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Some say it never actually died, but somewhere around the turn of the millennium the drought of mainstream enthusiasm for adventure titles had taken it's toll. The decade-long, golden age of 'point and click' had ended, ironically marked with the release of LucasArts' Grim Fandango--which sold poorly despite widespread acclaim. The swelling cries of 'I told you so,' by those that smugly held on can be heard as the genre is set to make a return in (what I can only hope will be) a certifiable zomb...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
At times I wonder if these kind of games are dead but then I remember they will never die will they? I am going to try to make this short k? The story you want to know eh? Well a guy is stuck in a place where robots exist fat guys wear layers of fur oh and lets not forget a robot that is an A-hole! So you must find a way out if this place and get back to where your place (if this is a 2nd one then I have not played it) Point and click games are consists of lots of puzzles and and keeping th...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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