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#249301 - 12/19/07 03:09 PM Re: Games you enjoyed that most people hated [Re: Jenny100]
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I think I will have to nominate Forever Worlds! The first time I started playing it I thought it was one of the worst games ever, but I couldn't finish it because my PC at the time didn't have anough memory. As soon as I got a new one I replayed it as I just had to find out where it went in the end! It was interesting enough to pursue although I have never quite fathomed it out! For me the game comes across as being quite well constructed, the puzzles aren't bad but just seems to function on a different plane of thought to most of us i.e. loopyland! lol

#249419 - 12/19/07 06:44 PM Re: Games you enjoyed that most people hated [Re: Marian]
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Originally Posted By: Marian
Arthur's Knights 1 and 2. Loved both of them. smile Unfortunately, they both seem to hate Windows XP and faster processors. sad

I liked those too, though they were a lot better on story than on gameplay. I remember Bradwen had an awful problem with doors.

#249534 - 12/19/07 10:33 PM Re: Games you enjoyed that most people hated [Re: Jenny100]
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I was always surprised that more people didn't like Starship Titanic, still my favorite game of all time. The Adams/Python humor with bots gone wrong, insane parrot, and touchy bomb still make me grin after several replays. To some, it was torture. To me, it was a hoot and a half! (Methinks it's time for another replay.)
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