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    • #29465 Reply
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      Anybody remember this game (Mr.Cool) from the VERY early days of Sierra? Smiley

    • #29466 Reply
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      This was with the Ice Cube and the Hot Springs.  Was the object of the game to cool of as many plates as you can?

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      Indeed, it was a game where an ice cube called Mr. Cool jumped from hot plate to hot plate in an attempt to change their colors to a pattern. It was based on the game Q*Bert…

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      I just googled the game and saw the box cover for Mr. Cool.  I have played Q’bert on the arcades.  I honestly did not like it much.  I would always fall of the sides of the pyramid.  If I know Sierra Mr. Cool was probably funner to play than Q’bert.  At that time arcade games were the big thing.  The buz was for games like Pac-Man, Space Invaders, Astroids, Centipede almost in that order.  PC games were only for those who could afford a PC at the time.  My first computer was an 8088 with a Hercules monicrom graphics card.  I started with games like Test Drive.  When I got my $500 VGA monitor at the time I started with King’s Quest II.  If your please, describe the game play more!

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