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Software News   Software News : The Labyrinth of Time Released as Free Download
   posted by wyrmkeep on 25-May-2005 19:03:16 (5436 reads)
The Wyrmkeep Entertainment Co. has released the Amiga version of the adventure game The Labyrinth of Time as a free download.

Information can be found on the Amiga Support page for the game.



The game is also available on CD-ROM (in case a 170MB download is a bit much). There are also versions for Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows.
    

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Re: The Labyrinth of Time Released as Free Download
Posted on 28-May-2005 1:38:28
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o_O :)


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Re: The Labyrinth of Time Released as Free Download
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Are we still stuck in the dark ages? Why has no-one suggested using Bit Torrent? Then you don't need to have a high bandwidth site!

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I downloaded it from Aminet, got full speed (half meg broadband) and no trouble unpacking the LHA version. It plays well and has a gorgeous soundtrack. Also, the manual says there is no way of quitting other than a reboot, but pressing F1 quit to workbench no probs. I am enjoying the experience which is more like Myst than Simon The Sorcerer, although there is a lot of back-tracking (but what did i expect from a game with Labyrinth in the title?!)

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The only time i saw pictures and a review of this game was on Amiga Format. It looks ok, and the playability must be the same or close to Myst. I haven't downloaded it yet, since my ISP only allows 2GB of international traffic/downloads and i already have 2.3GB. I'm trying not to do anymore 'large' downloads of the net, unless it's national (Portugal) so i won't have to pay with my eyes. Anyway, next month, i might try it in my WinUAE setup, and i sincerely hope that is at good as Myst (or close) since i finished Myst in 3 months on my A1200/060/50 + 16MB and haven't played any other game during that time. It was THAT good!


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Anyone get it to work on an A1 with OS4pre? All I get is a black screen. I can lamiga M back to workbench but the black screen is still running in the background.

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