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Date Posted: Sunday, May 21
Author: Chris
Subject: Re: Better puzzles (Not adventure games)
In reply to: The Guy that Writes 's message, "Better puzzles (Not adventure games)" on Sunday, May 21

I can't think of any! I've beem staring at this computer all day and my eyes are tired my brain is mush and I need to get to bed! But I just wanted to reply anyway.

>Post here you TOP 10 of games with better puzzles
>while not being an aventure game like Zak or Monkey
>Island.
>
>10 - The Legend of Zelda 10: The Wind Waker
>(I name the Zelda saga lots of times on my post, the
>reason its because I think that they are deep as Zak,
>if not more, this game has hard puzzles that require
>you to use the mystical Wind Waker...
>
>9 - Super Metroid
>(See a screenshot of this game, it looks like a
>side-scroller platform, it's worth your time? YES,
>there are secrets in the game everywhere, and you can
>have trouble at the second screen, because there is a
>puzzle that you have to solve, but this game doesn't
>give you clues)
>
>8 - Knights of the Old Republic II
>(I suppose that you can't believe that I put a Star
>Wars game on this list, but this RPG has an special
>battle system, you could say that every battle on this
>game is a puzzle)
>
>7 - Paper Mario: The Thousand Years Door
>(You probably hearded that the Mario games are a
>brainless and kiddy rain of action, well, at the start
>of the game the puzzles are easier, but when you get
>to chapter 5...)
>
>6 - Super Mario 64
>(Try to finish the ghost mansion without a
>walkthrough...)
>
>5 - The Legend of Zelda 4: Link's Awakening
>(Slighty easier than is prequel, this game is very
>different for the other games in the saga, the puzzles
>on this game are probably the weirdest that you will
>find)
>
>4 - Adventure
>(This game is from the Atari 2600, it was supposed to
>be a port of the famous text adventure, Colossal Cave
>Adventure, but it ended being the first Action
>Adventure ever, it also has the first Easter Egg ever,
>and it's hard to finish it without the manual, because
>the manual has the walkthrough of the game on it!)
>
>3 - Chrono Trigger
>(It's sad that not many people know this RPG, it
>should be more popular, this game created puzzles in
>RPGs! also, it has a good story...)
>
>2 - Metroid Prime 2: Echoes
>(Most people believe that the Metroid Prime saga is a
>brainless 3D shooter, boy, they are so wrong! this
>game can give you a headache on th final puzzle of the
>last level!)
>
>1 - The Legend of Zelda 3: A Link to the Past
>(Call me a Zelda fan if you want, because I am really
>one, but this game has the best puzzles ever, if you
>thought that Zak McKracken was hard, get a guide for
>this game, I don't think that there are many people
>that has seen the two alternate endings)

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