Aaron David

A fourth generation Californian, befuddled.

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  1. Jaybird says:

    This is one of those games that just sticks with you forever.

    I seriously would have thought that Gamma World or Star Frontiers would have sticking power through the ages but those things are merely remembered and gigglesnorted about on the off chance that someone might be interested enough to look up the reference (and only if there’s a link handy).

    Paranoia, though… even people who never played it feel like they must have, during one session that they don’t remember for some reason.Report

    • Patrick in reply to Jaybird says:

      I still have my Star Frontiers books.Report

      • Jaybird in reply to Patrick says:

        I’m still surprised that there hasn’t been a Star Frontiers video game.

        It’s a property with a bit of history, old people will buy it off of the name alone, and the mechanics can be fairly easily programmed into any given RPG engine.

        Hell, just mine the two or three best-selling modules for plot ideas and come up with some over-arching storyline to link all three stories together.


  2. Maribou says:

    I’ve started playing King’s Quest. So far, so nostalgic, though I am now remembering not just how much I liked it, but also that I was never very good at it :D.

    Star Trek Timelines is way more fun than it has any right to be, the actor’s real voices, etc., def add something as free facebook games go.Report

  3. North says:

    Armello multiplayer.Report