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YEEEES!!!October 16, 2011 at 2:39 pm in reply to: Leisure Suit Larry’s not just back, he’s reborn, Baby! #22501
Very happy to hear this! Will be buying on PSN when it’s out!
This is GREAT news. I’m a big fan of telltale and they’ve had huge success bringing graphic adventures back to the fore. I loved Sam and Max in the penal zone and really like the new Back to the future game they’ve released. In fact they made sure they got Bob Gale (writer of the BTTF screenplays) to act as an adviser on the game so it stayed true to the storyline. I’d be interested to know if Roberta gives her blessing? What next…Police quest or my big hope – SPACE QUEST 🙂 Anyways, of all the companies to take Kings Quest on board I think TellTale are the best we could ask for. Happy days!
Thank you for your help! I’ll try the developmental build on my phone. Unfortunately dosbox isn’t yet supported by my handset 🙁 But hopefully they’ll bring it out soon.
Apologies if I came across insulting. I only meant it in a light hearted way. I felt that I should support the original poster of this thread (Oleg) as I think the whole “adventure game in you pocket” idea is brilliant. People all over the world on long train journeys, coach rides etc could enjoy adventure games. I meant no malice in what I said so once again apologies and I will try to refrain from name calling in the future unless totally necessary. 🙂
Welcome to 2009!
We now have the very excellent ScummVM on most symbian mobiles. Playing the likes of Monkey Island 2 on my touch screen Nokia 5800 is a dream! Great for long commutes etc. I only wish we had something like ScummVM for the later sierra releases like SQ IV etc. Any ideas?
P.S Whoever posted the first response that said “I totally disagree. First off, mobile phones were designed, originally, to
be phones. To create Sierra games on the phones would require the following:
(1) Very long battery life, (2) Dedicated user that have plenty of HOURS to
waste, (3) A 70’s child mentality.”
YOU WERE SO WRONG! GET WITH THE TIMES GRANDAD!