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Europe ( April 2006 ) - G2 Games are today announcing the release of an epic new adventure game for PC-DVD ROM in 2006 - LIMBO of the LOST. Developed exclusively by MAJESTIC STUDIOS, G2 Games will be publishing the title in Europe and North America in December 2006.

LIMBO of the LOST is a project that has been molded and crafted for over ten years. Originally created as a graphical/text adventure game for the Atari ST and then a traditional point & click game for the Amiga CD32/A1600, the game has evolved over the years to embrace new technologies and new ideas as MAJESTIC STUDIOS strive to create THE adventure game that they first conceived.

"From the mystery of the Mary Celeste to the depths of a realm known as LIMBO, MAJESTIC STUDIOS takes you on a Fact/Fiction Adventure of a lifetime"

LIMBO of the LOST is aimed at players who yearn to play the traditional point & click adventure games of old, Utilizing a full mouse driven interface with incredible visuals and devious puzzles, this is the adventure you have been waiting for

Help Captain Benjamin Spooner Briggs as he explores the depths of LIMBO in the KEEP of LOST SOULS. Fail and the very essence of Mankind will be ripped apart.

Somewhere in Limbo . . . . . . . . .

Two huge wooden doors slowly creak open and light seeps into a huge inner sanctum. Two figures; one dressed in black the other white, cross the engraved marble floor and move towards the center of this vast domed room. They stand either side of a large glass globe that sits in an ornate gold cradle, trapped within it a swirling black smoke weaves and bobs around as if it has a life of its own.

FATE - "Yet again the hour is upon us, how quickly our cousin Time wields his mighty sword"

DESTINY - "Yes indeed, but on this occasion my dear brother, you shall not be victorious."

FATE - "I fear no creature and covet no mortal trait. I was born to rule and rule I shall."

DESTINY - "We shall see. Is everything set? The Book...........where is the Book?"

FATE - "Sufferance is where Mankind's curiosity will find it."

DESTINY - "Then for the 7th and final time...........Let battle commence!"

FATE - "And for the last time I look forward to your failures. Let it begin!"

DESTINY - "Behold Brother!.............. It already has.............."

The two adversaries look closer into the glass orb. The dark swirling smoke begins to clear to reveal a sailing ship at full sail gliding through the water. Displayed on the ships nameplate are the words - 'Mary Celeste'.

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