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The Blackwell series / Re: Bestowers of Eternity
« on: September 15, 2014, 12:52:40 PM »
Well, maybe not erased, but how about lost? That might be just as good.

The Blackwell series / Re: Trying to buy Blackwell Epiphany
« on: September 15, 2014, 12:45:57 PM »
Hi flesk,
   Thanks for helping me with this very detailed explanation of the Humble link. My link doesn't have that middle white bar with the download button, there's a small white plain bar about a half-inch long instead and then the third bar with the Humble Store settings. It does have the top white bar with the click-here-for-steam-key message.
   So, something isn't working correctly ... is it my email program, or the Humble link is wrong, or my computer being too old ... or maybe all three?

The Blackwell series / Re: Trying to buy Blackwell Epiphany
« on: September 14, 2014, 12:03:56 PM »
Thanks, Yuri,
   for your help. I'm trying but nothing seems to work. When I tried to login I was able to enter my email address, but when I went to "forgot password?" I reached a "sign in" page, but there wasn't anything I could do there. I couldn't click on anything or type anything. The email from the Humble Store said to contact them if I had problems, but when I went to Humble and clicked on Humble Store all I got was a link to some free Warlock game. I'm not interested in any free games, or Warlock games, or any Bundles which seem to go all the way up to Bundle12. Looks like I'm finding everything but Blackwell Epiphany.

The Blackwell series / Re: Trying to buy Blackwell Epiphany
« on: September 12, 2014, 04:17:27 PM »
Hi Yuri,
I went to the link but it asks me to login, and I'm not a member.  So, do I have to sign up before I can get the game? I've already paid for it, that's how I got the steam link.

The Blackwell series / Trying to buy Blackwell Epiphany
« on: September 11, 2014, 08:02:20 PM »
I have tried twice to buy Blackwell Epiphany and all I get is an email link to Humble something and then a link to steam. I don't have a steam key and I don't want one. I want to buy the game some other way, not using steam. Is that possible?

The Blackwell series / Re: 4th Blackwell game?
« on: July 03, 2011, 11:02:49 AM »
Oh great! I have to laugh at Rosa talking to the police officer ... I can almost see the scene already, it's so Rosa. Frankly, I was beginning to lose interest in Blackwell as the waiting stretched on, but now I'm back with it again. Thanks.

Gemini Rue / Re: Speech only option
« on: June 10, 2011, 07:02:36 PM »
I like both voice and subtitles in adventure games, as they reinforce each other. The voice helps me to read faster and the subtitles help me to hear better. I need all the help I can get! But maybe being 87 years old has something to do with it, do you think?

Other Games / Re: Need help with IBI and Ultrabot
« on: September 06, 2010, 07:23:02 PM »
I finished playing Puzzle Bots this morning with the help of the Blog Walkthrough at BFG, and I must say, this was a really neat game. It did start out slowly for me, but then those fantastic robots started to get to me and I ended up being quite addicted to their adventure. Now that it is over I want more of the same so I will be looking out for more games from Erin, right along with more Blackwell games!
Too many games these days seem to be so dark and dreary with all sense of adventure being lost. Creepy scenes and noises do not an adventure make! Not for me, at any rate.

Other Games / Re: Need help with IBI and Ultrabot
« on: September 05, 2010, 07:52:06 PM »
I managed to find a walkthrough at BigFish Games so I was able to remove the tooth and carry on with the game. Thanks anyway.

Other Games / Need help with IBI and Ultrabot
« on: September 05, 2010, 04:14:24 PM »
I'm in the scene with Ibi and the rotten tooth and I can't get Ibi to remove it. Ultrabot is there and Ibi can tow him and I figure he should be able to help somehow, but haven't figured out how. I'm really stuck and have run out of ideas to even try anything. Help, help!

The Blackwell series / Re: Question for the fans!
« on: August 23, 2010, 12:30:31 PM »
Works fine for me...I'm so ready to start clicking away. I want to see what the sign says and check out those mailboxes and stuff, then go up those stairs, of course. This is truly great news, another Blackwell game, something I was afraid might never happen.

The Blackwell series / Re: Question for the fans!
« on: August 20, 2010, 12:48:07 PM »
Another Blackwell game! I'm on cloud 9 from finding this out just now, hard to type but I'll try. Make it your way, Dave. I still remember how I was "wowed by a screenshot" from The Blackwell Legacy and I have remained wowed by everything Blackwell to this day. This is the best news I've read this year. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

Chit Chat! / Re: Per Twitter-Isometric RPG games
« on: October 06, 2009, 09:25:12 PM »
About RPG It's the RP that I don't like, so no matter how good it is, it just isn't for me. Adventure is something that moves along, whereas role playing gets boring as improving skills (fighting, stealing, spells, whatever) gets monotonous. There is nothng to be curious about in improving a skill, it just takes practice and what can be more boring than that? I admit to being an under-achiever who is willing to just get by. Although I'm getting good at being a kleptomaniac and taking everything that isn't nailed down for inventory, but that's fun and the curiosity factor is very high since who knows how it will be used and better yet, takes no real skill. I also never pay attention to the score in games that have them and I never play a game over to get better at it.

Chit Chat! / Re: Per Twitter-Isometric RPG games
« on: September 30, 2009, 03:45:31 PM »
Oh my, not exactly cute, is he? I might be able to get past that, but the gameplay with lots of choices and different directions is not for me. I have a hard time making choices of any kind. I prefer strictly linear games with the choices already built into the game. I don't mind if one can explore and do things in no particular order as long as it all comes together with only one end. So I do think this game would overwhelm me way too much, even more than Aveyond.
I'm not sure I play a game for the story, graphics, places (although I do prefer games with more outdoor scenes than indoors, feels more adventurous moving on paths rather than hallways) or anything one can truly explain. It's an inner something that is either there or not there and I have no idea what it is, I just know when I feel it. I suppose that's why scary, horror games don't attrack me, the feel is all wrong for me.
But Joey is a joy! I still recall that first screen shot with Joey and Rosa in the park trying to help that lost ghost that made me want to play The Blackwell Legacy then and there. It said something to me and I was hooked, just that fast. Love at first sight? Does that count for a game?

Chit Chat! / Re: Per Twitter-Isometric RPG games
« on: September 29, 2009, 06:36:59 PM »
Aw shucks! I can't join y'all as I totally do not like RPG/Action type of games. Way back I tried some early Quest for Glory (Sierra) adventures and didn't even finish them. Then in June of this year, I tried to play Aveyond:Lord of the Twilight because the graphics were so great and so was Mel, but the fighting in the mine did me in. Left that scene and tried to go elsewhere in the game, but now the fighting seemed to be everywhere and getting harder. So, very reluctantly, I quit. The adventure part of the game was a pure joy however and I have fond memories of Mel. If only it had been straight adventure, but those are the breaks. I hope you get to do whatever you want with the isometric (huh?) RPG stuff, Dave, but sorry, count me out!

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