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remember the old school sierra games that you have to type the action on the keyboard to play.I have great memories of police quest and leisure suit larry.Do you think the adventure scene is dead.Day Of THE TENTACLE FOREVER

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Yes...those days were best. My favorite games like that were the Quest for Glory series and Leisure Suit Larry series. Sadly those days are pretty much dead...LucasArt's axed the two adventure game sequels this year (Full Throttle 2 and Sam and Max 2.) The occasion adventure game is made but never gets any press or hype which is sad.

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They were cool.

They're too complex for today's gamers.

"Hello. How are you today:

<Kill Man>

"I'm sorry I do not understand that"

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"I'm sorry I do not understand that"

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"I'm sorry I do not understand that"

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"I'm sorry I do not understand that"

<Exec Aimbot.cfg>

"I'm sorry I do not understand that"

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I always liked to type in swear words and the game would always have something clever to say.

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>Push Statue
>Push Edna

>Use Scalpel on Clown

"To the Chono-John!"

Old LucasArts adventure games rule so much.

Sam & Max: Hit the Road is still one of my long-time favorites

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Oh Diso That's Zork Isn't It? That Game Was Fun Ass Hell, Good Thing Is That That Game Is Floating Around the Internet So Ya.

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Oh Diso That's Zork Isn't It? That Game Was Fun Ass Hell, Good Thing Is That That Game Is Floating Around the Internet So Ya.

yeha zork ruled so much.

I still have return to zork :D

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god, the time i spent with Wishbringer, a crappy game... a very crappy game... but i liked it non the less...

just the hours it took me to learn how to get around (i was 6 and english isnt my first language...)

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kings quest 1-7 owned all. those things were insanely fun

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They were always too difficult for me, I never knew what to type or do! :lol: They used to frustrate the hell out of me sometimes. :(

Still classics, though. The Space Quest series were probably my favs.

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Mother Goose was my favorite when I was a kid... That game was easy.

I'm still mad tht LucasArts canned the sequel to Sam & Max.




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