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Lost in Time [PC Game]
- This realistic "Interactive Action Adventure Movie" from the creators of the award-winning Inca, ushers in a new era of
computer film design and programming.
- Become a captivating heroine in a tale of suspense, romance and intrigue.
- Unique setting. Over 30 scenes set in France and the Caribbean, including hand-painted, digitized backgrounds from the
renowned French comic strip artist, Segur.
- Game travel is effortless. Pull up an overhead map at any time.
- PC: DOS, Windows 95/98 DOS Mode
|Platform: IBM PC Compatible
Publisher: Sierra On-Line, Inc.
Release Date: 1993
Rating: ESRB: E (Everyone)
System Requirements: Microsoft® Windows® 95 / 98 I
Developed by: Coktel-Vision - Sierra On-Line, Inc. (1993) - Action - Adventure - Rated: Everyone
Lost in Time [PC Game] is a realistic "Interactive Action Adventure Movie" from the creators of the award-winning Inca, ushers in
a new era of computer film design and programming, you play the part of Doralice Prunelier, who at the age of 27 in 1992,
becomes instrumental in the 21st century Space-Time Police (STP) search for a master criminal, Jarlath Equs. She is chosen
(unknowingly on her part) in 2092 by the Central Computer of the STP to assist in the search for and eventual arrest of the thief
Equs because of her historical-temporal ties with him.
Equs stole a sample of some radioactive Americium 1492, a material with huge potential as a revolutionary military threat that
needs 3,000 years to "cool off." He devises a radical plan where he takes the material back three millenniums in history and hides
it in an Egyptian tomb, slips back to the "future" and waits for the opportunity to use it.
Unfortunately, he gets sidetracked in 1840 on his return to the future (present) and marries one of Doralice's distant (time-wise)
antecedents, thus creating a future temporal link. The game takes you to three locations in the past and two specific time
periods. The interface is mouse controlled (with keyboard support) and uses a hybrid on-screen point-and-click menu system.