Muito tempo após a passagem da Segunda Sombra, quando dragões dominavam o céu do crepúsculo e as estrelas eram brilhantes e numerosas, veio a Era das Grandes Guildas. Ferreiros. Pastores. Clérigos. Cada um dedicado ao controle absoluto de um conhecimento secreto. Uma dessas Guildas era a dos Tecelões.
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Data de lançamento: 1/jan/1990

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Inclui 4 itens: Indiana Jones® and the Fate of Atlantis™, Indiana Jones® and the Last Crusade™, LOOM™, The Dig®

 

Sobre este jogo

Muito tempo após a passagem da Segunda Sombra, quando dragões dominavam o céu do crepúsculo e as estrelas eram brilhantes e numerosas, veio a Era das Grandes Guildas.
Ferreiros. Pastores. Clérigos. Cada um dedicado ao controle absoluto de um conhecimento secreto.
Uma dessas Guildas era a dos Tecelões. Ao passar dos séculos, seu artesanato transcendeu os limites dos tecidos físicos, até eles tecerem o tecido da realidade em si. Agora, um estranho poder colocou os Tecelões no esquecimento, deixando para trás um garoto Tecelão para solucionar o mistério. Ajude o jovem Bobbin a salvar sua Guilda...e você pode acabar salvando o universo de uma catástrofe indescritível.
Uma aventura Extraordinária com uma relação de magia...
  • Paisagens 3D de alta resolução impressionantes.
  • Partitura e efeitos musicais sofisticados.
  • Animação e efeitos especiais detalhados.
  • Controle elegante de apontar e clicar dos personagens, objetos e magias.
  • Escrita, mapeamento e gerenciamento de inventário livres de incômodo.
  • Um jogo fácil e engajante para iniciantes e veteranos.

Requisitos de sistema

Windows
Mac OS X
    • OS: Windows XP or Vista
    • Processor: Any 2002 era PC or better
    • Memory: 32 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 2 MB - PCI Graphics Card
    • DirectX®: Required for sound
    • Hard Drive: 290 MB
    • Sound: 16-bit sound card
    Minimum:
    • OS: Mac OS X version 10.5 (or newer)
    • Processor: Intel Processor
    • CPU Speed: 1.8 GHz
    • Memory: 128 MB RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: 2 GB free disk space
    Recommended:
    • OS: Mac OS X version 10.5 (or newer)
    • Processor: Intel Dual Core Processor
    • CPU Speed: 2 GHz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: 2 GB free disk space
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8 de 9 pessoas (89%) acharam esta análise útil
11.7 hrs registradas
Publicada: 9 de fevereiro
AUDIO: Peaceful                                                 AESTHETIC: Beautiful
MEMORABILITY: Nostalgic                                 WORTH: Full PRice

PROS: Mysterious and alluring world that is rich with lore. Interesting musical system, no hand-holding. Nice voice-acting.

CONS: First game of a planned trilogy that never came to fruition. Starting the first game to a project that's been unfinished for around 25 years now may sound completely absurd to people who have never played Loom. Understandably so. Many different versions of Loom were released, and I'm disappointed to see that this was not a version cobbled together for the most content available.

OVERALL: A piece of point and click history.

                                                    
SCORE: 10/10
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193 de 196 pessoas (98%) acharam esta análise útil
2.1 hrs registradas
Publicada: 21 de dezembro de 2013
Loom is a great game. Unfortunately just not this version.

The version that Steam uses is a direct Windows port of the "talkie" CD released in 1992, which adds voice acting and VGA graphics, but at a cost. They removed a significant portion of the dialogue to fit the (uncompressed) voice acting on the disc, reducing the story and detail. Furthermore they censored many, many scenes. http://www.movie-censorship.com/report.php?ID=802320 has a pretty thorough list of censored and missing content. There isn't even almost any background music due to the dialogue taking all the space. As a result of all these, many scenes become rushed and lack the pacing or emotion they're supposed to have.

The voice acting isn't very good either, it's average at best in my opinion. The technical implementation is also somewhat bad due to being one of the first voice-acted games ever, as many lines are cut off abruptly at the end.

If you want to experience Loom, I recommend you to find the original EGA version or the FM-Towns version, neither of which are for sale sadly. The FM-Towns version has VGA graphics if you can't stand EGA, but the original looks really good in my opinion and has the best EGA graphics that I've ever seen. The best sound option in the EGA version is AdLib/SoundBlaster by default, but there is a patch available that adds a MT-32 option (note however that you either need a real MT-32 or know how to emulate one).
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Publicada: 23 de dezembro de 2013
There must be something wrong with this adaptation. The dialogues are off, and it horribly feels like something is missing from the gameplay itself. There's no indication of the notes on the distaff, and the drafts are almost impossible to play. I had to give up after a while, and this is seriously aggravating because I remember this game very fondly.
I advise not to buy this version. It is horribly adapted.
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8.9 hrs registradas
Publicada: 26 de julho de 2014
Loom is unique. There is no game quite like it in the history of video games. As a professional singer and music teacher of many instruments, I still love the challenge of musical pattern recognition and recall of this wonderfully interesting game. I just saw the manual too and gosh, what a lovely throwback to the past when games really were works of art one could keep in the packaging and manuals that came with it. The music geek in me loves how one is supposed to use pencil to dictate the melodies one encounters in the game. It may be slow going for many of us (myself included) who are now so used to faster paced narratives in video games and other media; however, there is such a charm to it as well as some rather fiendish puzzles that had me cheating via online hint guides which incidentally one would have to pay and arm and a leg for with Lucas Arts hintlines, or so I hear. I give Loom 5 stars out of 5 for absolutely everything though I wish I could make bloody Bobbin Threadbare move far quicker- He is a tad snail like in his gait. Regardless, do play this gem while you have to chance. It is one of the best in the genre of adventure games and one of LucasArts finest offerings in this Musician's humble opinion :) Enjoy, Loom everyone. I am on my 4th playthrough and here's to many more :)
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Publicada: 18 de abril de 2014
I really hate to say I don't reccomend this game, but as some other people have said, it's unfortunately the inferior version. I have played the EGA version all the way through and I think it's a pretty good game. I wouldn't rank it high among the LucasArts classics, but definitely something worth checking out. It's got a good plot and has an interesting take on the point and click genre; the only item here is a staff that can play music to perform a draft. You learn more and more of them as you play through the game, and use each draft to help get you through a puzzle. It's a fairly short game, but a good one.

Unfortunately, LucasArts decided to include the CD version of this game instead of the EGA or FM-Towns version. While it has updated 256-color VGA graphics and voice acting, all of the dialogue and music had to be stored as CD audio. The voice acting is sloppily done at times and the music doesn't play very often, killing a lot of immersion. They also cut down the dialogue considerably, leading to some rather confusing moments in the plot. It's really a shame; I'd love to reccomend this game, but I just can't. There is a site that offers the FM-Towns version though, if you have bought this version. Since that's generally considered the best version (it has all the positives of both PC editions and none of the negatives of either), I'd say go on ahead and buy it and follow their method to obtain it.
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