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#268092 - 01/24/08 03:50 PM Legend of the Prophet and the Assassin
bigmamma1 Offline
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thumbsup Have just finished part 1 of another older game (Dreamcatcher2001 by Arxel Tribe) that has been gathering dust for a few years:
This one takes place in Crusader times during the 13th century-in the distant past as opposed to the last one I played- (Longest Journey)that took place in the far future. A great contrast!
Has anyone else played this one? I'm enjoying it-well done characters, great cut scene action videos, puzzles.No problem with XP.
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#268126 - 01/24/08 04:55 PM Re: Legend of the Prophet and the Assassin [Re: bigmamma1]
Jenny Offline
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If you are enjoying this, you'll have to be sure to play the second part--I understand it is very much the same as the first, although I've never actually played it myself...wave
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#268135 - 01/24/08 05:22 PM Re: Legend of the Prophet and the Assassin [Re: Jenny]
Becky Offline
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I've started it twice, but kept getting lost in the first town area. Does the pace pick up once you leave town?

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#268138 - 01/24/08 05:25 PM Re: Legend of the Prophet and the Assassin [Re: Becky]
texaslady Offline
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No the pace doesn't necessarily pick up Becky.......sorry

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#268140 - 01/24/08 05:27 PM Re: Legend of the Prophet and the Assassin [Re: texaslady]
Becky Offline
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lol Hmmmmm.

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#268148 - 01/24/08 05:47 PM Re: Legend of the Prophet and the Assassin [Re: Becky]
texaslady Offline
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Lots of wandering around and looking for things and places. I stayed lost a lot in this game.

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#268155 - 01/24/08 06:17 PM Re: Legend of the Prophet and the Assassin [Re: texaslady]
Becky Offline
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I have no sense of direction, a problem I inherited from my mother's side of the family.

What's your excuse? laugh

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#268180 - 01/24/08 07:24 PM Re: Legend of the Prophet and the Assassin [Re: bigmamma1]
bigmamma1 Offline
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waveJenny-
I do have part 2-they came together as one game.
yesBecky-It does get better after the first part-that city was a maze-and so confusing.
You can also get killed in very surprising places-saving when beginning every new area is a must.
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#268188 - 01/24/08 07:39 PM Re: Legend of the Prophet and the Assassin [Re: bigmamma1]
nickie Offline
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I really enjoyed the game once I got out of the dratted town! The main character is immensely likable - that voice!
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#268241 - 01/24/08 09:18 PM Re: Legend of the Prophet and the Assassin [Re: nickie]
Mad Offline
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Registered: 11/21/00
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Loc: United Kingdom
Hi smile

Yes, I too enjoyed the game once past the first section.
In fact I thought it was pretty good thumbsup

Cheers.

Mad wave
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#268312 - 01/25/08 03:08 AM Re: Legend of the Prophet and the Assassin [Re: Mad]
barbarosso Offline
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Registered: 10/18/05
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Loc: Narrandera, NSW
I really enjoyed the game.

Oops.... I didn't realise that the town was supposed to be a maze of sorts. blush I had no trouble with navigation.


Cheers, barbarosso

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#269151 - 01/26/08 02:32 PM Re: Legend of the Prophet and the Assassin [Re: bigmamma1]
bigmamma1 Offline
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sickI'm afraid I'll have to give up on this one-Am almost at the end of part 2-Secrets of the Alamut, where you click on a series of roman numerals on rays of a gold sun. I've checked 2 WTs and know I'm doing it correctly, but nothing happens.
It seems as if there might once have been a patch for this, but the game is so old, it probably dosn't exist now.
Does anyone remember having trouble at this point in the game?
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#270009 - 01/28/08 10:53 AM Re: Legend of the Prophet and the Assassin [Re: Mad]
bkrytr Offline
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I thoroughly enjoyed the game, have played it twice, and am in the process of playing it for the third time. thumbsup
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#271023 - 01/30/08 08:46 AM Re: Legend of the Prophet and the Assassin [Re: bkrytr]
greykitty Offline
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Registered: 11/07/04
Posts: 190
Loc: USA
Bigmamma 1,I had the same problem with the clock. Try clicking on roman number 5 instead of 4. That was what worked for me to get the gold key. You may have to try more than once.Good Luck!
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#271028 - 01/30/08 09:07 AM Re: Legend of the Prophet and the Assassin [Re: greykitty]
MaG Offline
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Bigmama,

Post at Hints and we'll try to get you through.

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