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#29043 - 02/27/07 12:14 PM Re: Games w/ "Books" In Them
ma5icshell Offline
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Catbelly36, I just finished Scratches. Lot's of reading in this game. But beware, super scary toooooo! scared
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#29044 - 02/27/07 02:47 PM Re: Games w/ "Books" In Them
Tracy Offline
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Registered: 02/19/06
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Wow, you guys are SO great! Thank you SO much for the wonderful ideas!

I made a long post responding to each and every one of you, but the site wouldn't accept it saying that I had "too many images" in my post. Since I can't thank you all individually the way I wanted to, I will just say that I appreciate all of you and your help. There isn't a better, more informed, more generous group of people on the internet than you guys and I'm so glad to be a part of this site. smile

Hugs and thanks all around,
Cat, who is off on a game-aquiring mission now that she has SO many wonderful ideas!
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#29045 - 02/27/07 03:54 PM Re: Games w/ "Books" In Them
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Hi Catbelly....Oakhaven has books you have to read and also in Atlantis 5 I think you read some books rotfl


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#29046 - 02/27/07 04:06 PM Re: Games w/ "Books" In Them
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I would also recommend Daemonica, which has lots and lots to read. I thought the story was very interesting and loved the medieval setting and storyline. There is a teeny tiny bit of combat in it, so teeny that it's hardly worth mentioning, and I would consider it to be very much an adventure game. wave

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#29047 - 03/02/07 11:02 AM Re: Games w/ "Books" In Them
Tracy Offline
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Thanks Auntiegram and Marian! I appreicate the great ideas! smile

Cat
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#29048 - 03/02/07 07:09 PM Re: Games w/ "Books" In Them
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Registered: 05/10/03
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Gabriel Knight 2 has lots of werewolf goodness in written form.

Cathy wave
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#29049 - 03/03/07 03:41 AM Re: Games w/ "Books" In Them
Tracy Offline
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Thanks Cathy! I haven't played GK 2 yet...that's definitely going on my list! smile

Cat
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