And, with a sickening crunch of metal, we change gears again. I really need to get that transmission looked at.
This screenshot is from a game released during the heyday of graphic adventure games, and is considered very good – but it didn’t break through and become a classic like a lot of its peers did.
Name and developer, please! If you’re right, I’ll use the giant laser I’ve been building in my secret underground lair to write your name on the moon! Or rather, I’ll do the best I can…to be honest, it would be a big help if the first three letters in your name are “CHA”.
Heart of China
It’s no Willy Beamish or Rise of the Dragon, but it was pretty.
Excellent! I guess I can make the C into a D pretty easily…rest is gonna be kind of difficult.
You could do my last name. The C to an S and the A to an R. That way I can lay a family claim to the moon so my ancestors will rule over the Amazon women who live there.
Bah, I would have known this =)
The most irritating bit about HoC was that the mandatory cup-guessing game was PC speed dependent – too slow computer and the game’s easy, too fast and it’s impossible.
Nice thing was that there were several endings.