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Limbo of the Lost demo review
« on: May 07, 2005, 01:51:28 PM »

     Hey guys. Steve (SBOVIS) and the rest of Majestic Studios (including me) have been working hard on creating a working demo of Limbo of the Lost. It's very large, and right now it needs a great machine to run well, but part of my job is making the game smaller and faster.

     I don't know what the policy is on giving out copies, but right now as I understand it is too large to download, and there might be a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) involved.

     Just Adventure has written a review of the demo: http://www.justadventure.com/Previews/Limbo2/Limbo.shtm

     I really want to thank everyone here for leaving lots of helpful material to search through, especially Mnemonic. I myself have played the demo to the end. I can't get over how nice the engine is. 8) The graphics and the puzzles are great, too, so good job to Majestic Studios.

     If you want to learn more about the game, I suggest you explore the website: www.geocities.com/limboofthelost

    - Jeff


    P.S.: I've heard the website doesn't work in Firefox, but I'm only using javascript, so I don't know why.
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Re: Limbo of the Lost demo review
« Reply #1 on: May 07, 2005, 02:19:50 PM »

P.S.: I've heard the website doesn't work in Firefox, but I'm only using javascript, so I don't know why.

Because what you use as "JavaScript" is more Microsoft's J-Script than anything else, it's just incompatible with general things. The window.showModalDialog() method for example doesn't exist anywhere else than in Internet Explorer, the same is valid for all the filters you are using... if you want, I might clean it up a little in a free minute.
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