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April 7th, 2000

[8:00 AM] Mac Gamers: New Game to Follow In Myst's Footsteps
by Staff

Following in the tradition of Myst, Blue Line Studios has announced the release of a full demo version of their new adventure game, The Castle. According to Blue Line Studios:

Blue Line Studios' Myst-like adventure game The Castle will be available as an extended demo version. The official release date will be April 7th.

The maxi demo under the name "Noemi's World" offers all the former demo version missed; it will now be possible to play the game for hours if not days, thus giving the player a hint what to expect from the full version on CD-ROM.

The Castle

Discover a beautiful dreamworld Find the mysterious diary. Hunt for clues in this surrealistic world, where medieval surroundings mix with alien hi-tech machines. Solve challenging riddles. Get to know the people who live in the castle. Become involved in an intriguing plot...

You can find more information and download links for the demo at The Castle web site.

Blue Line Studios

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