An extra update today. Frodo, one of the most contributing members recently, supplied us with manual and four box-shots for the game Dragonsphere.
posted by Romano // 01-02-2008 // downloadable // game // Adventure // permalink
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You are at the wheel of a Ferrari F40! And not for fun! You have to smash a racket with stolen cars, a racket aided and abetted by policemen! To find them you will tear through four of the United States of America, and — well, the honest road cops don't appreciate the sight of such a car crossing their state at 200 miles per hour...
Read the review by Sebatianos
And today we are completing the Crazy Cars trilogy with... part 3 naturally. It's not quite the same game as the Lamborgini American Challenge (already on the site), but it's very similar, so you may want to try that one out as well.
Who is Rich Tauber? I think I heard that name in connection with fishing. And, indeed: He even has his own game! Now you can go hunting basses with this nice guy - he will be a great help. Tight lines!
Read the review by Krustacean
Again, an addition for Veil of Darkness. This time it's the Amended and Expanded Walkthrough by WendyMann, based on the one by Anonymous.
I cite: "The original walkthrough was an excellent walkthrough and included nearly every action needed, but had some items in non-logical order, and lacked important detail in some places."
And so we have to cite again: "If you want lots of details from a walkthrough, use this one, otherwise use the original one, but be aware that some items in the original walkthrough do not work at the point indicated."
C’mon all you four-eyed, coke-bottle-glasses wearing, pocket protector having, inhaler using, chess playing geeks. It’s time to take a walk on the wild side. Move over Chessmaster. Get outta here Battle Chess. It’s time for National Lampoon’s Chess Maniac Five Billion and One to make you go Spassky.
Now, where the hell are my glasses and my inhaler. <sniff>
[JMB aka Geezer]