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From ''Alida'' (2003), one of those MYST-type computer games: "Explore the imaginative world of a gigantic guitar." This rock quartet got so rich so fast, they built a giant guitar-shaped theme park on an island. Then it all fell apart, and the park never opened. Now Arin, one of the band members (other members include Kivas and Juno) has gone missing on the island.
 
From ''Alida'' (2003), one of those MYST-type computer games: "Explore the imaginative world of a gigantic guitar." This rock quartet got so rich so fast, they built a giant guitar-shaped theme park on an island. Then it all fell apart, and the park never opened. Now Arin, one of the band members (other members include Kivas and Juno) has gone missing on the island.
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The game was the work of Australian artist and musician Cos Russo.
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[[Category:2003]]
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[[Category:Video games]]
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==External Links==
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*http://www.gamespot.com/alida/
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*[http://www.macworld.com/article/1031663/alida.html MacWorld: 'Alida' game ships in North America]

Latest revision as of 07:11, 15 March 2013

From Alida (2003), one of those MYST-type computer games: "Explore the imaginative world of a gigantic guitar." This rock quartet got so rich so fast, they built a giant guitar-shaped theme park on an island. Then it all fell apart, and the park never opened. Now Arin, one of the band members (other members include Kivas and Juno) has gone missing on the island.

The game was the work of Australian artist and musician Cos Russo.

External Links