Prince of Persia

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Repair the damage caused by an ancient curse


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Based on Jordan Mechner's original game, Ubisoft brings you Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time. The Prince's natural skills combine with magic powers to create an action-packed adventure: gravity-defying acrobatics, crazy combo fighting moves and the ability to shape time.

Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time takes place in ancient Persia, the cradle of some of this world's largest and most mysterious kingdoms. There was once a king who, together with his son, defied the powerful Maharajá, kidnapping the Princess Farah and plundering the Maharajá's palace, making off with many of his precious treasures. Among these treasures was a strange hourglass and a mysterious dagger.

What the young Prince didn't know was that those two objects could make an immortal god of their possessor, who would even be able to control the time. The Prince, tricked by an evil vizier who wanted to steal his magic power, frees the sands of time, and in doing so he destroys his own kingdom, turning all of its inhabitants into terrible sand monsters. Only the Prince, the Princess Farah and the Vizier are saved from the destruction, and now the time has come for the Prince to repair the damage he has inflicted upon his kingdom, and to find his own redemption.

Minimum configuration:

Win 98 SE/ME/2000/XP

DirectX 9.0b

Pentium III or AMD Athlon at 800 MHz or equivalent

256 MB of RAM

NVIDIA GeForce 3 or higher (except for NVIDIA GeForce 4 MX), ATI Radeon 8500 or higher, or Matrox Parhelia

Sound device compatible with DirectX 8.0

1,4 GB of free space available on hard drive
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