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  1. Ah, I forgot about that. This one strikes a nice balance between the depressing real-life in the hospital and the optimistic escape to the fantasy world, intervowen throughout the game. It also has a much more satisfying ending.
  2. I don't remember the last time I finished a game. We need a "Rate the Last Game You Played a Couple of Hours of and Then Just Kind of Forgot About" thread. I think it might have been Rakuen in May. Very touching story about a hospitalized boy who goes on adventures in a fantasy world. It's an adventure RPG in the vein of To The Moon. Enjoyed it a lot.
  3. Also programming. Time zones complicate everything, and time and dates aren't easy to begin with. We should all just switch to International Color Time: http://www.phrenopolis.com/colorclock/
  4. I think @Spaff might be the one to ask, but I know he's very busy organizing Day of the Devs these days, so it might take a couple of weeks before you get an answer.
  5. Anyone else watching The Inhumans? http://imdb.com/title/tt4154858/ I've watched a few episodes through the streaming service of my cable+internet provider, and I'm not sure what to think of it yet. It's certainly very different from the Netflix shows, but I do enjoy a lighthearted flick every now and then, so it might still be enjoyable. I'm kind of surprised it's a Marvel series though. It seems to have much lower production values than the other series and movies.
  6. The Dig - Remastered

    Yes, it was, but so was Grim Fandango, Day of the Tentacle and Full Throttle, which Double Fine has already remastered, so that's why some (not just in this thread) are hoping The Dig might receive the same treatment. All of those IPs are now owned by Disney, who allowed those previous remasters to happen, so it's certainly possible, but The Dig wasn't Tim Schafer's child, unlike the others, so it would make less sense for Double Fine specifically to handle them.
  7. @lugubrious What sort of issues were you having on Linux? I'm also on Linux, and I didn't experience any trouble with Broken Age, though I believe the game is only available as a 32 bit download, so that might cause issues if you're on a 64 bit system and are lacking some of the 32 bit dependencies.
  8. How about a story where someone close to the protagonist, a spouse maybe, is possessed, but it's a lot more subtle than in The Exorcist. The idea is that they're doing some very evil, but not so obvious stuff to mess up their loved one's life. At first there's just some minor hints, and you're lead to believe that the protagonist might be suffering from Capgras delusion or something. That could be pretty chilling, I think. I'm not sure how you'd make that interesting from the start though. Maybe it'd be more of a drama and focus on the emotional distress at first, then shift more towards psychological horror?
  9. As much as I'd love to play another Monkey Island game, I don't think that poll is going to change anything, one way or the other, unfortunately.
  10. Fig Update 5 - First Playable Milestone

    Wow, that looks really great! Can't wait to explore that hub area. Looking forward to seeing new characters in the next update too.
  11. Draw Your Own Creepy Treats!

    I responded to your post in the Doug the Ogre thread as well. Is the problem that you're not able to find your images after you've saved them? If so, try to give your files names that make them easy to identify, and make sure you save them to an easy to find directory on your disk, like your desktop for instance.
  12. You can either upload your comic to an image hosting service like Lutim orImgur, or just attach an image to your post by clicking the "choose files..." link at the bottom of the text area where you write. EDIT: See this post too.
  13. 10

    You and the other regular contributors deserve lots and lots of creds for that. That sure is amazing.
  14. 10

    I had no idea Spaff founded that. That gives him a lot of adventure game creds.
  15. Spanish not available

    This isn't an official statement, but in my understanding, the remaster should have the same localization options as the original game, which unfortunately didn't include Spanish voice acting. I don't think any of the LucasArts remasters up until now have been released with additional voice acting, and it stands to reason that it might be because of technical difficulties, limited budgets, or, most likely, a combination of both factors. I don't think Double Fine is purposefully ignoring messages, but keep in mind that your first messages are only a couple of days old, and Double Fine is a relatively small company with only one community manager, who is responsible for organizing everything from public relations and press requests to events and community interactions (and probably a bunch more).