The Journeyman Project 3: Legacy of Time

Posted by Paul Shaffer.
First posted on 10 June 1998. Last updated on 31 December 2012.
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In the original The Journeyman Project, you prevent a mad scientist from disrupting Earth's invitation to join the Symbiotry of Peaceful Beings. In the sequel The Journeyman Project 2: Buried in Time, you foil an attempt by a rogue temporal agent to frame you for tampering with time but lose her during your chase in the time stream. Now, in The Journeyman Project 3: Legacy of Time, you travel…

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I WANT this game back and compatible with MAC OSX!
Journeyman Project 3: Legacy of Time will go down in history as one of the most intriguing computer games of ALL time and its RE-creation for Macs as well as PC's is VITAL!

I would spend $60-100 for this game if I could just get the darned thing to work on my Mac.

I hope you game creators are working feverishly on bringing it back to us (the game-playing public).

United States By Thomas Condon • On 13 April 2013 • From Bellevue WA (USA)


Great game! I've only played the third one, but I LOVE it!

United States By Daniel • On 23 January 2007 • From Camarillo, CA

WOW! this game is amazing! it has really good graphics and will keep you playing for hours! I think it is very challenging and ejucational!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I hope they make more games like this! thaks alot for making it!!!!

United States By June • On 27 June 2005 • From Alpharetta, Georgia

I loved the Legacy of Time game its so cool. My dad first started playing it and he said it was fun but I didnt want to watch him play because then I would know how to beat the game. So after he played it and beat it which took him forever. I decided to play it and see what it was all about. The very first time I moved on to the next time zone I was hooked it was so cool. I feel so bad for my parents because that was all I was talking bout for the rest of the day. I beat the game in about 4 days. I loved how you put Arthur in the game he was funny and I liked how he helped. I also like how you dont kill anybody in the game and that your not timed. I do wish that you would make another game like (Legacy of Time.)

United States By beth molnar • On 10 June 2005 • From katy, TX

I have never played the first or second Journeyman games but I absolutelly love the Legacy of Time game. The story is very rich and the environments were a pleasure to explore with interesting characters and textures. I really enjoyed the interactivity with the locations and characters in solving the puzzles. I liked that the puzzles fit the locations that they were placed in. There was a logic to them that complimented the story without covering it up. The puzzles were not the be all end all purpose for the game. They simply allowed you to progress through the story and accomplish the ultimate goal of collecting the three pieces of the artifact and putting them together. I would like to see other games like this in the future. I prefer these kind of games to the action ones. Thanks for a great and enyoyable game.

United States By Deania Sohlden • On 04 May 2005 • From Flint, MI USA

I could not get this game to load up on my computer I have a emachine 466id with 64mb of this not enough to run it? I ran unreal tournament with no problems

United States By Sonny C. • On 28 July 2004 • From Arlington Texas

I borrowed Legacy of time from a friend in 1998 and when I started to play I could not stop. It took me time to play the game through and it was worth it. I would like to know if project 4 is out or not.

Namibia By Mina • On 02 July 2004 • From Windhoek, Namibia

I know were to find the The Journeyman Project 3---Legacy Of Time you can find it at

United States By george • On 22 June 2004 • From winget

I have a Demo of this game which I think the game & grapics are really great. I would love to know where to purchase the game as I've searched in vain with no result. Hoping you can help in any way at all would be greatly appreciated.

Australia By Diane • On 31 May 2004 • From Australia

I totally agree with your review. I received Legacy of Time in a software bundle that I bought and my whole family thoroughly enjoyed it!! We especially liked our little buddy in the chameleon suit. Unfortunately our copy was stolen and I have never seen the game since in any stores. I would like to purchase the whole trilogy if possible. So if you have any contacts who are willing to part with it for a reasonable price please have them contact me at the following email address

Canada By Rose • On 13 April 2004 • From Edmonton Canada
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