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Background question #138742
02/17/05 03:21 AM
02/17/05 03:21 AM
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nickie Offline OP
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Being inquisitive like all adventurers, I'd love to hear what some of your favorite computer games are, Martin. Not that you have time to play them anymore!


"How could drops of water know themselves to be a river? Yet the river flows on."
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Re: Background question #138743
02/17/05 01:18 PM
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I must admit that I had more fun playing games whehn I wasn't a developer. It's hard for me to not play games with "analysis mode" switched on in my head.

I could list my favorite advenure games here (DOTT leads the list), but I think the games that impressed me most recently are Half-Life 2 and GTA:SA.

For very different reasons of course, and I cannot say I like what these game are about or what they have to say -- they are interesting because they create very interactive worlds.

That's something we should aim to translate to adventure games.

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