Game box art challenge?


#4253

WAIT A MINUTE THAT BOX SAYS IBM


#4254

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#4255

I’d swear on a stack of bibles I played Breach on a Mac, but mobygames and Wikipedia claim it wasn’t on that platform ¯\_(ツ)_/¯


#4256

The Internet Archive page lists a Mac version. I’d trust your memory.


#4257

Yes, those listings are only accurate if people like you contribute, @peterb.


#4258

I will post something by tomorrow


#4259

Is it tomorrow yet?


#4260

No. I suck. Sorry.


#4261

OK, I guess I’m known for the easy ones, but this time I’m going a bit tougher, because (hint) I bet none of you had this platform.

As always, nice big revealed areas. I hate squinting.


#4262

Lost Patrol?


#4263

Not Lost Patrol!


#4264

phase3


#4265

Orientalism for Beginners?


#4266

I reckon the game’s title is going to be the name of a country.

Was there a game called “Cambodia” for the TRS-80? If so, it’s that game!


#4267

The Way of the Mummifying Pist 2


#4268

part%204


#4269

Raaka-tu


#4270

THANK GOODNESS i was beginning to develop a complex. Peter Olafson gets it.

This early text adventure game had one particularly cruel puzzle that hinged on noticing that one of two nearly identical rooms was gray, while the other was grey.

Alternate cover of the TRS-80 Color Computer version:

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#4271

This shit led to cat-hair mustaches, syphilis, and degeneracy in the Western world.

(Ah, those days of VERB-NOUN text adventures a la Scott Adams)


#4272

File under: Puzzles That Should only Exist in Nord & Bert Couldn’t Make Head or Tails of It