||(Win95/98/Me/XP) (Retail) (LEGOROCKPR)
For Vista and Windows 7
please see Requirements below.
3D Accelerator Card
Publisher: Lego Media
Children / Game
Ages: 8 to 99
3D Strategy Action in a Mysterious
Stranded in orbit around an uncharted planet, the crew of
the LMS Explorer is faced with the challenge of establishing a base camp
beneath the planet's surface.
Your mission is to take command of the Rock Raiders team and
navigate the Rock Raiders' vehicles through 25 exciting missions. Explore
underground caverns in 3 different types of terrain - Rock, Lava and Ice - in a
quest to mine enough Energy Crystals to re-power the engines of the LMS
Explorer and get the Rock Raiders home safely.
Take command of the Rock Raiders
team and their vehicles, including the cool teleporter.
Navigate your way through the dark
underground tunnels, watching out for Lava flows and other natural hazards.
Mine for the Energy Crystals that
power your ships engines using the Chrome Crusher.
Beware of the Rock Monsters. They'll
do anything to guard their precious Energy Crystals.
Beware, danger lurks everywhere in the dark tunnels of this
mysterious underground world. Avoiding natural hazards will be the least of
your problems as you try not to disturb the Rock Monsters who jealously guard
their Energy Crystals. It's a game of action and strategy, you've got to be
smart to survive.
Windows 95/98/Me/XP: DirectX 6.1 (included on disc),
Pentium 200 MHz MMX, 200 MB of free hard disk space, 4x speed or higher
CD-ROM/DVD drive (8x recommended), 32 MB RAM (64MB recommended), game
resolution 640x480 high color 16 bit, 4MB PCI or AGP DirectX 6.1 compatible
3D accelerator card (12/16MB recommended), DirectSound compatible
Tested OK on Windows XP.
For Vista and Windows 7 you will need to download the file
d3drm.dll and place it into your LEGO
Media/Games/Rock Raiders folder under Program Files or Program Files (x86)
after the program is installed. It requires Administrator Privalenges on some
systems so you may need to download into a temporary area and then copy it to
the Rock Raiders folder. We have tested this procedure on Windows 7
Professional 64 bit so it should work on anything else as well.
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