pathways

Back in November 2004 Lt Devon <devon@forerunners.org> posted news about a Pathways into Darkness inspired mod for Doom 3. Entitled Pathways Redux the mod was released on 26 Nov 2004. Doom 3, which is set in the ruins of an ancient Martian civilization, is expected to be released for the Macintosh in mid-March.
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Well most of the off-site links are now dead. Most notably David Coufal's Pathways Into Darkness Home Page . This was the oldest PID page around. All gone now. I've deleted all the off-site links in the Inventory window and will add the files locally.
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Because PID-related things seem to be disappearing off the internet at an accelerated rate I've updated the The Archive section over in the Inventory window (on your far right) to include the Pathway Into Darkness demos, Alain Roy's Pathways Into Cheating v1.0.1 and Richard Drysdall's ACE! 1.8.2. What happened to Alain Roy's Pathways Into Cheating v1.0 and why was it removed off the internet so quickly? Well that's a story for another day. ;-)
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Added Inside Mac Games Sneak Peak of Pathways Into Darkness from June 1993. A little nostalgia. More to come. Including some details on the PID editor!
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Added Inside Mac Games Review of Pathways Into Darkness from September 1993. More nostalgia.
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"I'm enjoying your exciting game and it puzzles my brains" and "Evil, wicked, addictive, nasty game from Hell. Do it again." Just a few of the comments from the Pathways into Darkness Registration card comments .
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Added the Inside Mac Games interview with Jason Jones from October 1993. In this you will find information on Minotaur 3D, rejected plot lines for Pathways Into Darkness, the difficulty issue, the speed issue, Pathways II, the upcoming Mosaic and a game in development called... Marathon. Go relive the nostalgia!
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Added the transcript of the AOL chat with Alex Seropian held on 27 August 1993. Pathways Into Darkness had just been released earlier that month and the chat offered an opportunity for those on AOL to ask questions about the game. In the transcript Alex is 'BungieSoft' and he doesn't give much away. Just a few tips, including mention of the Easter Egg . One or two of the more interesting questions he doesn't answer concern the PID editor and the origin of the company name. In the chat you'll come across a remark by Willie 44. Remember this is August 1993.
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Added the rare Inside Mac Games article The Making Of: Pathways Into Darkness from December 1993. Learn about the PID editor, the art of Colin Brent, and the events leading up to the Boston Macworld Expo in August 1993. Hey that's nearly 12 years ago!
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Thanks to DcBob for pointing out that you can download the full version of Pathways Into Darkness (v2.0) from the Macintosh Garden . You can find it listed here . It's a 2MB download. According to the maintainer of the Macintosh Garden Pathways Into Darkness is is 'Abandonware' that is "commercial software that has been discontinued by the publisher and are not sold or supported anymore" .
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Well after some 12 years people are finally beginning to ask the question... what was Muller's mission? Nick hoad <nhoad@sunbeach.net> on the Story forum outlines some of the facts we know about Muller's misson to the pyramid. And why has the PID page been so silent on this issue? The last great conspiracy...
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The Muller's misson thread on the Story forum has raised some interesting speculation about the origin of the pyramid itself. Who built it? Is it a manifestation of the sleeping god's dream or was it built by the local natives? Vid Boi <sippan@macnytt.com> in a forum post offers this possibility: Re: Muller's Mission? Posted By: Vid Boi <sippan@macnytt.com> Date: 4/24/05 6:45 p.m. In Response To: Re: Muller's Mission? (Anger) : Right so they built the teleporters too? The pyramid also goes two miles : deep!
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OK following repeated email threats and a large cash pay off we (The Committee) have finally activated the Muller's Mission link. We can't put it all up today due to copyright restrictions but check back... soon(TM).
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Lovecraft's "The Nameless City" and Pathways Into Darkness. Check also Brent Thompson's submission back in May 20, 1999 about Lovecraft's "The Temple".
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Muller's Mission ... uncovering the tru7 h... one lie at a time.
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