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Author James Follett rewrote the dialogue to fit existing lip-sync but was never credited for the work. Add
Did You Know?
Released in 1995, Lost Eden was the first game to feature Cryo's groundbreaking Omni3D engine, in which pre-rendered 3D graphics are applied as a 2D texture inside a 360° sphere. (Apple used the same method to develop QuickTime 3D). Omni3D paved the way for a host of adventure games like Atlantis, Myst III: Exile and Post Mortem. But seven years and a hundred of cheap titles later, this pseudo-3D technic grew awfully tired and was ultimately one of the causes for the death of the adventure genre -- which, incidentally, coincided with Cryo's bankruptcy. Add
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A soundtrack of Lost Eden was released in 1997 by Shooting Star. Besides the music, the CD also contains an interview with composer Stephane Picq and a making-of feature.