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The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

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LOTR-ROTK.zip_.001 (762.94 MB)
For Mac OS X
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LOTR-ROTK.zip_.002 (762.94 MB)
For Mac OS X
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LOTR-ROTK.zip_.003 (279.02 MB)
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LOTR-ROTK_NoDVD.dmg (2.04 MB)
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The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King video game again puts the fate of Middle Earth in the hands of the gamer. In the last instalment of the movie trilogy, destroy the Ring by casting it into the Crack of Doom, which frees Middle Earth from Dark Lord Sauron. Return of the King's third person gameplay allows immersive action set in rich, interactive levels. The new game also features an all new co-op multiplayer mode which lets players form their own Fellowship and eight playable characters like Gandalf, Aragorn, Legolas, Gimli, Sam and Frodo all played out by their actual actors from the films, battle vicious boss monsters like Shelob and the final showdown with Dark Lord Sauron, all backed up by Academy Award winner Howard Shore. (MobyGames)

Downloads 1-3 are the parts of a zipped archive of the game DVD image

Download 4 is a NoDVD patcher

Compatibility
Architecture: PPC

Mac OS X 10.2.6
256 MB RAM
32 MB VRAM
2 GB free hard drive space

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mrdav's picture
by mrdav - 2019, August 12 - 7:52am

Early OS X versions are not required to unzip the archive. Download the three parts (first three DL items) and put them together in a folder. Then drag the .001 file to the Unarchiver which will then join the parts and unzip the archive. There are other methods but the one described is as good as any.

solomon415's picture
by solomon415 - 2019, August 11 - 8:36pm

Hi very sorry for the super Luddite question, but how do I open this file? It won't open on my MacBook Air, (I'm assuming because it's built for early OS X builds). Do I need to open this on my G5 with 10.3.5? To do that, will I need an UnZip application? New to this site. Very cool stuff.

osxlegacy2018's picture
by osxlegacy2018 - 2019, May 20 - 5:23pm
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So happy my due core g5 with 3gigs of ram can play almost every game on this site. i installed a 500gig sata and an extra video card with svideo out so games can be played on my vintage 1988 tv.

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by Bolkonskij - 2019, February 9 - 11:48am
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My thanks for uploading this one here. It's a very Mac-unlike video game conversion that you'll feel at every step (as an old Mac user) but then it's also a great Lord of the Rings game, so ... Smile

NoCD works good too. Runs very smooth on my iMac G5 (though no antialiasing activated)