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Your most replayed game. #247528
12/16/07 04:14 PM
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I know that a lot of Boomers have said in the passed that they
don't replay games.
I was not one of them.When i fly, with the long airport
waits and flights i like to play a game that i don't have to
strain my little brain on ,but that i still enjoy the
puzzles and scenery.
Sometimes i play them after a new game that reminded
me of that game.
Sometimes i just want see and old friend like Manny .
What game do you play over most often?
I play Riven maybe twice a year.I play URU at least once a year.
I replay Sanitarium,Syberias,Blackstone Chronicles and many others.

My most replayer games has to be RIVEN....thanks Ron.

Re: Your most replayed game. [Re: ron.etti] #247555
12/16/07 04:51 PM
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Ron, I always intend to replay games, but I find that I'm always being seduced by new games, or casual games, or console games. But someday............


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Re: Your most replayed game. [Re: looney4labs] #247567
12/16/07 05:07 PM
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I replay most of my games at least once. I've played Sherlock Holmes: The Case of the Silver Earring 4 times now. I'm just starting to get the hang of those wretched quizzes at the end of each chapter - practice makes perfect. lol

Black Mirror and Dracula Resurrection are another couple of favourites (3 times each), and I'm thinking of replaying Still Life for the 3rd time over the Christmas holidays. Yeah, it will happen. wink

These games carry a feelgood vibe for me, it's a pleasure to revisit them all.


"Bleat, Watson -- unmitigated bleat!" ~ Sherlock Holmes
Re: Your most replayed game. [Re: looney4labs] #247571
12/16/07 05:09 PM
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Myst, in all it's myriad versions -- many many times
Uru -- 4 times (3 replays)
Myst III -- 3 times (2 replays)
Shivers -- 4 times (3 replays)
TLJ -- 3 times (2 replays)
and there are lots of games I played twice, and some I played more than once for review purposes.

Re: Your most replayed game. [Re: Jenny100] #247589
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smile I have had URU loaded on my computer for about six years now. I revisit and replay parts of it often. I suppose I've replayed Drowned God about five times.


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Re: Your most replayed game. [Re: The Haze] #247598
12/16/07 06:02 PM
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lol Have you seen my to be played list??


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Re: Your most replayed game. [Re: Winfrey] #247612
12/16/07 06:36 PM
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Journeyman Project 3.

Re: Your most replayed game. [Re: Duststorm] #247625
12/16/07 07:17 PM
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I can't count how many times I played Grim Fandango and laughed like a loon each time. It won't play now on my new equipment as well as many others I've loved. Teddo


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Re: Your most replayed game. [Re: Teddo] #247685
12/16/07 09:25 PM
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My favorite game of all times is Under A Killing Moon and I replay it at least twice a year. I still have my old W95 set up so I don't have to worry about reconfiguration to play it on my WXP that I use to play my newer games.


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Currently playing The Moment Of Silence
Re: Your most replayed game. [Re: lexxy] #247700
12/16/07 10:28 PM
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I remember replaying And Then There Were None, Still Life, Moment Of Silence and Syberia/Syberia II.


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Re: Your most replayed game. [Re: ron.etti] #247702
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"The Moment of Silence." It is such a dense game, that replaying it is like rereading a wonderful novel.


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Re: Your most replayed game. [Re: Gobobby] #247713
12/16/07 11:21 PM
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welcome Gobobby.


Re: Your most replayed game. [Re: MaG] #247715
12/16/07 11:27 PM
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Hi smile

I've played many games two or three times or more but Monkey Island II is the one I have replayed the most grin

What a great game bravo bravo

Cheers.

Mad happydance


Time : The Most Precious Commodity
Re: Your most replayed game. [Re: Mad] #247726
12/17/07 12:45 AM
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Riddle of the Sphnix, the first three Broken Swords,Timescape and Messenger. Always back to the old ones. I guess you would call it eyecandy.

Rereading all of Clive Cussler's books.

Re: Your most replayed game. [Re: ssgamer] #247746
12/17/07 02:27 AM
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Pandora's Box is rarely off my machine.

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Re: Your most replayed game. [Re: ssgamer] #247747
12/17/07 02:29 AM
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For me it has been The Last Express and Titanic: Adventure Out of Time. Like Gobobby said, it's like rereading a great book.

I've also replayed the three Agatha Christie games and the old Sierra Quest Series.


"An eye for an eye only ends up making the whole world blind."

Mohandas Gandhi
Re: Your most replayed game. [Re: Adam Beals] #247754
12/17/07 04:03 AM
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I've replayed TLJ, Syberia 1 & 2, Zork Nemesis and Keepsake...


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but who you have in your life that counts." puppy

I'm not getting old....just 'Marvelously Mature'! grin
Re: Your most replayed game. [Re: gremlin] #247969
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Scrabble... but that's not an adventure game. Thanks to Chief, I've been a frequent casual game player at All-Star Puzzles.

I'm a little like L4L.. being seduced by new games... finish one, tear open the next, & so on. lol Other than that, I don't know why I don't replay them. Part of it may be an unfounded assumption that I'll get bored with traipsing through known territory... even though I know that the non-linear quality of games would give me different experiences. Okay, so maybe I'm a LOT seduced by new games. If I did replay, I'd visit Golden Gate again; pop back in to Manny's world; escape from Horrorland again; rebuild & investigate a Wrebbit puzzle environment... Geez, there are so many. Well.... one day... one day wink


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Re: Your most replayed game. [Re: Carrie] #248253
12/17/07 07:42 PM
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Syberia 1 & 2, Black Mirror, all have been played 2 or 3 times. All of the CSI's have been played at least 3 or 4 times.


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Re: Your most replayed game. [Re: gremlin] #248718
12/18/07 02:15 PM
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I replay Riven, Exile, Tex Murphy: The Direcitve Pandora, Oversser and Syberia 2.


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Re: Your most replayed game. [Re: Phoebe] #248813
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Mine is Amerzone. Next would be Syberia.

Amerzone is a fun game that won't strain your brain *much*.

Linda wave


So many games, so little time.
Re: Your most replayed game. [Re: raylinstephens] #248909
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My son is 9 and for the last three years we started reading Myst: The book of Tiana, then we read Myst: The Book of Atrus, then we play RealMyst, and then Riven. We usually start in late September and finish Riven in December. It's cool to read the story and then feel like your in the sequels.


What do you see Crispeto? I see URU Live!
Re: Your most replayed game. [Re: crispeto] #248925
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There are just waaaayyyy too many games on my "to be played" shelf to even THINK about replaying a game!! I do want to play Black Mirror again one of these days, though.

Dawn :grinch:

Re: Your most replayed game. [Re: dmtomchick] #248928
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It would have to be Dark Fall for me.

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Re: Your most replayed game. [Re: Phoebe] #249271
12/19/07 03:41 PM
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Monkey Island series
Discworld Noir
Tex Murphy series
Space Quest series

I miss not being able to look forward to a new adventure with Guybrush or Tex or Roger Wilco. Poor Lewton only had the one adventure. I keep wishing for a Discworld Noir 2.


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