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The Rumpus Room / Re: What's on TV?
« on: Today at 09:58 »
I dunno but I bet it reeks under there.

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General Discussion / Re: Trumpmageddon
« on: Today at 02:39 »
DOTARD!!! (laugh)

I'm betting Kim is pretty damn surprised at how many supporters are springing up on social media lauding his first-ever public speech seen by the world.
It's pretty hard not to agree with basically everything he said in that speech. Trump has to go. I mean, Kim has to go, too, but let's just get things back to pre-Trump levels first.

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I like it. The story is nothing to write home about, but it's fun. Today's devs are so obsessed with narrative and characters that they're forgetting that it's okay for games to just be fun, too. I played Amazon Queen with my niece a few years ago, who was like 8, and had totally forgotten that there are some naughty bits in the game. But we had a blast playing it. I can't really remember the puzzles in detail either, but I remember we got stuck a few times, which I think makes for a healthy adventure game.

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Nice one. All the best with the release.

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The Rumpus Room / Re: What's on TV?
« on: 20 Sep 2017, 23:47 »
Unfortunately I've know the answer to this since before you mentioned Netflix - because I cheated.
Bring on a new round. I won't cheat this time.

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I think it's still the case that AGS can't handle Chinese, Japanese and Korean characters. You could still translate them using roman script and hope the players can read it.

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Great. Proud backer here. I can't wait to play number 3 :-)

Also interested to see what is next for SkyGoblin :-)

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I liked Bulb Boy A LOT. Maybe check that one out. :) http://bulbboygame.com/
I hate this game so much. Anyway, on topic, the Rusty Lake games. They could fall under Hidden Object, though.
http://www.rustylake.com/tag/rusty-lake-series/
They're room escape games rather than hidden object games. But yeah they are brilliant. And a good example of adventures with no dialogue (I class escape games as adventures).

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Yay! Many congratulations cat and raeff and welcome to the world little Ada. May this be the beginning of a new fantastic adventure ;-D


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General Discussion / Re: Movie Suggestions?
« on: 17 Sep 2017, 22:18 »
Wow. This thread is old.

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The Rumpus Room / Re: What's on TV?
« on: 17 Sep 2017, 00:12 »
The Safecracker of Swan Lake

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Sorry it's a bit late.

The voting is over and the winner is.....
10 Ways From Sunday by HanaIndiana
Well done Hana. You'll be contacted soon about coming up with a theme for October's MAGS.

Congrats again.

@Tycho No need to 'pologize. We all get busy from time to time :-)

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The Rumpus Room / Re: What's on TV?
« on: 15 Sep 2017, 20:30 »
Bones?

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Hi Stu, is it possible to move the voting deadline for 24 hours? I'll have time tomorrow to play all of the games and cast my vote
Hi Brane. There's no way for me to extend the poll, unfortunately, but I hate to suppress anybody's vote so if you want I will add your vote to the official numbers.

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For Sam n Max I'd go for the World's Largest Ball of Twine.

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Last chance to getchya votes in. Please take a moment to rate and comment on the entries in their respective game pages if you have time. Thanks.

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How's things going? Do we have a contest?

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AGS Games in Production / Re: Journey Home
« on: 09 Sep 2017, 04:49 »
It looks and sounds great. I'll be keeping an eye on this one.

My only concern is these screenshots are super dark. I know it's supposed to be night but I have to squint even with my screen on full brightness.

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The Rumpus Room / Re: What's on TV?
« on: 06 Sep 2017, 23:35 »
The Omen
Damien

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The Rumpus Room / Re: What's your "Day Job"
« on: 06 Sep 2017, 03:30 »
I'm also in the EFL game. Since my post above I have come [back] to Japan and had two jobs, first as an assistant language teacher in two junior high schools and then as a teacher in an eikaiwa (English conversation school) which is ironic considering I am a terrible conversationalist.

I like the job though. Get to meet lots of interesting folks, including a member of AKB48. Just yesterday I taught a woman who is one of the top judges on the international figure-skating scene. Although equally there are some excruciating, boring-as-hell housewifes and salaryman who have nothing to talk about other than how much 'nothing special' they do between lessons.

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