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Date Posted: Wednesday, Apr 19
Author: Chris
Subject: Amazing! Thanks!
In reply to: Rottingham 's message, "Zak McKracken, ranked as the worst adventure game by LucasArts" on Tuesday, Apr 18

>Look what I have found:
>http://www.worldofmi.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=4690

I am reading it now. Fascinating! There are only five votes against it, and the two reasons they give are really strange:

1. "Illogical puzzles" (Most people disagree! Maybe the word should be "challenging")

2. "You have to start again for almost any mistake" Did we play the same game?? The game I played had multiple saves, you could check the amount left on the cash card, and if you came close to dying, you got plenty of warning. I wonder what game they played?

I'm trying to think of an example where giving an object to the wrong person caused a problem you could not reverse. I can't think of any examples. Can anyone else?

I wonder if by "worst game" they mean "most challenging" or "least trivial" game?

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