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Do it, Telltale. Get the rights, sign on Jason Alexander and Gregg Berger, make a series, and have us all be asked what the he'll we're staring at.

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  • If my memory is correct, there was already a Duckman adventure game.

  • Speaking of Jason Alexander, I always wanted a Seinfeld adventure game.

    Because the series revolves around social etiquette and manners it'd be quite natural to have ridiculous adventure game style puzzle solutions as opposed to the brute force approach in other genres.

    Though there'll never ever be a Seinfeld game :(

  • @JedExodus said: Speaking of Jason Alexander, I always wanted a Seinfeld adventure game.

    Because the series revolves around social etiquette and manners it'd be quite natural to have ridiculous adventure game style puzzle solutions as opposed to the brute force approach in other genres.

    Though there'll never ever be a Seinfeld game :(

    Hah! Whenever I'm playing an adventure game and the character is like "I can't do because it always strains my suspension of disbelief, but you're totally right, that sort of self-doubt and arbitrary limitation would fit in pretty hilariously in the Seinfeld universe.

  • @Leplaya said: If my memory is correct, there was already a Duckman adventure game.

    There were also Tales of Monkey Island and Sam & Max games before TTG came along, but that didn't stop them from releasing ToMI and S&M Seasons 1, 2, and 3.

  • @JedExodus said: Speaking of Jason Alexander, I always wanted a Seinfeld adventure game.

    Because the series revolves around social etiquette and manners it'd be quite natural to have ridiculous adventure game style puzzle solutions as opposed to the brute force approach in other genres.

    Though there'll never ever be a Seinfeld game :(

    Use - fishing pole - with - window
    Use - marble rye - with - fish hook

    Yeah, I could see it.

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