworld & Homeworld 2 remastered when compared to the original releases? Specifically, have there been any gameplay changes? The changes to the user interface and ...
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What does the Retire button do in Homeworld (remastered)?

I thought "retire" was "go back to the mothership and repair" but it seems it does something else because I can't find the retired ships anywhere :/
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How many crew members sit inside each unit in Homeworld and Deserts of Kharak?

At times, it seems like there is only one crew member operating each unit, aside from the main units like the Mothership or Carrier. Other times, small units say things that suggest there might be ...
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How to order a group of ships to protect a specific area?

I just started playing Homeworld (Classic) and was wondering if there were any commands that could help with having a group of ships protect a specific area and attack anything that enters range of it?...
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How to play Homeworld: Cataclysm in 1920x1080 32bit?

So I have a modern computer with a fullhd monitor and I want to play Homeworld: Cataclysm in fullscreen, at full resolution and color. But it only lets me select up to 1600x1200 and it looks pretty ...