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Après une version MPC réussie, les possesseurs de Macintosh vont se replonger avec délices dans les méandres du monde de Zork.
However, the animation for the regular PC version was pretty horrid, and is almost slide-show bad. This was because the game design team, for the PC version, spent more time on making an MPEG version of the game for the over-rated "Reel Magic" card (one of the first attempts to bring video-quality, full screen video to the PC). The MPG version was far superior to the aformentioned "regular" PC version, with still pictures showing characters whose mouths moved...barely! However, the Mac version, "Quicktime Enhanced," was great...and this game's rating is based on that better version. Hunt up this version for your iMac!
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If you are going to get this game, buy it for the graphics (the worst reason to buy a game alone, in my opinion). The rest is pretty forgettable.