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Gelert
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PostSubject: Follow(s)-up you would love to see - no matter how seemingly unlikely.   Follow(s)-up you would love to see - no matter how seemingly unlikely. EmptyThu Mar 21, 2013 11:05 am

TenNapel has officially announced a new Neverhood-type game. Tentative 'YIPPEEEEEE !!!' cheers

Mullane has idea of what he would like to see but if you had your pick of dream follow-ups (or is it follows-up ?), let us now UP TO FIVE you'd love to see that ARE NOT already planned or in progress.

With Kickstarter, anything is possible... almost ! Wink


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PostSubject: Re: Follow(s)-up you would love to see - no matter how seemingly unlikely.   Follow(s)-up you would love to see - no matter how seemingly unlikely. EmptyThu Mar 21, 2013 11:11 am

Off the top of my head - BONK ! Follow(s)-up you would love to see - no matter how seemingly unlikely. 111949 - here are my 5 ...

Discworld Noir
Stupid Invaders
Grim Fandango
The Longest Journey - A GENUINE same-style and gameplay in EVERY way
Toonstruck

.. and one action-advenure which is a long-running fan project still in production . . .

Outcast

... These would make me drevel with pleasure ... Follow(s)-up you would love to see - no matter how seemingly unlikely. 620270
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PostSubject: Re: Follow(s)-up you would love to see - no matter how seemingly unlikely.   Follow(s)-up you would love to see - no matter how seemingly unlikely. EmptyThu Mar 21, 2013 11:45 am

There are so many that deserve another installment, so it's very hard to decide.

The Dig - Something about the atmosphere really got to me, in a good way.

Sam and Max: HTR - It's an absolute travesty that the sequel was canned.

Little Big Adventure - I really enjoy the mix of adventure and platforming. Needs more.

I wouldn't mind a more traditional follow-up to Machinarium.

Toonstruck - 1 of the first few adventure games that I played (Maniac Mansion was the first). I loved the hell out of this game and would often speed run through it on the holidays. I think 4 hours was a good time for me. In reality it's probably pretty slow. As far as I know? this is in the works or something is happening but there are licence issues. Put it on the list anyway.

A few months ago Broken Sword and The Neverhood would have made the list easily.


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Yes. Broken Sword 1 and 2 were fantastic.
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PostSubject: Re: Follow(s)-up you would love to see - no matter how seemingly unlikely.   Follow(s)-up you would love to see - no matter how seemingly unlikely. EmptySat Mar 30, 2013 1:22 pm

I wouldn't know where to begin because every time I think a game series is done then a kickstarter starts up.

There seems to be several rumblings of projects, but I would like to finally see an updated game based on the 11th hour theme. Same with Phantasmagoria.
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