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SUMMONER_1.toast_.sit (556.39 MB)
MD5: 56f829c078de64276d4681597f8e5c9e
For Mac OS 8.5 - 8.6 - Mac OS 9
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SUMMONER_2.toast_.sit (189.00 MB)
MD5: 6056f9c4c8ee7a594b8f05498cddc851
For Mac OS 8.5 - 8.6 - Mac OS 9
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Summoner's inheritance is a power greater than magic. With rings of channeling, Summoners call forth demons and golems, supernatural servants and elemental creatures.

Summoners have toppled empires and challenged gods. The chosen are born with a mark on one hand, but the origins of this gift were forgotten long ago. Joseph fears his power more than death itself. As a child, Joseph tried to save his village from attackers, but the demon he summoned slaughtered the villagers while Joseph watched in horror, his misguided heroics causing the deaths of those he loved.

Exiled and ostracized, Joseph vowed never to summon again. Over the years, the enigmatic Yago counsels and guides the youth, preparing Joseph to fulfil his prophecy. As the invading armies of Orenia march across the Medevan plain, Yago urges Joseph to quest for the ancient rings. Reluctantly, Joseph agrees.

On his journey, Joseph meets three young adventurers who become his companions, Flece, Jekhar, and Rosalind. Flece is a cunning thief and cynical rogue who grew up on the streets of Lenele. Jekhar's family perished when Joseph summoned a demon long ago, and now the warrior seeks revenge. Begrudgingly, he helps Joseph on his quest. Rosalind is novice of the Order of Iona and yearns to become a mage-priest and guardian of Iona's divine scrolls. The daughter of Yago, Rosalind is jealous of Joseph's power and hates her father for devoting his life to the Summoner's cause.

Their quest takes them across the world to the sunken empire of Ikaemos and the rugged wilds of Liangshan, from the stronghold of the Khosani to the Jade River that flows from Heaven. In the ruins of lost civilizations and the temples of Orenia, they search for the Summoners' rings.

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Architecture: PPC

Minimum Requirements:
Mac OS 8.6 or later
Macintosh with a 300 MHz or faster
800 MB HD space
3D graphics acceleration with 6MB of video memory

Plays fine on a (dual) 1GHz G4 under Classic with the video settings turned up high.


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by Jatoba - 2020, May 18 - 12:26pm

@longboarder241 I figure probably not, but you might want to give this a try under OS X 10.2 Jaguar if you can (instead of either 10.3 Panther or 10.4 Tiger). While Classic is known to be miserable for running games in general, its Jaguar counterpart will often run a bunch of them just as good and accurately as actual native OS 9.

Of course, that is assuming your machine is Jaguar-capable... And, usually, if a machine is Jaguar-capable, it's also OS-9-capable one way or another, which kind of defeats the purpose of running those games on Jaguar...

(We really need Jaguar's Classic in Tiger...)

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by longboarder241 - 2020, April 29 - 6:02pm

is there a carbonized version ofn this? Carbonapps work much better than classic ones

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by abasu1979 - 2015, February 18 - 5:43pm

Enjoyable and epic - a remarkable synthesis of quality and quantity.

I highly recommend it to anyone who likes RPGs.


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by Bolkonskij - 2011, October 24 - 9:49am

This is a great Role-Playing game. Graphics may look terribly dated but the game itself keeps you well entertained if you enjoy classic RPGs. It's all there: battles, wandering around cities, main & side quests, character development based on EXP / skills and so forth. My recommendation for the upcoming cold winter months Smile

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by mabecabu - 2009, December 20 - 9:11pm

This is a fun game-thanks!

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by bertyboy - 2009, December 10 - 4:19am

"under Classic"

Nope. It won't work under Leopard either. Unless you try an emulator. You could try and post your results here. Sheepshaver is pretty good on a fast Intel Mac.

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by The Coma-man - 2009, December 9 - 8:53pm

Does this also work for OSX/Snow Leopard??