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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: The original EGA version and the FM-Towns version have both never been digitally re-released, even though both are often considered superior to the later CD release due to having all the dialogue intact and not having the music confined to just the cut scenes. This is quite frustrating as the GOG release of Zak [=McKracken=] includes both the FM-Towns and the original PC release, but Loom doesn't.

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The original EGA version and the FM-Towns version have both never been digitally re-released, even though both are often considered superior to the later CD release due to having all the dialogue intact and not having the music confined to just the cut scenes. This is quite frustrating as the GOG release of Zak [=McKracken=] includes both the FM-Towns and the original PC release, but Loom doesn't.doesn't.
** The audio drama included with the EGA version is not included in later releases.


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: The original EGA version and the FM-Towns version have both never been digitally re-released, even though both are often considered superior to the later CD release due to having all the dialogue intact and not having the music confined to just the cut scenes. This is quite frustrating as the GOG release of Zak [=McKracken=] includes both the FM-Towns and the original PC release, but Loom doesn't.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: The original EGA version and the FM-Towns version have both never been digitally re-released, even though both are often considered superior to the later CD release due to having all the dialogue intact and not having the music confined to just the cut scenes. This is quite frustrating as the GOG release of Zak [=McKracken=] includes both the FM-Towns and the original PC release, but Loom doesn't.doesn't.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Two sequels were considered, titled ''Forge'' and ''The Fold'', focusing on Rusty Nailbender and Fleece Firmflanks teaming up against Chaos, with Bobbin appearing as a swan to mentor the two.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: The original EGA version and the FM-Towns version have both never been digitally re-released, even though both are often considered superior to the later CD release due to having all the dialogue intact and not having the music confined to just the cut scenes. This is quite frustrating as the GOG release of Zak [=McKracken=] includes both the FM-Towns and the original PC release, but Loom doesn't.

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