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Description<>Maestro is the second installment of Mike Oldfield's MusicVR series. It is much like its predecessor, Tres Lunas, but bigger and grander in scope.
Maestro begins aboard a giant starship called the Virtual Voyager. Within this starship there are many rooms or compartments, connected by corridors and tubes. Some of these lead to portals that take you to areas entirely outside of the starship altogether.
Hiding somewhere in this world are four alien beings known as the Gravitars. Your goal is to find them and bring them back to the Gravitar Pen, somewhere within the Virtual Voyager. To accomplish this, however, you will need to learn the art of play. Like Tres Lunas, Maestro is open-ended in its design.
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TriviaMike Oldfield's goal in creating Maestro was not to make money, although there is a £14.75 charge for the full version (downloadable, or £18.00 to receive a CD by mail). A free demo is also available for download. Oldfield's main goal, as with Tr3s Lunas, was to offer a different gaming experience from the mainstream. An enjoyable, non-violent, holistic experience.
Related Web Sites
- Maestro -- The official website for Maestro. Here you can download either the full version or the demo, purchase the full version, see screenshots and learn more about the game.
Halmanator (584) added MusicVR Episode 2: Maestro (Windows) on Apr 25, 2004