We selected it because it felt like the role-playing games of our youth, but was (in fact) a completely new experience. Also, it was from a company called Basilisk Games, and we are scared of basilisks. There are demos available for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Give it a try, and you may find yourself surprised.
We had a pretty good time together, didn’t we? I’m not really interested in crying over spilled milk; sometimes these things work out, and sometimes they don’t. I’ve had a wonderful two years at Penny Arcade, and the few… Read More
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