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Majestic, Part I: Alien Encounter

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Year released:
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MAJESTIC.toast_.sit (194.17 MB)
MD5: d4a59e89c9ff61ecfde67714dbf0576d
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
This game works with: Basilisk II,

Description (from Jave):

"Majestic is a first-person, point-and-click adventure. It's a bit on the old side (in fact, it has to run in 256 colors); however, most of the movements are fully animated, as opposed to slide show. There are music and sound effects, but no spoken dialog--just subtitles. This curious choice is unfortunate (and also seriously hurt Zero Critical). However, as he showed in Zero Critical, Pely has a very good sense of story. Sherban Young has crafted a compelling one here: the Majestic is a luxury cruiser that has had a terrible mishap, and you have been dispatched to figure out what the heck went wrong. This is a classic, irresistible setup for an adventure game: an abandoned space ship to explore!"

External link
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Note 1: It's named after the Majestic 12, the second biggest conspiracy event since Roswell:

Note 2: The author discusses this game and others in an interview:

Followed by Symbiocom and Zero Critical.

Architecture: 68k PPC

Hybrid disc copied with Toast 5; ie contains both Mac and PC versions, which can be mounted or burned.
Must run in 256 colours.

68030 or faster

System Requirements:

Mac OS 7 or later
4X CD-ROM drive
50 MB of free hard drive space

IBM and 100% Compatibles:
Windows 95
Pentium 75 MHz
SVGA display (256 color)
4X CD-ROM drive
50 MB of free hard drive space
16-Bit sound card


SHiNShU's picture
by SHiNShU - 2010, September 27 - 3:51am

i wonder how long i could play this one without becomin bored. i would hope a very long time, especially considerin that its so big. gee, i also wonder whether a part 2 ever came out, or if this was 1 of those "part 1 is all the game creator thought needed to be made" games.

Slik's picture
by Slik - 2010, June 13 - 7:36pm

Very smooth in 7.6 on Basilisk II for me, but too choppy in SheepShaver on my old machine.

MacWise's picture
by MacWise - 2009, December 2 - 8:45pm

According to Mobygames he was the lead artist for Fallout 3. Check out his personal site,

Attila's picture
by Attila - 2009, December 2 - 5:43pm

I like what I've seen of this so far; I love exploration games, like L-ZONE.

In the link I've added to an interview with the author he discusses this game and others he worked on: