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The game starts mysteriously. The Prince enters this palace...
Your environment changes around you.
The Prince can jump great distances.
Landscape View lets you take in the incredibly detailed environments.
Combat is very smooth and graceful.
A Pool of Water
Subtle Lighting Effects
Running on Walls
Avoid Spiky Poles
The game's title screen
The game starts with an animated introduction featuring this lady asleep. Then she wakes and there's a chase sequence through a forest in the rain and the dark
The game's main menu
The game's controller configuration
The prince poses for a mobygames screenshot.
When in slow motion mode, the screen goes blurry
The landscape camera can be used to get a general overview of the environment.
This lovely lady will accompany you and allows for complex puzzles with multiple switches
The hourglass that will unleash the sands of time.
Attacked by giant birds on dangerous heights
The evil advisor in a cutscene animation
Some enemies keep resurrecting until you finish them off with your dagger
Use your dagger to retrieve parts of the sands of time.
Running on wall
Fighting - doing very fast moves
Now he is climbing along the ledge
Cuddling with column
Slow motion attack
This is not a happy smile
You can drink water to restore strength
Secret room - you can upgrade your life meter here.
Prince and Farah.
Death from above.
Fighting with a scarab.
Watch your step.
Freeze the enemies with your Sand Dagger.
Second sword allows you to destroy walls.
Slow motion is very useful when fighting with multiple enemies.
A first person perspective view.
The underground lake.
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