View Full Version : Anyone ever play these games?
06/11/2010, 01:57 am
Freeware games (Adventure Horror) (http://www.fullyramblomatic.com/games.htm) by one of my favorite game critics: Ben Croshaw aka Yahtzee
Personally, I only discovered them a few months ago, and when I thought about them, I had to put a thread out there to see if anyone else knew about them. I found them to be very old school adventure games (even with that old school style) with an interesting storyline.
06/12/2010, 11:39 pm
I haven't seen these before, but I'll definitely take a look.
Any website that claims it is akin to Bruce Campbell, is okay by me.
06/12/2010, 11:48 pm
Yes, everyone knows about them eventually. They're probably the best freeware adventure games out there. Trilby's Notes is one of my favorite video games of all time.
06/13/2010, 12:01 am
Yes, everyone knows about them eventually. They're probably the best freeware adventure games out there.QFT. They're awesome games.
06/13/2010, 12:44 am
Yeah I Played the first one from chzo mytos series 3 years ago, and although it had that old graphics and mood and 2 Midi songs, it totally freaked me out!
I couldn't continue playing the part that you had to find the father's body... :(
the story by the way was not entirely original, it was a mixture of a hunted house themed movie with "The Thing" which I didn't know by that time, but still, a great experience, I had little troubles on that body finding puzzle though ...
06/18/2010, 07:50 am
Yes. I love Art of Theft. The main series was okay too. Not a big 1213 fan, it got frustrating.
06/18/2010, 09:14 am
Yes. I love Art of Theft. The main series was okay too. Not a big 1213 fan, it got frustrating.I actually quite enjoyed 1213. It had echoes of Flashback, which I also enjoyed.
06/20/2010, 09:46 am
I actually quite enjoyed 1213. It had echoes of Flashback, which I also enjoyed.
I did like it enough to finish the series, but not to replay it (at least, after getting the secret ending)
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