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Adventure Game Scene of the Day — Thursday 25 October 2012

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If there’s one game that couldn’t not appear this week, it’s the Neverhood. It’s just impossible to separate it from its soundtrack,

Is it completely goofy, is it epic, is it touching? That’s a question that applies to this scene, its music, and the game as a whole.

And because that scene is so great, here’s the video.

     

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Neverhood is the only third person (with some 1st person respective) that can be considered a Myst-like Adventure.

Brilliant game with some Puzzles that can solved in one place upon actions made in another, super clay Worked Models, very funny .

the game was rated Teen for is difficulty but the story itself could had be easily advised/rated as +3

     

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Plus the kiddies LOVE the part where you can make Klaymen belch for an unbelievably long time…

     
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I love the video!  I’ve never played the game but I do have the wacky and wonderful CD of the music.

     

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Advie - 25 October 2012 01:43 PM

Neverhood is the only third person (with some 1st person respective) that can be considered a Myst-like Adventure.

You should play Keepsake.

     

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You should play Keepsake.

did it, 

i still remember some long,boring dialogues, which hardly can make it a Myst like Adventure (imo).

     
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hah, definitely a nothing-like-that game for me Smile i love every single bit of it.

p.s. has anyone read the whole story in the H room. I remember reading till the half of it. But the process was hard and slow, so I finally gave up. Now I googled it, and of course I found it. Here is a link if anyone’s interested - that game has a way deeper philosophy than it appears to show Smile Hall Of Records

     
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Kurufinwe - 25 October 2012 11:26 AM

Is it completely goofy, is it epic, is it touching?

It sure is. Those are some of the reasons The Neverhood is loved so much by many.

Mister Ed - 25 October 2012 04:07 PM

Plus the kiddies LOVE the part where you can make Klaymen belch for an unbelievably long time…

I love that part too, and I’m about as far from being a “kiddy” (“kiddie”?) as possible.

badlemon - 26 October 2012 03:01 AM

p.s. has anyone read the whole story in the H room.

I did, naturally.

     

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