|Tameriaen - 2009-01-20 |
It's no maniac mansion, but at least there were riddles.
|ProfessorChaos - 2009-01-20 |
In all fairness, running from Pan Galactic Gargle Blasters may be wiser then drinking them.
|boner - 2009-01-20 |
5 stars because I kept trying to make games like this.
|Tetsuo - 2009-01-20 |
Hugo III: Jungle of Doom was the first adventure game I ever played, way back on my IBM PS/2. I never could figure out how to fix the vine bridge in the beginning so it wouldn't fuck me later on.
|UnderANeonHalo - 2009-01-20 |
Those are some pretty random questions.
They struck me as a lot more "nerdy" than "adventurous"
Goddamnit! I could never get all the questions.
And the next and last step was to just give a dude a coin?!?
Fuck you, you underground cave-dwelling fishing piece of shit.
|themilkshark - 2009-01-20 |
I played this as a kid. I couldn't get past the mummy. I'm glad I didn't, the ending sucked ass.
|cognitivedissonance - 2009-01-20 |
This game was my favorite game ever. The guy who made it has rejected offers to remake it, because apparently he still makes money off it, weirdly enough.
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|Redlof - 2009-01-20 |
I didn't have any Lucas Arts games growing up. That's eight and a half minutes of my childhood there.
|Scattersane - 2015-06-06 |
In the second game where you play as Penelope, she simply knocks the riddle guy out while he's busy pontificating.
Also The Doctor shows up and gives you a sonic screwdriver.
The ending sucks even worse.
I feel like the second one was the hardest, or at least I always made the least progress on it.
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