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tomimt last won the day on April 7 2016

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  1. @grumpygamer Congrats, @thimbleweedpark is one of the funniest games I've played in ages.

  2. @TimOfLegend Well, it's said that cannibalism is what holy men do, so I guess it depends. Then again, you're a game dev...

  3. Tides of Numenera is a good game. Not as good as Planescape, but still good. #TormentTidesOfNumenera

  4. The Last Door games are pretty great retro themed, Lovecraft influenced gems. #horror #adventures #Lovecraft

  5. @imdb now that you've shutdown the message board I have no way of knowing why an episode of a series or a movie I liked sucked.

  6. As far the stories of Robert E. Howard go, A Gent From Bear Creek wasn't for me.

  7. @PekkaRuuska @magento They just want to know that you downloaded it securely. Otherwise it wouldn't be a security patch.

  8. @RMichaelauthor I had the same problem. It sat on my hard disk for months on end between my intervals from playing it. I

  9. You know, Cary Elwes sprung just into my mind. He did fantastic job in Bard's Tale as a sarcastic, snarky bard. His voice work managed to rise a mediocre action RPG into an enjoyable experience.
  10. Personally I'd choose someone with their own persnality in the voice rather than "sound a like". The problem with people why kinda like sound or try to imitate some one is, that more often than not you'll soon notice that the person isn't doing something that he can naturally do for hours. There's always some ques, words or pharses where the vocie snaps off for a moment. I really liked the guy who did narration for Larry Reloaded. It was at the same time in line with LSL7, but it also was its own thing.
  11. The communication from the devs to backers has been always a bit of a blind spot with SpaceVenture. When they had more frequent communication their updates tended to be nothing at all, now with less frequent communication they to tend to show more things, but alas I still couldn't tell WHERE the project is actually going and in WHAT state it really is. In comparision to the brilliant communication in Thimbleweed Park and Ron Gilbert, SpaceVenture is a huge question mark for me. The way Thimbleweed communication goes I have a pretty clear image of what they do, why they do it, in what state the game planning is, how the engine is developed, how the scene wireframing is progressing etc. There where the Guys have hard time updating once in a couple of months Ron, Gary and David have time to do two meaty updates a week. But that's propably because Ron seems to be VERY organized person.
  12. That does suck. Personally my own recollection of his acting comes pretty much from Space Quest narrations, but that was enough to make me exited from him returning to narrate SpaceVenture. He had a great voice and a great comedic timing.
  13. Fried Gorn on a stick "Sometimes you just can't beat a good gorn" Hutt Hooch "Every thirst needs to be exstinguished" Wookie Whopper-meal combo "for that LARGE apetite" Spice crust Dune pie "Arrakis Mom & Pop bakeries" Treverser Hothouse special "From Aldiss Gardens to your plate"
  14. The Ring of Fire "Hotter than Ortega" Xenomorph Slice with Sticky cheese "rib bustingly good" IT came from the kitchen-surprise platter "prepare for the experience of the lifetime" Gort Giblets "Even we were surprised it had any" Klaatu Clams "Depending on the vintage, they might be wooden" Brundle Wings "For every flyboy" Ceno Bites "There's no party without Ceno Bite"
  15. Personally I don't like Twitter. I find the converstions to be much harder to follow than even in KS page, which is shitty as well. And I really don't follow Facebook that much either these days. I only check what my fiends and family members are up to, but anything else, I just don't can't muster that much interest anymore in FB.