Thursday, June 4, 2009

QuickTime problem solved!

It's been confirmed that the new QuickTime 7.6.2 update fixes the bugs from the previous versions (7.6/7.6.1) that interfered with the gameplay experience of the Mac OS X version of The Journeyman Project 3. Now that has been solved, we'll be working on getting units publicly available very soon.

11 comments:

clone2727 said...

Yay! :D

Jürg said...

I will order as soon as it will be possible to do so.

Myles said...

This is very exciting news, here I was concerned. My fervent anticipation for this game's release increases.

Evan K. Stone said...

That is awesome news! Thanks for the update!

Snowy_River said...

This is such outstanding news! I consider this to be one of the greatest games ever made, and I'm now really looking forward to getting a version that I can play in OS X.

I would second the call for porting this game to the iPhone OS.

One question: Is there any notification list to let those of us who are interested know when this will be available?

Myles said...

"One question: Is there any notification list to let those of us who are interested know when this will be available?"

You can use an RSS application, such as NewsFire, to seize the news items as they're posted, despite the blog lacking an actual RSS feed option. A release announcement would stand out rather clearly.

When this is released I intend to purchase a physical copy however, out of curiosity, is there any interest in distributing the game digitally on sites such as GamersGate?

John said...

any update on when this is going happen?

D-Rock said...

I think this game should also go the Iphone and Ipod touch..

Bruce L Grubb said...

Givne the future is Quicktime X I hope that the rewrite takes advantage of it

pinchies said...

Looking forward to any news... I never played the original game, only tried the demo on riven.

Matthew Coles said...

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE hurry... One of my discs got ruined (the ATLANTIS DISC) and I couldn't play any further than when you finally get into the Temple. I'm so happy I get to finish it... and having it be enhanced with better graphics and on one disc. I'm ECSTATIC. I NEED THIS GAME NOW.

I second this:
"One question: Is there any notification list to let those of us who are interested know when this will be available?"

Having been in the works for so long, what features would you like to see in The Journeyman Project: Pegasus Prime?

Which part of The Journeyman Project music would you like to see released in a new soundtrack?

Would you be interested in buying The Journeyman Project soundtracks?

On what system did you first play The Journeyman Project?

 

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