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1. A mental or psychological scene or area of the imagination: "mindscapes, in which memories from an American childhood mingle with those from the fantasy world of the films" (Grace Glueck).
2. A representation of such a scene or area, as in a work of art.

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"The team at Mindscape have done a fine job in turning around its performance over the last year.
And to mark Creatures 2's arrival, Mega Mirror has teamed up with Mindscape to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a state-of-the-art multimedia computer, worth around pounds 1,200.
The world's leading chess programme from Mindscape teaches the basics but has huge appeal for advanced players, too.
The artistic touch is easy to achieve with the help of Printmaster 7.0, the latest release in Mindscape's top-selling print creativity software.
We've TEN of the games from Mindscape, worth pounds 40 each, to give away FREE.
The life-like simulations from Mindscape, worth pounds 20 each, let you grow a virtual family of pets.
Catz 3 and Dogz 3 from Mindscape Entertainment (pounds 14.99) are the latest versions of the best-selling Petz software for the PC.
MEGA has 30 copies of Organic Art Deluxe up for grabs, courtesy of Mindscape. Out now for just pounds 14.99 on PC CD ROM, this is a must-have piece of software for all budding artists.
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The PC CD-ROM software from Mindscape lets you breed, raise and train your virtual pet catz.
The new game, from Mindscape, stars a heroic hound named Rex.
No matter that his densely layered references are frequently beyond the average reach: He has, in the past, made surprisingly sensuous and mesmerizing images through which we imagine we can gain entry to his arcane mindscape of ancient and recent history, philosophy, botany, Nordic myth, National Socialism, alchemy, and Wagner.