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Re: Old Computer Game situated mostly in the Himalyas sp? [Re: Laurette] #875504
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I was also going to suggest Schizm. There is a whole section in a temple in the mountains, where you have to play bells (prayer wheels) in a certain order to match the chant of the monks. There is also an incredibly difficult bridge puzzle where you have to lower it by sections to get to the other side. I guess there are a lot of older games that fit the description.

Re: Old Computer Game situated mostly in the Himalyas sp? [Re: Laurette] #875575
03/23/13 08:27 AM
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I've just bought Journeyman Project from GOG also. Looking forward to playing this game.
Thanks to Laurette, Greyfuss and Jenny 100 for bringing this to my attention.
Meryl

Re: Old Computer Game situated mostly in the Himalyas sp? [Re: meryl] #875595
03/23/13 10:55 AM
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SuMac, thank you for mentioning Schizm; there was another game I was trying to remember involving bells and a bridge, and Schizm was the one. Now I can stop trying to remember what it was. grin

Meryl and Bob, I hope you enjoy the game. wave

Re: Old Computer Game situated mostly in the Himalyas sp? [Re: Laurette] #875626
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Laurette, Beyond time?


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Created J.U.L.I.A.: Among the Stars, Serena, Vampires!, J.U.L.I.A., J.U.L.I.A. Untold, Ghost in the Sheet
Re: Old Computer Game situated mostly in the Himalyas sp? [Re: Laurette] #876020
03/25/13 04:54 PM
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Hey, didn't I suggest JP3 on GOG.com about half-way down the first page of replies? Oh well.

Re: Old Computer Game situated mostly in the Himalyas sp? [Re: gremlin] #876025
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Originally Posted By: gremlin
Sounds like Journeyman Project 3 to me. I'm pretty sure it's available on gog.com, and will work on Windows 7 too.


You were indeed the first gremlin! bravo

Ana wave


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Re: Old Computer Game situated mostly in the Himalyas sp? [Re: Laurette] #876043
03/25/13 07:54 PM
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Gremlin: I am SO sorry! I did mention I was fixated on the snow scene and didn't look hard enough at some of the responses. Your input is and was greatly appreciated.

BobH: Enjoy!

Last edited by Laurette; 03/25/13 07:56 PM.

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Re: Old Computer Game situated mostly in the Himalyas sp? [Re: Laurette] #876384
03/27/13 10:15 AM
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Oh My !!!!!!!! What great memories this thread offered for me. So many great games that were in the past that I had forgotten about. You are driving me to my old disc collection to reload some of them.

Been gameing for a long time and have gotten involved recently in the Hidden Object type and had neglected the older Adventure gems on my shelf. Thanks for bumping me out of my slumber.

All of you have a wonderful Easter. Enjoy family and the little ones. I will enjoy some of the greats who will stop by on their way to Oregon for a week at the beach.


Cherie
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