From: Rudolf Harras on 30 Jun 2010 16:35
>You could play Pirates until you retire, or if you played long enough
>you would basically be forced to retire too.l
But is there any chance of somehow winning the game?
I mean you could find a lot of relatives, marry, etc. So what's the best
you can do?
From: joviyach on 1 Jul 2010 04:22
On Jun 30, 3:35 pm, Rudolf Harras <rudi...(a)temporaryforwarding.com>
> joviyach schrieb:
> >You could play Pirates until you retire, or if you played long enough
> >you would basically be forced to retire too.l
> But is there any chance of somehow winning the game?
> I mean you could find a lot of relatives, marry, etc. So what's the best
> you can do?
You can retire and become Kings Adviser. That was the best possible
From: Quantum Leaper on 3 Jul 2010 22:44
Payton Byrd wrote:
> The games I "conquered"
> Pool of Radiance
> Curse of the Azure Bonds
> Bards Tale
> Bards Tale III: Thief of Fate
> Kennedy Approach
> Battle Chess
> Lords of Conquest
> Wow, I spent a lot of time playing those games.
Other than Battle Chess and Kennedy Approach, most of those games where
also the ones I got very good at also, though I had much more fun writing
Cheat programs for Bard's Tale 1,2 and 3 and Pool Radiance, than I did
playing them. I loved giving all my characters in Bard Tale III magic, but
that was after finishing the game the normal way. I also did very well at
Seven Cities of Gold, I learned I could plunder almost all of the new world
on 3 or 4 trips.
From: Rudolf Harras on 5 Jul 2010 11:49
Andreas Kohlbach schrieb:
>Impossible Mission was a game I could not even figure out what to do. But
>I started it often - for the eye-candy. I've never seen such a nice
>animation of a guy running before. Also it used sound samples which IIRC
>also was pretty new at the time the game came out.
Yes same here. :) But with IM2 I knew what to do and managed to solve