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Adventure Classic Gaming

Adventure Classic Gaming (adventureclassicgaming.com) is the premiere website dedicated to classic and retro adventure gaming. We seek to be a comprehensive online resource on classic adventure games and interactive fiction. Our site covers all gaming platforms, both computers and consoles. We cover games by both independent and commercial developers. Our dedicated team…

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Gobliins Review In this strange but interesting game from Sierra, you control 3 goblins. Each goblin has his own abilities. The storyline is preety much a got to find and beat the bad guy one. This is not your average adventure game. True, it is a point,n,click but it doesnt have a lot of communication between characters and i consider it a puzzle/adventure game for several reasons. 1. you can not go and come back to screens. In order to progress you must solve the puzzle presented on the current screen. 2. you can muck up puzzles and wind up having to start over. Graphics wise, Gobliins offers very little. Just the old vga graphics, similar to their quest games, but more comical. This game is quite short, in turns of how much places you visit. However, puzzles start from simple getting up to challenging very quickly and it should take at least 15 hours to pass. HIGHS- fun game. The FEW characters in it are funny. A different adventure game and a good change from all the other point'n'click adventures sierra have made. LOWS- poor graphics to todays standards. Some illogical puzzles. A bit too short for an experienced adventure gamer.

By Anonymous • On 21 March 2000 • From Somewhere

i lost my book and can not go any farther up the moyntain lol can you help me on the guidebook alphabet. thank you cbdickie

By carol dickie • On 12 March 2000 • From united states

Linda Shaw put it well. "Action" to me is a distraction that I could do well without. I prefer to think rather than diddle.

By Advpuzlov • On 08 March 2000 • From Somewhere

Awesome game! Mind numbing graphics! Keeps the mind interested!!

By Bronwyn • On 24 February 2000 • From New Zealand

Congratulations : this website is great,a lighthouse for all adventures' lovers!

By Fernie • On 13 February 2000 • From Italy

PLEASE Put in a little section in your review which details the likely hood for a sequel (Make sense since this is adventurecollective) a patch section would also be nice

By kamal • On 07 February 2000 • From Australia

Pretty cool site, but what does it mean to sign up? Some of the reviews seem to require it. I like Adventure Games, but generally aim for the nonviolent, nonhorror type. Wouldn't mind writting a review about games like that.

By Joe Hightower • On 01 February 2000 • From Seattle Washington, USA

GENERALLY THE GAME IS ABSOLUTELY COOL.REAL GRAPHICS COOL SOUNDS AND IT REALY PUMS UP THE ADRENALINE.THE GAME IS COOL AND LET ANYONE GET TO YOU GUYS KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK.THIS KIND OF GAMES MUST SURVIVE!!!!!!.WE ARE WITH YOU ALL THE WAY.

CHOOSEN -GEORGE VELISSARIDIS.

By GEORGE VELISSARIDIS • On 28 January 2000 • From Greece

Long Live the Adventure Game! They truly are about imagination, creativity, and losing yourself into a new and wonderous world. Many of today's gamers are seeking immeadiate gratification and can not deal with sweat involved in working through a puzzle. There are still many adventurers left, however, and we still hail Lord Dimwit Flathead, the Land of Quendor, Daventry, and Roger Wilco! May their legacy live on! LONG LIVE THE ADVENTURE GAME!!

PS - Any word on a new ZORK??? *I'm hoping!*

By Richard G. Sigler • On 24 January 2000 • From Baltimore

I was really surprised at the large area that you covered in your articles, and also the depths that you went to. I really enjoyed clicking through your various articles, and I must commend you on a job well done... a job that I thought could not be done by any one organisation. I hail Adventure Collective as the leader in the field of Adventure Information. Thank you.

By Ian C. Smith • On 21 January 2000 • From Australia
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