18 years ago, Seamus Blackley and his team went to the Electronic Entertainment Expo, also known as E3 1998. Here they would show and share their ideas and a game like no other. Due to pressure from men in suite above, it was released unfinished, and to be known as one of the worst failures in PC gaming history.
This E3 demo with the amazing looking brown raptor. Maybe the green T-rex?
For 18 years, Trespasser fans have always thought and wondering if this E3 demo still awaits somewhere in a darkened room, in a dirty derelict building somewhere in the world.
And it did. And it has arrived, at last.READ BEFORE DOWNLOADING
This download is the same archive sent to us, unmodified. It contains 3 builds. To note however, is that two of them is the completely same build but was ripped from two different discs (both E3 builds are the same one).
Most people should have no problem running these by using the installer (setup95.exe in setup folder). One important note here is that you HAVE to uninstall any previous version (if you have one installed) before installing a new one, otherwise it will ask you for the CD).
These levels can't be read by TresEd at the moment. There is a hack so you can view them, but it will not show any textures in the level. Working TresEd versions is in the works and should be released here THIS week.
Same goes for the TPA files. No tool can read them at the moment, but that is also in the works. Stay put on info about that.
These have at least been tested, and working on Windows 10 64-bit computer. Be sure to run these in Windows 98 compatibility mode!
And last: Please avoid using this topic to post about your discoveries, and leave it if people having problems getting these to run! However, please use this forum (Pre-Release) to post about your discoveries
Any problems? Please post here!Special huge thanks to Deadeyeguy_45 who discovered the Tweet and to Seamus Blackley who happily shared this with us!