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Intendant S last won the day on February 28 2016

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  1. You can catch me as serena.nelson.01 when I'm logged in.
  2. I hated Nemesis. Insurrection I could handle, but I'm not a fan myself. The last really good Trek film was First Contact.
  3. Yeah. I'm so glad to be a backer of that project. I loved the scene they shared.
  4. Sweet. I'll download it and give it a go when I get the chance.
  5. The tales of H.P. Lovecraft are timeless for those who enjoy a good horror story. And with good reason. His stories have inspired generations that have come after him just as Edgar Allan Poe had influenced his writing. Delving into many aspects of what makes a person lose their mind and drawing from their deepest, darkest fears is what brings people back to classics like the Cthulhu Mythos. And the latest game to tackle these themes is The Eldritch Cases: Dagon, an adventure game that sets its sights on one of the most iconic villages ever put to pen by the seminal author.
  6. Okay so today is the day! We're ready to release the game library to the public! The game library is an index of crowd funded adventure and RPG games we've come across since KickstartVentures started. We hope this allows you to either discover something new or get updates on a project you may have backed or known about anyway. The listing of games gives you the option to filter via release status and genre as well as searching for a specific game. Each game includes release platforms, screenshots, release dates, trailers and more. You'll be sure to discover something new looking through
  7. I was seriously surprised by how well Lilly Looking Through and Detective Grimoire were and they got a so little money from their Kickstarters. And I've been testing Quest for Infamy and it's shaping up to be a great game, too. And each of these titles only took in five digits each. It's hard for me to see how much Double Fine got and still had money issues, plus releasing IMHO a mediocre game.
  8. “In 1945 a group of captured soldiers were placed in a POW camp and told they would never escape. Using their specialist skills, these man promptly devised a plan to attempt their most daring breakout yet.” So if you can steal enough supplies, and sneak past the guards, and if you can get over the fence… maybe you’re ready for… The BREAKOUT!
  9. Dystopian and post-apocalyptic titles are pretty commonplace in media in any form, and with good reason. It takes a bleak look at what the future could hold for humanity should it ever stray towards the path of self-destruction. A warning letter to future generations to get their act together, if you will. And to stand out in the crowd you’d need to have some something unique to get people to take notice of it. Dead Syncrhonicity promises the standard trope and more. With a twist unlike any other that’s come before it.
  10. I'd be fine with a split down the middle like Broken Age or Broken Sword (talk about broken games. :P).
  11. You know, the Infocom game is what got me into the books. ;)
  12. I suggest you also look into playing what's been released for Phoenix Online's The Silver Lining series. They try to tie some of the backstory together, including Graham's first encounter with Valanice.
  13. I loved KQ2+, mostly for the expanded content and tieing the franchise together. It gave the Death Gem arc a particular breath of life (so to speak) and made the Count a much more interesting character than just staking the dude in the heart. Same with Neptune's realm.
  14. For that style of game, I'm rather partial towards Gone Home. That one really resonated with me. For obvious reasons.
  15. I grew up on parser games, so of course I'm gonna say that I love 'em. Particularly text adventures. My first games were Zork and King's Quest I EGA. That said, I also love point-and-click games. To me, an adventure game is an adventure game. The interface doesn't matter as long as the story is good.
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