Thank you for an informative and humorous thread.
I'm lucky that I'm retired, but have my dogs and my games. I don't have to juggle time and admire those that still do and are doing a fine job of it.
The games help alleviate the times I begin to feel totally bored, such as in poor weather. I'm not an avid gamer and some games are quite enjoyable but times they just don't click as to what's next. I would give up on them if there were no resources to go to; it would have then lost it's entertainment value and like Ana said, I don't like wandering in the same old scenerio day after day. Thus, walkthroughs, hints, and many times deep pondering; of course I do try to ponder a lot before seeking help.
Now see, you folks got me totally side-tracked; stopped at this forum for the desert island, then forgot about it.
Edited by 3dobermans (01/01/08 10:05 AM)
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