Magic Carpet Abandonware

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  • A magic carpet, also called a flying carpet, is a legendary carpet that can be used to transport persons who are on it instantaneously or quickly to their destination.
  • The following are fictional characters from Disney's Aladdin franchise.
  • Magic Carpet was a pioneering Anglo-Indian United Kingdom (UK) band of musicians that first appeared in the early 1970s.
  • : A software product, especially a video game, whose copyright is no longer defended or which is no longer marketed even by the company who made it
  • Out-of-print and no longer for sale software especially games.
  • Abandonware is a term used to describe primarily computer software, but more recently also physical devices (which are usually computerised in some fashion) that are discontinued products and for which no product support is available, or whose copyright ownership may be unclear for various
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Magic Carpet II: The Netherworlds
Magic Carpet II: The Netherworlds
With Magic Carpet II, Bullfrog has both maintained the spirit of a classic and improved on it in almost every respect. This title is an excellent successor to Magic Carpet and guarantees plenty of frequent flyer miles for every would-be wizard. Magic Carpet II: Netherworlds hasn't deviated far from the original formula, but it contains a slew of new aesthetic and gameplay features which provide more focus and improve on an already stunning atmosphere. As in the original, players fly around on the eponymous rug, fighting creatures and other wizards using an arsenal of spells. The structure of the game, however, has been drastically revamped. In Magic Carpet, the player's only goal was to fly around the world collecting "mana," a magical element released when the creatures of the land were destroyed. Once enough mana had been gathered, the player could proceed to the next level. Magic Carpet II eliminates the redundancy of this single-goal scenario, and relies on objective-based levels instead. These objectives range from the simple--say, flying to a particular point--to the challenging, where you are called upon to destroy an entire race of creatures. And there are plenty of new creatures to destroy, as well as new spells to destroy them with. Even better, Magic Carpet II's new experienced-based system makes spells gain effectiveness as players become more proficient. The flight engine and the graphics have also been improved, speeding up the action and making it better -looking. In addition, sinister nocturnal and claustrophobic underground missions are included, delivering much more visual and strategic diversity. - From Gamespot editors' review

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Magic Carpet
Magic Carpet
A "Magic Carpet" is a slow moving conveyor belt up the bunny slope. I wonder if they will ever make one with detachable high-speed sections? I'm sure they will eventually. One of my favorite bumper stickers says, "Did you move here to be in a hurry?"
Magic Carpet Finished
Magic Carpet Finished
I finished Magic Carpet this weekend! The pattern is from American Jane, and the fabrics are Amy Butler, from her Midwest Modern 2 line. It's about 70"x70" which too small, but I'll forgive it because it's as soft as a cloud! -- Pookie

magic carpet abandonware
magic carpet abandonware
DistribuciĆ³n de software: Abandonware, Distribuidoras de videojuegos, Gestores de paquetes, Proyectos acusados de ser vaporware, Shareware (Spanish Edition)
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