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Posted at 13:01 on April 5th, 2019 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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Not at all! Yours was good, too. It's always fun to see what others think about these games.
Posted at 18:56 on March 29th, 2019 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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Great review SB1988!

Hopefully my timing didn't ruin your (much better) version...
Posted at 14:51 on March 22nd, 2019 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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Roberta Williams is best known for her work on the groundbreaking King's Quest series, which helped define the point-and-click adventure genre of the '80s and '90s. But while she is well remembered for her contributions to fantasy, she got her start with a murder mystery. That game, 1980's Mystery House, was one of first ever computer games to feature illustrated graphics. Nine years later, she took a break from Daventry and returned to her mystery roots with a far more elaborate title, The Colonel's Bequest.


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Posted at 19:57 on March 19th, 2019 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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What’s up with the testosterone overdose in Sierra games? Most of their games only have playable male characters. There are some exceptions of course, like King's Quest IV, in which you control Princess Rosella, as well as several Leisure Suit Larry games, in which you can control (although briefly) Passionate Patti. Luckily this time, Sierra sure managed to please the ladies! It’s high time for some additional girl power with this mystery detective adventure game called The Colonel's Bequest.


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