Limbo of the Lost

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Limbo of the Lost
Limbo of the Lost cover
Developers
Majestic Studios
Publishers
Tri Synergy
G2 Games
Russia 1C Company
Engines
Wintermute
Release dates
Windows 2007
Taxonomy
Modes Singleplayer
Pacing Real-time
Perspectives Cinematic camera
Controls Point and select
Genres Adventure
Themes Industrial Age, Supernatural
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Limbo of the Lost is point-and-click adventure game developed by Majestic Studios. The project reportedly started development in early 1990s, with initial demo being planned for Atari ST. The project was scrapped and started from beginning this time for Amiga 500, to be later ported to Amiga 1200 and Amiga CD32. That project also was ultimately scrapped and started anew in 2003 with target platform being PC. It is infamous due to its poor quality and excessive plagiarism of in-game backgrounds and other content.

The game was released in 2007 to overwhelmingly negative reviews and was later pulled from sales, when in June 2008 evidence started racking up about the game using many assets that were lifted from multiple games, including Diablo II, Enclave, The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, Return to Castle Wolfenstein, Thief: Deadly Shadows and others.

Following the lawsuit, the game remains unavailable for purchase.

General information

Official website (archived)
Limbo of the Lost Wikia

Availability[edit]

Source DRM Notes Keys OS
Retail
CD key
Windows
This game is not available digitally.

Game data[edit]

Configuration file(s) location[edit]

System Location
Windows

Save game data location[edit]

System Location
Windows

Video[edit]

Graphics feature State Notes
Widescreen resolution
Multi-monitor
Ultra-widescreen
4K Ultra HD
Field of view (FOV)
Windowed
See the glossary page for potential workarounds.
Borderless fullscreen windowed
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Anisotropic filtering (AF)
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Anti-aliasing (AA)
Has the option to go up to 8 x. In reality it appears to have no visible effect on graphical fidelity.
Vertical sync (Vsync)
See the glossary page for potential workarounds.
60 FPS
120+ FPS
High dynamic range display (HDR)

Input[edit]

Keyboard and mouse State Notes
Remapping
See the glossary page for potential workarounds.
Mouse acceleration
Mouse sensitivity
Mouse input in menus
Mouse Y-axis inversion
Controller
Controller support
See the glossary page for potential workarounds.

Audio[edit]

Audio feature State Notes
Separate volume controls
Surround sound
Subtitles
Closed captions
Mute on focus lost

Localizations

Language UI Audio Sub Notes
English
Russian

Other information[edit]

API[edit]

Technical specs Supported Notes
Direct3D 9
Executable 32-bit 64-bit Notes
Windows

System requirements[edit]

Windows
Minimum Recommended
Operating system (OS) 98
Processor (CPU) Intel Pentium 4 2.0 GHz
System memory (RAM) 256 MB
Hard disk drive (HDD) 4.6 GB
Video card (GPU) 128 MB of VRAM
DirectX 9 compatible
Sound (audio device) 16-bit DirectSound compatible sound card

References