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Have you heard of this one? (Re-opened - Mark 2!)
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Gelert
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March 24, 2010 - 9:18 am
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  Hi Raj! ............ If you're there (?). Can you please post whatever you posted in the other 'Have you heard of this one? (Re-opened), thread here instead. For a few of us the thread seems to have become corrupted and we can neither post nor read posts in it since June 2009.

  This thread was made to get around that problem.

  Thanks. [Image Can Not Be Found]

http://adventurepoint.co.uk/ Massive database of almost 2000 point & click Adventure games. Everyone's welcome to browse the site.

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HEY THERE!

I got the email notice and found this thread and suppose if I post here all will be well.  I'm just going to copy and paste.

Here goes!!

Hey folks!

I see you Gelert!

Just wanted to ask if there's anything special about: Kindgom O'Magic, Dracula: Unleashed, and Emily Culpepper and Friends.

I'm sure you've heard of the first two… but…. now… have you heard of the third?[Image Can Not Be Found][Image Can Not Be Found][Image Can Not Be Found]

STILL trying to download my on-line personality. … and looking at things from a funny angle …

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Gelert
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Hi Raj! Nope! Never heard of it, and I can't find it as a game on Google either; only a book. Have you got more info, or a link? [Image Can Not Be Found]

http://adventurepoint.co.uk/ Massive database of almost 2000 point & click Adventure games. Everyone's welcome to browse the site.

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I've started a whole bunch of games recently:

 

Fallout 3

Big World (Baldur's Gate as it should have been)

Alien Breed

City of Heroes (for the 50th time)

Lord of the Rings Online (never got past 10th level or so--couldn't find a decent guild)

Borderlands

Amnesia

The Witcher (again finally)

Metro 2033

 

The only 2 I've finished are Borderlands (loved it, but it's not particularly compelling to replay in solo mode) and Metro 2033 (big-time loved it).

 

Civ 5 came today but who knows when I'll ever get to it.

 

I have realized that I hear of most of the really cool games I know about from TR/FFC.

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I have an original copy of Alice the Interactive Museum.  🙂  I heard it goes for big money on Ebay.  I really need to check that out.

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Hanover said:

I have an original copy of Alice the Interactive Museum.  🙂  I heard it goes for big money on Ebay.  I really need to check that out.


I sold my boxed copy of Alice, not even in that good shape, for a ridiculous 4 figure amount on eBay a few years back when these two serious collectors went at it in the last minute.

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I reckon that Alice Interactive Museum might be one of the few games left that will still sell for a pretty high amount.  That game could put put your kid through college (or at least a semester of college)

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http://www.kongregate.com/game.....he+i+of+it

 

Very clever and moderately difficult. If you get stuck or bored go to the second link and watch to the end.

 

http://armorgames.com/guide/Th.....ideo-Guide

 

It''s the world''s first shaggy dog platformer. Ferdinand Feghoot and purple wombats the world over rejoice.

grooowrrrr! [menace menace] rrrrowwwr!

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