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Includes 6.​5MB Glulx file, and PDF document with instructions. You'll need a Glulx interpreter, such as WinGlulxe, to play. You can also use a multipurpose interpreter, such as Gargoyle, but in these interpreters the graphics and music may run extra fast.
Latest version *
Contains regresoaleden.blb
From an Internet Archive backup of the author's website.
Requires a Glulx interpreter. Visit IFWiki for download links.
regresoaleden.zip *
Contains regresoaleden.blb
FICOMP version (release 1), at the IF Archive.
Requires a Glulx interpreter. Visit IFWiki for download links.
From an Internet Archive backup of the author's website.
Source code *
From an Internet Archive backup of the author's website.
* Compressed with ZIP. Free Unzip tools are available for most systems at www.info-zip.org.

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Regreso al Edén (Return to Eden)

by Jarel

Science Fiction

(based on 2 ratings)
1 review

About the Story

Winner "Best Puzzle", 2007 Spanish-language FICOMP.

La guerra entre los dos imperios humanos ha terminado tras la retirada de Napua y la cesión del Sistema Trisolia a los Vaitzu de Masanai. Pero no todo el mundo está contento con esta paz: existe una especie comprimida en su planeta natal que necesita expandirse, y el que los humanos hayan dejado de masacrarse entre ellos le pone las cosas más difíciles.
Trisolia esconde secretos muy valiosos, de una antigua civilización con una tecnología superior, que podrían hacer cambiar de manos el poder de la galaxia.
Los Vaitzu han comenzado la colonización y el cierre del sistema ganado, pero no todos los interesados se han rendido.

The intragalactic war between two human empires has ended with Napua in retreat and the Trisolia System handed over to Masanai. But not everyone is pleased with the peace. An alien species had secret plans to expand and was waiting for the right moment to strike once the humans were thoroughly weakened by the war. In addition, Trisolia hides very valuable secrets: an ancient civilization built a superior technology that could make the difference among the contenders for power in the galaxy.

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Cinematic IF for SF fans, October 26, 2007
by Maureen (California)
Related reviews: FICOMP 2007

A long and complex space opera with superb multimedia and some of the best action sequences I've seen in IF (non-Spanish speakers can type "fuera" at the first prompt to see the game's prologue). The story of two empires scheming to control an ancient alien technology moves between worlds, shifting alliances and different PC points of view. You can die a lot -- much of the game is spent escaping one Indiana-Jones-style deathtrap after another -- but the puzzles are clever, varied and fair, and there are smart location-sensitive hints (type "pista"). Sophisticated, fast-paced, groundbreaking.

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