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Cameron Files #137891
01/24/04 07:02 PM
01/24/04 07:02 PM
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Not related to Jack the Ripper, and it may be too late to ask anyway, but I was wondering if Galilea plans to continue the Cameron Files series. I was somewhat disappointed with Pharaoh's Curse, but I liked the Cameron character and thought the series had a lot of promise.

Re: Cameron Files #137892
01/25/04 11:28 AM
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So far the sales of this series has been disappointing, and though we already had the concept for two sequels we had to cancel. Maybe Cameron will rise again later, who knows ?

Re: Cameron Files #137893
01/25/04 11:36 AM
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Hi, Philippe!

I'm sorry to hear that because "Secret at Loch Ness" and "Pharoah's Curse" were two of my favorite games.

Susan

Re: Cameron Files #137894
01/25/04 01:56 PM
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Oh that is bad news. I also liked the series very much. Cameron was one of the few unique gaming figures to originate in quite a while. I was looking forward to his further adventures. frown

Here's hoping that the future will breathe life back into the series.





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01/25/04 03:10 PM
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I liked Loch Ness a lot (except for the timed underwater stuff).
I was hoping to see more games with Cameron exploring old haunted castles and that sort of thing.

Re: Cameron Files #137896
01/26/04 03:30 AM
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That IS bad news! frown I really liked the ghostie stuff with Loch Ness, and enjoyed playing PC even more (just wish it had been longer).


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Re: Cameron Files #137897
01/26/04 01:58 PM
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Loved Loch Ness; well Pharoh's Curse not so much because of the over used Egypt factor.

Let's get back to the Irish or English countryside and explore those haunted castles and moors.


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Re: Cameron Files #137898
02/06/04 12:28 PM
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Darn it! I like Alan Parker Cameron and wish he'd continue with his adventures also!

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