Limbo of the Lost is a project that has been molded and crafted for over ten years. Originally created as a graphical/text adventure game for the Atari ST and then a traditional point & click game for the Amiga CD32/A1600, the game has evolved over the years to embrace new technologies and new ideas as Majestic Studios strive to create THE adventure game that they first conceived.
Limbo of the Lost is aimed at players who yearn to play the traditional point & click adventure games of old, Utilizing a full mouse driven interface with incredible visuals and devious puzzles, this is the adventure you have been waiting for
Help Captain Benjamin Spooner Briggs as he explores the depths of Limbo in the KEEP of LOST SOULS. Fail and the very essence of Mankind will be ripped apart.
Somewhere in Limbo . . . . . . . . .
Do you believe in Fate and Destiny? If not, then maybe you should reconsider as the twin brothers, Fate and Destiny, are battling for supremacy over mankind! Their battleground: a vast stone citadel called The Keep of Lost Souls, created before time and housed within a realm known as LIMBO. It is here gamers must help Captain Benjamin Spooner Briggs as he explores the depths of Limbo in an attempt to save mankind and bring an end to the destructive struggle between Fate and Destiny. Fail and the very essence of mankind will be ripped apart!
Utilizing a full mouse driven interface with state of the art graphics & devious puzzles, this is the adventure you have been waiting for!
- Immersive (being there) sound effects
- Full musical score
- Devious Puzzles
- Play and Reveal storyline
- Each Level feels different in play
- Spectator gameplay - You do not control the main character, you ask him to do certain actions, actions that sometimes he will or will not do
- Over 30 NPC characters to talk with
- 6 levels of logical devious puzzles
- Hours of dialogue with 100% lip synched 3D models
- 100% mouse driven, with optional keyboard shortcuts
- Save your game anywhere at anytime
- No dying, action sequences or sliding puzzles
Look for Limbo of the Lost at retailers nationwide Summer 2008.
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