an atari(-ish) game by jak locke
PC (also LINUX under WINE) MAC (OSX 10.5 (LEOPARD) and up)
NOTE: IF YOU ARE RUNNING OSX V10.8 OR HIGHER, PLEASE CHECK "KNOWN ISSUES" AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE
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WARNING: JUST LIKE REAL ATARI GAMES, THOSE WHO DO NOT READ THE MANUAL ARE DOOMED TO CONFUSION

NOTE: The BLACK LODGE cartridge contains special chips designed to enhance your audiovisual experience beyond the Video Computer System's typical capabilities. So don't be alarmed if you think you hear your game talking to you, because it is!
QUOTES
"Jak Locke’s vintage Atari-aping indie Twin Peaks game Black Lodge 2600 does a damn fine job of being as haunting, bewildering and maddening as its legendary source material." -Alec Meer, Rock Paper Shotgun

"Yes, it is creepy, and yes, it's hilarious, especially to us Twin Peaks fans, which you now undoubtedly are, right?" -Mike D'Alonzo, G4TV Attack of the Blog

"It’s nothing short of brilliant. Let me repeat that: BRILLIANT! Special Agent Jak Locke, you are my hero!" -Twin Pie, Welcome To Twin Peaks

"The visual motifs and utterly unnerving sound effects make this as downright bonkers as its source material." -Lewis Denby, PC Gamer

"As for the game itself; it's truly amazing." -Matthew Hawkins, Game Set Watch
RELEASES
2015.04.10 - PC RELEASE v1.0.4 - manufacturer removed specialty graphics chip from cartridge (degraded owl and horse graphics)
2011.07.18 - MAC RELEASE v1.0.3 - added subtitle to secret
2011.07.18 - PC RELEASE v1.0.3 - added subtitle to secret
2011.06.29 - MAC RELEASE v1.0.2 - initial release
2011.06.26 - PC RELEASE v1.0.2 - fixed hallway boundary discrepancy
2011.06.23 - PC RELEASE v1.0.1 - initial release
KNOWN ISSUES (as of 2016.01.23)
+ if the game does not run in Mac OSX Mountain Lion or higher, go to "System Preferences", open "Security & Privacy", click the padlock to allow changes, then click the "Anywhere" option under "Allow applications downloaded from:". If that does not work, the game is unfortunately incompatible with your iteration of OSX.
+ dodgy full screen in Mac version (does not fill screen, flickery borders)
+ no joystick support -- in the meantime, I recommend using keyboard-to-joystick mappers JoyToKey (for PC) or Enjoy (for Mac)
+ "caleb's loop" -- rare potential inability to die



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