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Old 03-19-2007, 05:00 PM   #21
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well I voted for a day of the tentacle series and rockos modern life adventure game
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I forgot to vote for this on the survey but what about old school SCOOBY DOO!
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Old 03-19-2007, 06:21 PM   #23
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Little feedback survey. Most of it focuses on what licenses you like, and what you'd like to see a game of.

I'm casting a vote for Tex Murphy.
Must have been a very quick survey. Didn't see it yesterday and it was closed tonight. Ergo, I have no idea what I could/should vote for.
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Must have been a very quick survey. Didn't see it yesterday and it was closed tonight. Ergo, I have no idea what I could/should vote for.
As far as I recall, the only real "choice" questions were "How did you buy/play Sam and Max?", "How did you hear about Sam and Max?". "Do you have a CD or DVD drive?", "Please rate Episodes 1-4 from least to favorite."

Otherwise, they just asked (separately) to list favorite TV shows, movies, and other media (books, comics, etc.) And had one textarea box asking you to finish the sentence "I would like for there to be a game (or game series) based on:"

I'm paraphrasing from memory of course. I'm sure if you email them at that feedback address, they'll still be listening.
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Must have been a very quick survey. Didn't see it yesterday and it was closed tonight. Ergo, I have no idea what I could/should vote for.
The thread was started on the 15th so it was up for at least 3.5 days.

I peeked at the survey and didn't have the mental energy to fill out all the favorite shows, movies, etc. but I don't recall them specifically asking what you want made into a game.

My first thought was that it was a marketing survey - an in depth look at who is playing their games and what other interests they have.

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It was Mojo'd waaaaay back on March 10. All the more reason to check mixnmojo daily!

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I forgot to vote for this on the survey but what about old school SCOOBY DOO!
I don't think we need Telltale to make a Scooby Doo game. It's a popular enough franchise that there are a ton of Scooby Doo games already. Are any of them any good? I have no idea. But I'm pretty sure some of them are adventure games, albeit geared towards young children.
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But even so, I wouldn't mind seeing a Telltale series.
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2. Dark Crystal. "Henson" has announced a new Manga-style comic set in the Dark Crystal universe, and there's a new Dark Crystal movie currently in production.
GOOD ONE! That or Labyrinth... a proper graphic adventure based on Labyrinth would be so cool.
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It was Mojo'd waaaaay back on March 10. All the more reason to check mixnmojo daily!

I do, and filled out the survey on day 1

I think the DotT series would make a good series of games for Telltale. The Full Throttle story is more or less closed, I think.
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well I voted for a day of the tentacle series and rockos modern life adventure game
I loved rockos modern life,especially when Filbert said wee wee and he and heifer fell about laughing.
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Since I was a lazy sod and never took the survey, I'll just throw out a movie I love - Amelie.


And just to be goofy because it's hump day, how about The Sound of Music complete with 'The Lonely Goatherd' puzzle.
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Old 03-23-2007, 08:50 PM   #33
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Care to elaborate?
They tried to buy the rights to finish the Sam and Max game they were working on, and Lucas decided they'd rather not take their money and put the game in a closet just to spite them.

So I can't imagine they'd cough up the rights to Monkey Island or anything so generous. After all, what if it was successful? Then someone would look stupid for not producing the game in house. Better to not take any chances and protect their foolish pride.

I voted for Tex Murphy because the rights are up for grabs and the creators are presently free agents. The timing's perfect.
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Old 03-24-2007, 02:07 AM   #34
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I'd love to see a game or 2 based on the Red Dwarf TV show.



The marketing apeal may be limited to Sci Fi comedy fans so commercially it will probably suck.

For a mass apeal license, I would go for Lost. They could probably do mini episodes and release them weekly in conjuction with the TV shows or release a larger game in between seasons. Yes I am a big motherlovin Lost fan
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Bump...I wonder if they will buy any of Sierra's old licenses now that those are being sold off.
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Bump...I wonder if they will buy any of Sierra's old licenses now that those are being sold off.
Actually, and sadly, they aren't. The only Intellectual Property sold was Leisure Suit Larry (to Codemasters), and even in this case it is unsure whether they sold the entire series' IP or only Box Office Bust's one.
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But I'm pretty sure some of them are adventure games, albeit geared towards young children.
I've always wanted a game, or even book or fan fiction, of those young stories we knew as kids, geared more towards the adults that loved them. Like what were Fred and Daphanie really doing when they went to the attic when the gang "split up".

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I'd love to see a game or 2 based on the Red Dwarf TV show.

The marketing apeal may be limited to Sci Fi comedy fans so commercially it will probably suck.

For a mass apeal license, I would go for Lost. They could probably do mini episodes and release them weekly in conjuction with the TV shows or release a larger game in between seasons. Yes I am a big motherlovin Lost fan
I agree. A Red Dwarf game would be awesome. And there is a LOST game out there, although I hear it isn't too good. Your idea is great, though, about the mini episodes.
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Full throttle! please telltale do full throttle!
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