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ZOOM Prince of Persia Collection
Sold Out (Win95/98/Me/Mac) (Retail Box) (PRINCEPDR)

Publisher: RedOrb Entertainment / Broderbund

Game: Arcade

ESRB Rating: Everyone - Animated violence and blood

Play the Game that Launched a Generation

Remember when computer games were more about addictive game play than graphic fluff? Now you can play the original, the game that set the standard for today's current crop of action/adventure games. Relive the greatness of Prince of Persia. Or, it you missed out the first time, find out what all the excitement is about...

The Pulse-Quickening Action Never Stops... Twice

The Prince of Persia CD Collection is like two Arabian Nights movies come to life. Your heart will pound as you thrust and parry, brave bottomless chasms, and navigate mazes which are filled not only with suspense, but cleverly concealed death traps. Don't be deceived by the stunning graphics and hypnotic soundtrack. One false step, one moment's hesitation, and you're history - and rather gruesome history at that.

Designer Jordan Mechner worked from hundreds of actual movie clips to create this classic action adventure series which Computer Gaming World called "a masterpiece of animation, vivid action and daunting puzzles."

Prince of Persia: The Original Adventure

You've won the heart of the Sultan's lovely daughter. But in so doing, you have made a powerful enemy - the Grand Vizier Jaffar. On his orders, you're arrested and thrown into the Sultan's dungeons. As for the Princess, Jaffar gives her a choice, and one hour to decide: Marry him -- or die. All hopes rest on you.

To save your beloved princess, you must battle ever more skilful swordsmen, and explore a labyrinth loaded with deathtraps.

Prince of Persia 2: The Shadow & The Flame

He's back! The evil Jaffar assumes your identity, steals your beloved Princess, and casts you out of the palace as a beggar. As you flee across rooftops with palace guards in relentless pursuit, you know not who your real enemy is, or how to defeat him, but sense that what lies ahead will be your greatest adventure yet.

  • More lethal deathtraps, maddening mazes and riddles.
  • Five exotic environments.
  • 15 hair-raising levels of increasing challenge.

Prince of Persia 3D

The Prince returns in 1999 and this time in glorious 3D. Watch the 12 minute "Making Of" movie inside to get the first look anywhere.

Requirements:

Windows 95/98/Me: 33 MHz 486DX or faster (66MHz recommended), 16MB RAM, minimum 8MB hard disk space, CD-ROM drive for installation, 640x480 display, 256 colors (high color recommended), 100% SoundBlaster compatible sound device.

Macintosh and PowerPC: System 7.1 or higher, 69030 processor (68040 recommended), 2.5 MB RAM free (2.7 MB recommended), minimum 18MB hard disk space, CD-ROM drive for installation, 640x480 display, 256 colors.

Reviews:

Computer Gaming World, November 1994

"For many moons did the Prince labor in the desert sands of IBM screens. Now, cast out as a beggar, he must once again sharpen his scimitar and rescue the Princess from dangers sure to befall her in the lands of Mac. Let him not be swayed from his noble purpose by the lush surroundings, for the journey has lost none of its many terrible dangers. Among the 15 levels of non-stop action are secret doors hewn from solid rock, animated skeletons hidden in dark, dank caverns, and disembodied heads of the purest evil."

"Bewitched, you will find yourself hacking and leaping through the fiendishly difficult levels until you have mastered them, knowing that all the while, the time to rescue the princess is running out... and the Evil Vizier is laughing."

 

 


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