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== Easter Eggs ==
 
== Easter Eggs ==
 
*In the lab, press 'p' (flying pigs)
 
*In the lab, press 'p' (flying pigs)
*In the dressing room, press 'a' (ghost player)
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*In the dressing room, press '4' (ghost player). Note: This only works in ScummVM. In the original game, the key is unknown at the moment (keycode: 4)
  
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==

Revision as of 11:54, 10 April 2011

Ringworld : Revenge of the Patriarch
N/A
First release 1992
Also known as
Developed by Tsunami Media, inc
Published by Tsunami Media, inc
Distributed by (unknown)
Platforms DOS
Resolution 320x200, 256 colors (DOS, VGA)
Engine TsAGE
Support Not yet
Available for
Purchase
No

A graphical adventure set in Larry Niven's "Known Space" universe. The centerpiece of the Known Space universe is the Ringworld, an artificially created planet that is actually an immense band orbiting a distant star (Halo borrows this idea for its setting). If you aren't familiar with Niven's series, go out and pick up any one of the dozens of Known Space books and you won't be far from having to track down all of them.

In Revenge of the Patriarch, the player must travel to the Ringworld to uncover information which could prevent the alien Kzinti from starting another war with humanity. It follows the standard point and click formula for adventure games.

Easter Eggs

  • In the lab, press 'p' (flying pigs)
  • In the dressing room, press '4' (ghost player). Note: This only works in ScummVM. In the original game, the key is unknown at the moment (keycode: 4)

External links