Hi, just to let you know, it appears that the LightTech Interactive home page is no longer available, as the domain expired about a week ago. The games are still hosted on the Audiogames Archive of course.
This has actually made me a little sad. Not enough to cry thankfully but still, end of an era, unless the domane comes back, plus the ag archive is still around of course.
Has anyone a full backup of the site with html files? If so, i could propably get that on some machine.
It's not actually the domain that died, it seams to be the srv behind it. Also, the domain was changed at yesterday, maybe that messed something up.
Definitely the end of an era for sure. Technically they stopped producing games a while ago as the folks behind move on and went their separate ways, but it was pretty nostalgic to see the site up in all its glory for such a long time. The continuing presence of can we say an industry leader in quality audio games, and literally all of them were free yet offered a lot of replay value for being the coined term light games.
After another look, it seams like they are trying to bring it back or something. Now if you access the page this happens
Request forbidden by administrative rules.
Sorry for rebringing up this topic. Ok, now it's geting wierd. I have looked up the whois for lighttechinteractive.com again. So either the domain got bought now or the original lighttech person rebought the domain. here's the whois.
contact via https://www.1api.net/send-message/light … registrant
contact via https://www.1api.net/send-message/light … .com/admin
contact via https://www.1api.net/send-message/light … e.com/tech
It's gone. The domain isn't resolving anymore, or if it is it's probably just a for-sale parking page, and it's not relevant at this point since the developers have moved on and won't be renewing it any time soon.
Just to say, all game links now fixed thanks to the audiogames archive.
Sad the website is gone, but nice the games are still available.
Our souls with high music ringing; O men! It must ever be
That we dwell in our dreaming and singing, A little apart from ye. (Arthur O'Shaughnessy 1873.)
Look there. Now the domain is already yreregistered by someething spanish. Shame on you lol.