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Akril
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Re: Dragonsphere.

Post by Akril » Wed Sep 23, 2015 6:03 pm

Tawmis wrote:Sierra had a lot of folks trying to mimic their success. The Les Manley series seems to be a copy of Leisure Suit Larry, though, without the getting laid part.
Yes -- I've heard of Les Manley as well as Altered Destiny, and I agree about AD being a very interesting game, even if its narration did have a pretty strong SQ vibe to it (especially the death messages). The design of the world the game takes place on is remarkably unique. (I've even done fan art of one of its inhabitants.)
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Re: Dragonsphere.

Post by Tawmis » Fri Sep 25, 2015 1:34 pm

Akril wrote:
Tawmis wrote:Sierra had a lot of folks trying to mimic their success. The Les Manley series seems to be a copy of Leisure Suit Larry, though, without the getting laid part.
Yes -- I've heard of Les Manley as well as Altered Destiny, and I agree about AD being a very interesting game, even if its narration did have a pretty strong SQ vibe to it (especially the death messages). The design of the world the game takes place on is remarkably unique. (I've even done fan art of one of its inhabitants.)
That's a really cool piece of art!

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Re: Dragonsphere.

Post by MusicallyInspired » Fri Oct 02, 2015 12:40 pm

Very nice, Akril!
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