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Sticky: Little Big Adventure \ Relentless
By elmuerte at 2005-12-13 19:12

Little Big Adventure (LBA for short) was first released at the end of 1994. It was released in Europe by Electronic Arts and in the USA under the name 'Relentless' by Activision. LBA sold over 400.000 copies worldwide in the first release. LBA was the first game created under the label of Adeline Software International. The game was release in two versions, a CD-Rom version and a diskette version. The CD-Rom version has full motion video, high quality music and speech.

Little Big Adventure mobile version review
By elmuerte at 2014-03-26 23:00

The people from DotEmu were kind enough to provide me with a review copy of the now available mobile version of Little Big Adventure. LBA is available for both Android (Google Play, Amazon Appstore) and iOS. This review is based on the iOS version which I played on an iPhone 5. Given the fact that this site is dedicated to LBA I will not go into reviewing the game design, we already know it is an excellent game. This review will only discuss the differences between the original game, and the mobile version.

LBA1 on PSP Quick Guide
By xesf at 2007-12-22 16:16
Yes, its true, you can have LBA1 always with you in your pocket and what you need its what this thread will guide you.

I won't put any download links in this guide but all tools can be easily found in the Internet. Zapper could be a bit difficult so, if you had some problems, drop me a message.

You will need a PSP (PlayStation Portable) and PSOne/PSX version of LBA1.

LBA1 Credits
By elmuerte at 2006-03-25 19:43

Shown here are all the people that have worked on making Little Big Adventure possible. These credits are shown as appearing in the printed manual of the game.

LBA1/2 DOSBox Guide
By ChaosFish at 2006-03-14 16:58
If LbaWin can't work for you, and even FunnyFrog's patches don't work for you, or if you're using Linux or Mac OS anyway, and you almost gave up playing LBA...
Don't give up! With this guide (and with a strong computer) you will get LBA1 and LBA2 to work.

DOSBox is the best DOS emulator available, it can emulate DOS on any operation system. It is still on a beta stage, but it can already run LBA1 and LBA2 pretty smoothly.

Chat with Frédérick Raynal - 12/March/2006
 Rating: 3 votes, 10.0 average
By ChaosFish at 2006-03-12 21:16
The following is a transcript from the chat with Frédérick Raynal hold on the Adventure Europe forums during the Frédérick Raynal week.
Everybody was allowed to ask Fred some questions about various subject.

Complete walkthrough by Mark Hashimoto
By elmuerte at 2005-12-20 08:52

A complete walkthrough of LBA1 by Mark Hashimoto. The first part was written on 03-01-1995 and only contained the solution for the northen hemisphere, a little while later he added the last part of the game.

Relentless: Twinsen's Adventure FAQ
By elmuerte at 2005-12-19 18:47

A FAQ written by Paul D. Smith, this FAQ contains a lot of spoilers and has therefor been put in the walkthrough section. A few changes have been made in the content, identified within square brackets: [].

Gamespot's TenSpots
 Rating: 5 votes, 10.0 average
By elmuerte at 2005-12-18 12:40

Gamespot is one of the larger online game magazines. One of their signature features is the so called TenSpot. It's a list of the top 10 best entries of a certain subject, not always in order. The LBA games have been featured in a couple of these TenStops.

LBA1 Eastereggs
By elmuerte at 2005-12-13 19:31

Easter eggs are often funny things you might not find within the game unless you knew them already. LBA contains quite some easter eggs or sometimes vague hints or references. On this page you will find most, if not all, of them.

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