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#796921 - 03/20/12 11:06 PM replaying older games
hamer Offline
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I have been replaying a lot of older games as everyone else seems to have been doing....I am trying to remember a couple but ...first one starts with these type of robot slodiers breaking down the door...I remeber art etc around....and it is almost a timed puzzle to get out of the room......2nd game was a small town that was weird.....a murder etc..magic......not much to go on...but that is all i remember....if anyone can help


thanx


Edited by hamer (03/21/12 12:08 AM)

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#796949 - 03/21/12 04:56 AM Re: replaying older games [Re: hamer]
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The first one sounds like Nikopol. Not sure about the second one. Shady Brook?
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#796973 - 03/21/12 06:41 AM Re: replaying older games [Re: Rushes]
hamer Offline
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Thanx Rushes....Nikopol was it...Shady Brook was another cool weird game i totally forgot about....but that wasnt it...from what I remember it was 3rd person....And looked small when you moved around the town....sort of like Everlight...if you know what I mean.......thanx again

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#843273 - 10/18/12 08:14 PM Re: replaying older games [Re: hamer]
hamer Offline
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Originally Posted By: hamer
2nd game was a small town that was weird.....a murder etc..magic......not much to go on...but that is all i remember....if anyone can help


i believe there is a body or skeleton you have to dig up in the town......lol i know this isnt much to go on at all


thanx

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#843286 - 10/18/12 08:45 PM Re: replaying older games [Re: hamer]
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Silverload?

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#843298 - 10/18/12 09:49 PM Re: replaying older games [Re: hamer]
hamer Offline
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Hi Jenny...I had to google that game..It wasnt as old as that one...but I am guessing within the last 10 yrs maybe....I have gone thru all the walkthroughs to see if i can find it...well not all of them....most of the ones Mag has done....but cant find it....It reminded me of everlight in the way the town was set up

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#843346 - 10/19/12 03:25 AM Re: replaying older games [Re: hamer]
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#843358 - 10/19/12 06:24 AM Re: replaying older games [Re: hamer]
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Not Harvester?
You would remember that I suspect!!
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#843486 - 10/19/12 03:31 PM Re: replaying older games [Re: hamer]
hamer Offline
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Hi Flotsam...not harvester...I do remember that....and not "what makes you tick"
but Becky I dont think I remember that one...I will have to look into that one.....

Thanx tho

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#843503 - 10/19/12 04:15 PM Re: replaying older games [Re: hamer]
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What's the idea behind all the ...... stuff?

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#843508 - 10/19/12 04:29 PM Re: replaying older games [Re: hamer]
Becky Offline
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An alternate form of punctuation? scared

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#843583 - 10/20/12 06:37 AM Re: replaying older games [Re: hamer]
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It won't catch on:-)

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#843659 - 10/20/12 05:34 PM Re: replaying older games [Re: hamer]
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#843664 - 10/20/12 06:57 PM Re: replaying older games [Re: hamer]
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I've been tempted to do something like that, being one of the typists who puts two spaces after a period and has to fight programs that always want to "correct" me and leave only one. I never can figure that out. It might make some sense in print to save paper, but on the Internet? What am I saving here? confused

Maybe I'll try a hyphen. -Like this. grin

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#843666 - 10/20/12 07:30 PM Re: replaying older games [Re: hamer]
Becky Offline
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I too was rigorously trained to type two spaces after a period. But if you do that in a document that's meant to be posted on the net (like a GameBoomers' review, for instance) it plays havoc with the margins.

You can find out more about ellipses here on Wikipedia. Apparently the traditional way to use them is to put a space before ... and after ... them. But I've read that it's becoming more common not to use the before/after space...because the spaces cause coding problems.

I have no idea why. Maybe an expert can explain it. grin

Are we off topic?

Maybe I should notify a moderator...

Maybe I should notify a moderator....

Which is correct? (This is a test.)


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