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Temporal agent Gage Blackwood must stop a xenophobic rogue scientist, Dr. Elliot Sinclair, the inventor of time travel technology, before he and his robots change history and stop Earth from joining the galactic alien community.

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Temporal agent Gage Blackwood must stop a xenophobic rogue scientist, Dr. Elliot Sinclair, the inventor of time travel technology, before he and his robots change history and stop Earth from joining the galactic alien community.

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The World's First Photorealistic Adventure Game! See more »

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Adventure | Sci-Fi

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October 1993 (Japan)  »

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The Journeyman Project Turbo!  »

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$70,000 (estimated)
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The crew spent 15,000 man hours on the project. See more »

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Edited into The Journeyman Project 2: Buried in Time (1995) See more »

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Groundbreaking Experience
9 May 2004 | by See all my reviews

It's been awhile since I've played this game, but it's pretty hard to find these days. Bear with me. The Journeyman Project Turbo set the standards for a photo-realistic adventure experience. It was the first of it's kind, featuring an intriguing storyline with multiple turns and enough dangers to keep you well aware of the choices you're making. For it's time, the realistic looking visuals and haunting voice effects throughout the game were enough to send chills up my spine. Time travel played a HUGE part The idea of solving the game through multiple time eras is very unique, and to this day, the Journeyman Project Turbo remains one of the most unique experiences that I've ever had the pleasure of taking part in.


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