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Thursday, March 25, 2004
 

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Apple Looks at The Omega Stone
8:43 AM | Eddie Park | Comment on this story

Apple has posted a feature that takes a closer look at The Omega Stone. Ported to the Mac by TransGaming Technologies, this title is the sequel to Riddle of the Sphinx and boasts an exploration interface made famous by the Myst series.

One of The Omega Stone's features is that it provides both graphically and historically accurate regions to be explored, including Stonehenge, The Devil's Triangle, and Easter Island.

All the environments in the game were modeled after the real ones down to the texture of the stones and such environmental effects as rain and sun. Many of the locations also contain scholarly archeological texts that reveal not only interesting facts but also vital clues.
Apple's feature also contains an information guide about various locations featured in the game itself.

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