Presto Studios’ second entry in the award-winning science fiction adventure games series makes its way to the DRM-free distribution platform.
Warsaw, Poland– June 29, 2010. GOG.com ( http://www.gog.com), the digital distribution service that uncovered the mystery of time travel to bring back the best PC games of the past, is now offering a classic about… time travel. Thanks to an agreement with Presto Studios, GOG.com users can now play The Journeyman Project 2: Buried in Time on their modern PCs. The game is now available for only $5.99 and, as always on GOG.com, it's totally DRM-free. The GOG.com game page is at http://www.gog.com/en/gamecard/journeyman_project_2.
Twenty-fourth century time travel becomes a reality thanks to The Journeyman Project. Out of fear that a time machine could be used against humanity, a special agency is created to keep the technology secret and safe. As Gage Blackwood, agent of the Temporal Security Agency, the player's goal is to prevent history from changing the present. This time someone is trying to frame him for changing the past. Gage needs to find evidence to prove his innocence. To achieve this goal he uses a personal time travel suit to jump through space and time to find out who is messing with history and why. Players will visit different time periods, from prehistory to the future, to solve puzzles and save Earth in the present.
”In its day, The Journeyman Project 2: Buried in Time was considered one of the most technologically advanced games available. Sadly, until GOG.com worked their magic, the game was unplayable on modern PCs. We are very excited to see the game revived,” said Michel Kripalani, President of Presto Studios, Inc.
The Journeyman Project 2: Buried in Time is now available for $5.99.
About Presto Studios
Presto Studios was a computer game development company of the 1990s, especially famous for its award-winning The Journeyman Project series and the 2001 sequel to Cyan's hit Myst series, Myst III: Exile. The company was founded in 1991 by close-knit team of young developers who were raised in the new age of science fiction, computers, and video games. After nearly 12 years of pioneering work, the team shut the doors in 2002.
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