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#913046 - 09/10/13 08:46 PM Re: Amnesia the Dark Descent [Re: Smokey3869]
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Oh, my... you have so much more to look forward to - or dread - yet! Make sure you search everything for lamp oil! You're going to need it.
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#913062 - 09/10/13 11:46 PM Re: Amnesia the Dark Descent [Re: Smokey3869]
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Haven't found any yet.

Right now I'm deep into some pretty nasty scary stuff in Half Life 2. I guess it's my month for scary games.
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#913065 - 09/10/13 11:57 PM Re: Amnesia the Dark Descent [Re: Smokey3869]
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Getting tuned up for Halloween! We are gearing up for the Halloween Fall Tournament over at Mystery Manor if you want to be scared in a much different way! LadyK posted something in the Adventure Games forum here at GB.
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#913586 - 09/13/13 05:33 PM Re: Amnesia the Dark Descent [Re: Smokey3869]
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I finished Dark Descent a while ago and am now playing Amnesia a machine for Pigs. A Machine for Pigs is very similar to Dark Descent but a little easier. If you like Dark Descent you will like A Machine for Pigs.

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#940459 - 02/15/14 05:48 PM Re: Amnesia the Dark Descent [Re: Smokey3869]
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I started this game months ago, but got sidetracked. I've just started it up again, and my original game is gone, all the saves, and the only option I have is to start a new game. Is this a normal feature of the game? Did I somehow get timed out?

Edit: I should have said that I never uninstalled the game or deleted any files, just didn't play for a while.


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#940463 - 02/15/14 06:01 PM Re: Amnesia the Dark Descent [Re: Smokey3869]
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Hagatha, I have no idea, but must say it seems very strange. Are you playing through steam? Do you want me to move this to glitches?
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#940468 - 02/15/14 06:11 PM Re: Amnesia the Dark Descent [Re: Smokey3869]
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I'm trying to remember, but I think when I reinstalled the game on a new hard drive, my old saves were still all there. But I was playing through Steam, so maybe that had something to do with it. I know I went back to it after several months and my saves were there too.
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#940505 - 02/15/14 08:14 PM Re: Amnesia the Dark Descent [Re: Smokey3869]
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Hm. I guess there's only the one save, though, because now that I'm playing the only way I can save the game is by "Save and Exit," or is there another way?

I played for a while with the sound way down and actually blundered right INTO one of the monsters...which promptly disappeared. Is that normal?
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#940526 - 02/15/14 10:57 PM Re: Amnesia the Dark Descent [Re: Smokey3869]
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No, that's the only way it saves... assuming my rememberer is working correctly.

Yikes! I've accidentally blundered into the monsters when I turned around and was immediately killed!
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#940621 - 02/16/14 02:35 PM Re: Amnesia the Dark Descent [Re: Smokey3869]
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Okay.

Well, I guess I must have blundered into that monster just as it was disappearing.

Anyway, this game is seriously scared and eek but at the same time evil thumbsup.
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#940647 - 02/16/14 05:27 PM Re: Amnesia the Dark Descent [Re: Smokey3869]
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My thoughts exactly, hagtha!
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#940650 - 02/16/14 05:55 PM Re: Amnesia the Dark Descent [Re: Smokey3869]
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I've also worked out why my game save was gone -- there wasn't one. After I started my new game and began wandering around, I kept asking myself why none of it was even remotely familiar, and then I realized that I had been playing Justine, previously, and not the main game.

So far, I've only actually seen three monsters. I hear them all the time, but I tend to just keep moving around. I guess I've been lucky. Anyway, there's one prowling around now. I haven't been able to work out how long to stay hidden, but I guess it will become clear.
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#940653 - 02/16/14 06:57 PM Re: Amnesia the Dark Descent [Re: Smokey3869]
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Well, that would explain it! The sound is key to knowing when they leave.
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#940663 - 02/16/14 08:10 PM Re: Amnesia the Dark Descent [Re: Smokey3869]
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Ack ack ack ack ack ack things in the water argh argh argh...
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#940666 - 02/16/14 08:39 PM Re: Amnesia the Dark Descent [Re: Smokey3869]
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Naaaassssty things in the water... You will have certain "items" to distract the nasty things in the water in the last room. That is, assuming you survive long enough!
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