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#2 Edited by bobafettjm (1407 posts) -

@slag: Well I think some of the better hidden object games have more variation in the puzzles and gameplay. Escape Rosecliff Island is literally play between 4 - 6 hidden object scenes and play 1 of a handful of puzzles types and then rinse and repeat. It even has players playing the same scenes over and over and over again just finding different pictures in it. I quite enjoyed the Pickers hidden object game in which you run a store and have to find items based on what is hot and what could be fixed up or paired with other items to sell for more.

#3 Posted by bobafettjm (1407 posts) -

Also in case anyone out there is wondering, Escape Rosecliff Island is one of the all time WORST hidden object games I have ever played. If you ever want to jump in to that genre to try it out avoid it at all costs. And while I have not played it yet, I would assume the other Escape game is also pretty bad.

#4 Posted by bobafettjm (1407 posts) -

I have been really thinking about coming back to this game lately myself. It was interesting to read your story behind playing the game for the first time.

#5 Posted by bobafettjm (1407 posts) -

@mento: I figure those cards must be easy to add in with the volume they get added in. Plus they don't have to re-program the game at all like with an achievement or something since it is merely tied to Steam knowing you are playing the game. Also keep up the great work on those SNES pages, I feel like that is probably a pretty daunting task.

@lordandrew: I have had plenty of weeks where I just did not feel like doing anything in the wiki, as a matter of fact I had a time where I barely did anything a little while after the site switched over. I had gotten tired of wiki bugs that would wipe out a lot of work so I just mostly stopped.

@yummylee: That Resident Evil 5 page is pretty amazing. I have never put that much into a single page. It is also good to have some more filled out character pages, those are for the most part severely lacking in the wiki I think.

@slag: Just like the lacking character pages I feel like the locations are also often overlooked. Great job on filling those pages out, they have a lot of great information now!

#6 Posted by bobafettjm (1407 posts) -

@finaldasa: This is what I want. These and the Jar Time videos are some of my favorite.

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It looks like someone took Toontown Online, fixed some things, and is unofficial and not much more than a private server.

#10 Posted by bobafettjm (1407 posts) -

@slag: Thanks for sharing!

I noticed a few games this past week that seemed to have lost associations. As a matter of fact I started going back through the pages I have created list and found a bunch of stuff.