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Re: [vox] NT on the mainframe?

On Fri 09 May 03, 10:18 AM, Don Werve <donw@yosemite.examen.com> opined:
> On Fri, May 09, 2003 at 09:58:42AM -0700, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> > 
> > but i think i like the kitsch of "day of the tentacle", the mood of
> > "grim fandango" or the stealthy gameplay of "return to castle
> > wolfenstein" better.   ;)
> Generally speaking, *anything* written on the SCUMM engine was good --
> possibly excepting the Indiana Jones games.  Actually, I have a small
> hypothesis on that -- any game produced by LucasArts that *does not*
> correspond to a Lucasfilm project (Star Wares, Indiana Jones, etc.) will
> be good.
they all have nods to lucasfilms though.  it's fun to try to catch them.

> I'm younger, and I'm working on becoming a lawyer. *grin*  After I
> finish up my Anthropology degree, though.

in other words, if i come over to your house in 10 years, i'll be
reading the dr. dobbs sitting on your livingroom table...   :-P


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