I recall being a lot more frustrated originally because of the pixel-perfection required for some of the solutions. Maybe those were the less elegant ones?
Never heard of this before. Seems to be a more in depth ZZT with RPG elements, and of course the rogue-like features. Will need to check it out, thanks!
Descent was great but I couldn’t imagine not playing it without my flightstick!
The games (Sierra *quest that is) certainly didn’t have a problem killing you. It’s easy to save these days, no swapping out floppy disks!
This game was not good. The tiny field of view and the controls were not great. The jumping just felt so “off”.
If I put as much study into my school work that I did figuring out the answers to all the age quiz questions at the beginning I would be in a different profession now.
Day of the Tentacle is probably my favorite of all the Lucasarts adventure games. The way the timelines intertwined for puzzle solving was just incredible. Sam and Max was a REALLY close second.
I remember playing this and Blake Stone around the same time and I really enjoyed Blake Stone a lot more. Maybe it was just the Sci-fi theme but the weapons and aliens I enjoyed a lot more.