Derby #229: Roleplaying in Everyday Life
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Time for Adventure!

Time for Adventure!
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Dolemite


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If you get this, we need to hang out.

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hawkeye9723


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"I Gotta Get This Frickin' Duck Away From Me"

- StrongBad

bro3of4


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I hated that you could only carry one thing at a time and had to remember where you left that thing you needed (and too many of the friggn screens looked similar).

Nothing to see here. Move along. Move along.

ittybittyx


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I totally remember this game, and still have it!

(thinking it might be time to pull the Atari out of the closet and hook it up)

cmillard1


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The best was when you'd search all over the goddamned kingdom only to conclude the key was hidden in the castle. Ah, memories...

OHFireRescue


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The first game I can remember that had an Easter Egg.

A bandolier of carrots would be appreciated about now

Dolemite


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Level 3, hidden in the maze... The invisible dot.

OHFireRescue wrote:The first game I can remember that had an Easter Egg.

j5


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OHFireRescue wrote:The first game I can remember that had an Easter Egg.

It may have been the first game with an Easter Egg.

I have a shirt catalog, y'all!

OHFireRescue


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Dolemite wrote:Level 3, hidden in the maze... The invisible dot.


Insert appropriate screen flashes and sound effects here.

A bandolier of carrots would be appreciated about now

Bandrik


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I loved this game as a kid. The dragons were kind of scary when they roared and chased me... but my trusty "arrow sword" kept them at bay.

My favorite item was the purple bridge. I loved how you could "cheat" and go through walls with it. Coolest item ever! Even more useful than a portal gun!

Dolemite


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Everyone is forgetting the ornery bat who would fly over and steal whatever you were holding and hide it somewhere in the map.


Bandrik wrote:I loved this game as a kid. The dragons were kind of scary when they roared and chased me... but my trusty "arrow sword" kept them at bay.

My favorite item was the purple bridge. I loved how you could "cheat" and go through walls with it. Coolest item ever! Even more useful than a portal gun!

Lithonius


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Shmowzow! That's some funky junk, brother.

Having fond memories of my ancient but dearly departed Atari 2600, I bought an Atari Flashback 2 on Woot a while back. Even in this day and age of new technology every Tuesday afternoon, the kids (especially my son) like to play Adventure on it.

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