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ZOOM Ecstatica I and II
$14.95 (DOS Only!) (Retail) (ECSTAT12PR)
Both products (two jewel cases) in one retail box with manual.

Andrew Spencer Studios / Psygnosis

Game

ESRB Rating: Mature (Ages 17+) - Animated violence, blood and gore

For Those Who Want More Than Adventure!

Ecstatica

Welcome to a world of magic, of traps and danger, of graphical glory and fast, fiendish gameplay. Your desperate struggle against the forces of chaos will pit you against a relentless enemy onslaught; you'll need wits, cunning and expert swordmanship to defeat the evil nemeses. Let's hope you don't pass out at the sight of blood.

Using unique Ellipsoid technology, Ecstatica II places you in a vast gaming world that'll keep you in its spell for a long, long time. With over 1100 camera views, superbly animated characters and a huge array of magic weapons, this is an exceptional action adventure from one of the most creative teams around.

Incredible landscapes with hundreds of rooms to explore, mysterious puzzles and vicious hand-to-hand combat.

Your impresive armory includes 8 deadly weapons and 2 mysterious wands.

With over 60 different breeds of creature baying for your blood, this game packs all the dark, brooding atmosphere of approaching evil.

Gorgeously animated ellipsoid characters afford more realistic character movements than polygons.

Ecstatica II

Requirements: MS-DOS 5.0/Windows 95, P60 (P133 recommended), 16Mb RAM, 40Mb free hard drive space, 640x480/320x200, all major soundcards (SoundBlaster compatible recommended), 2x CD-ROM drive or faster.

Andrew Spencer Studios / Psygnosis

Game

ESRB Rating: Mature (Ages 17+) - Animated violence, blood and gore

For Those Who Want More Than Adventure!

Welcome to a world of magic, of traps and danger, of graphical glory and fast, fiendish gameplay. Your desperate struggle against the forces of chaos will pit you against a relentless enemy onslaught; you'll need wits, cunning and expert swordmanship to defeat the evil nemeses. Let's hope you don't pass out at the sight of blood.

Using unique Ellipsoid technology, Ecstatica II places you in a vast gaming world that'll keep you in its spell for a long, long time. With over 1100 camera views, superbly animated characters and a huge array of magic weapons, this is an exceptional action adventure from one of the most creative teams around.

Incredible landscapes with hundreds of rooms to explore, mysterious puzzles and vicious hand-to-hand combat.

Your impresive armory includes 8 deadly weapons and 2 mysterious wands.

With over 60 different breeds of creature baying for your blood, this game packs all the dark, brooding atmosphere of approaching evil.

Gorgeously animated ellipsoid characters afford more realistic character movements than polygons.

Requirements: MS-DOS 5.0/Windows 95, P60 (P133 recommended), 16Mb RAM, 40Mb free hard drive space, 640x480/320x200, all major soundcards (SoundBlaster compatible recommended), 2x CD-ROM drive or faster.

DOS games do not work on Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7, 8, or 10 and we do not offer technical support for DOS games running on such systems. However, if you really want to run games like this on your fast new computer you should try using DOSBox. The DOSBox OpenSource DOS emulator is an excellent piece of work which we can highly recommend. It isn't possible for us to guarantee that it will work well for you, however, especially on other graphic-intensive DOS games. For older DOS games it should work fairly well with any machine capable of running the newer operating systems.

To start with, you will need to download the Win32 Installer using this link: http://dosbox.sourceforge.net/download.php?main=1

The README file included with DOSBox will tell you what you need to know. If you find it a bit too technical, just click on The Newbie's Pictoral Guide to DOSBox on the following page: http://vogons.zetafleet.com/viewforum.php?f=39

We find that it is best to create a separate shortcut for each DOSBox game. That makes starting the game easier and also makes full screen mode easier to deal with.


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