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I'm surprised by the anger toward Latha and her reaction to Regis: the man who tried to KILL her! Personally I wouldn't be too quick to see his side of things either, and Regis lets her rant and takes it like a father would if he truly loved his daughter. He knows it will take time to work everything out. Or is it just me who knows time heals?

Chit Chat! / Re: Wonderings from a long-time adventure gamer
« on: June 12, 2015, 04:54:32 PM »
I'm going to ramble on for a bit here and start by saying I also recall telling a pirate that he fights like a cow and as for Fate of Atlantis, I played the 3 paths twice each for a total of 6 times and what I remember best is not the pixels or the art, but the ADVENTURE of the game! The fun of finding out what happened next. The joy of something unexpected that suprised me and/or made me laugh. I don't think I'm too old to still get a kick out of games like that.

Chit Chat! / Re: After Technobabylon
« on: May 21, 2015, 06:56:58 PM »
OK, Dave,
I do remember it was just to be funny, but I still thought at the time that it had possibilities! I think maybe I still do, silly me! Anyway, I never knew about the goddess or the guy in prison so didn't realize it was a running April Fools thing.
Hmmm, an adventure game about a guy in prison ... I guess it would have to be about escaping?

Chit Chat! / Re: After Technobabylon
« on: May 19, 2015, 08:01:43 PM »
Hmmm, Dave, I seem to recall another Cool Idea you had way back when I was playing The Shivah and before the Blackwell series. Remember, The Shiver? And the cute little sprite ... I think it was a penguin, but I'm not sure. I always thought that would have made a neat game, which is why I still remember it, although after all this time, I wonder if you do?

Technobabylon / Re: Technobabylon
« on: May 19, 2015, 07:50:02 PM »
Oh I'm so sorry, but my Technobabylon Demo thread has somehow landed here by mistake. I have actually managed to finish the Demo and am eagerly waiting for the full game!

Chit Chat! / Re: After Technobabylon
« on: May 17, 2015, 03:25:12 PM »
I just now checked out the link to Shardlight and I must say the screenshots were very, very interesting and I'm already liking Amy and the game.

Technobabylon / Re: Technobabylon Demo
« on: May 17, 2015, 12:41:55 PM »
I'm sorry, Nathan, I didn't mean to post any spoilers, but I got so carried away by what was happening. Just now finished the demo and ... not to say too much, I will be buying the game, that's for sure!

Technobabylon / Re: Technobabylon Demo
« on: May 16, 2015, 08:27:01 PM »
Got out of the room when I actually used the malware and Cheffie went bonkers! Now I'm with Lao and Regis and checking on a body that fell from above right before my eyes and totally scared me. It was so sudden. Not stuck, yet.

Technobabylon / Re: Technobabylon Demo
« on: May 16, 2015, 04:35:28 PM »
I've right- and left-clicked on everything and I've tried everything in the inventory everywhere I could and getting nowhere. When in a Trance there is a News icon and when I click on it I get the words "News feed" but nothing else happens. I can reach Cheffie, and talk with her, but that's it. I'm trying to get a metal utensil, but only plastic is allowed. When I try the trophy on the wetware still it says that it is just a tin cup and nothing happens. The still is growing something, but doesn't seem to do anything else, so maybe I'm missing something here?

Technobabylon / Technobabylon Demo
« on: May 15, 2015, 06:02:10 PM »
I downloaded the demo today and am ssstuck already! Can't get door open and out of ideas to try. Any help would be appreciated.

Technobabylon / Re: Technobabylon Demo
« on: May 15, 2015, 04:49:31 PM »
Downloaded demo today and looking for help already! I've tried everything I can think of and can't get girl out of room. Any ideas?

The Blackwell series / Re: Trying to buy Blackwell Epiphany
« on: October 16, 2014, 08:10:17 PM »
Finished playing Blackwell Epiphany and am having a very, very hard time saying goodbye to Rosa and Joey. It was one great end game!
Many thanks to everyone who had a hand in making the whole Blackwell adventure. I was hooked on it from the day when I first saw a screenshot of a scene in a park with a lonely, weeping ghost sitting on a bench. There was a girl and a ghost trying to comfort her. I saw that scene and I immediately thought "I have to buy that game just as soon as I find it." I didn't know the title or anything whatsoever about the game at that point in time, but I really knew even that early that it would be a great game. And I was so right! And then there were 4 more games to go, how great was that?

The Blackwell series / Re: Trying to buy Blackwell Epiphany
« on: September 26, 2014, 04:12:10 PM »
Hi flesk,
  Yes, Dave certainly did, and I'm one happy camper ... uh, make that a happy gamer and Blackwell fan. So great seeing Rosa and Joey again!

The Blackwell series / Re: Trying to buy Blackwell Epiphany
« on: September 20, 2014, 07:49:37 PM »
This will be my final post on buying Blackwell Epiphany and the ending is good because Dave really went all out and emailed me a direct link to the game. So no more looking for dnld buttons. The game is now installed and I can go straight to my Start menu and click on it. I have been having a great time playing it. Rosa and Joey are so good together.
Once again, many thanks for all the help.

The Blackwell series / Re: Trying to buy Blackwell Epiphany
« on: September 16, 2014, 07:27:56 PM »
Many thanks, flesk, Yuri,
   for all the help. I feel like I'm in my own adventure game, you know, The Quest for Blackwell Epiphany. And I met 2 very helpful characters on my journey.
   Sorry, flesk, but I'm not computer-savvy enough to know if I have Firefox or not. I did have it at one time, but I seem to recall dropping it. In any case, I never change anything that has to do with the inner workings of my computer as I'm always afraid I will do the wrong thing and delete something that makes the computer work.
   Now I'm going to go directly to the guy responsible for all this, Dave Gilbert himself. It is all due to his great Blackwell Series that I am in this fix in the first place. Any other game and I would not have bothered with it. I have tried to forget it, in fact, but it is no use trying to talk myself out of playing yet one more Blackwell game. After which I will probably cry for days.
   I always cry when something good comes to an end and I don't want it to stop ... games, books, movies, tv series, and when my husband sold his last motorcycle. (I enjoyed riding in the buddy seat so much that it was hard giving it up, let me tell you.)

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