Friday, October 30, 2009

Legacy of Time OS X DVDs ready to go now shipping!

We've begun taking shipping orders for The Journeyman Project 3 for Mac OS X!

Keith Kaisershot, the Temporal Security Agency group co-founder on FaceBook, has also tested the game against the latest version of Mac OS X 10.6 and found that it works fine under Rosetta (support for older OS X architecture such as Carbon and PowerPC apps). The catch is that the default installation neglects to include Rosetta, so make sure you remember where your Snow Leopard install disks are you may be prompted to download it (for free) from Apple.


Requieminadream said...

Woohoo! Can not wait!

Unknown said...

SL Install disc is not needed, Rosetta will be downloaded and installed automatically if you start a PPC app and choose to install Rosetta after getting asked.

Anyway, will there be an update to run intel native?

Tommy said...

Since virtually all Macs shipped over the past several years have more than enough processing power to run Legacy of Time, an Intel native port wouldn't really gain much unless Apple dropped Rosetta from Mac OS X. Porting it to the iPhone would be a more interesting endeavor.

clone2727 said...

Ordered instantly. Not even a hesitation. Still can't believe that the game was released so long ago already....

Tommy said...

The first shipments went out earlier this week. Destinations included France, UK, and Australia. Special thanks to Jack for being the first U.S. customer and Larry for being the first from overseas. Curiously, these fellows found the page while it was still being tested and placed their orders way before we even linked it anywhere.

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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