Or play a video game in which you must jump over bowls of, um, stuff, and if
you don't make it, you go with the flow when the handle on the big tank is
pulled by the evil enemy. Then, you travel down into the sewer whether you
want to or not, and must work your way back to the surface, battling huge
reptilian creatures that became huge from toxic waste poured into the system
by big businesses in an effort to save money on the cost of waste disposal.
Of course, it is dark down there, and you must rely on sound to find your
Pretty is as pretty does.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Thomas Ward" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "Gamers Discussion list" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, October 16, 2008 7:10 PM
Subject: Re: [Audyssey] To the developers of Montezuma's Revenge
Grin. Yeah, kind of hard to be writing audio games while sitting on the
pot with a bad case of Montezuma's Revenge. Although, sounds like a new
idea for a modern bath room upgrade.
I can see it now. Someday in the future you might walk into a stall and
they will have a little fold down computer or little hand held PDA in
there so you can read rss feeds, your e-mail, write business reports, etc
all while you are using the John. Either that or you can call up a game of
Blackjack, Free Cell, or Yatzi to play while you are taking care of
personal business. Sounds like a cool idea to me. Lol!
*chuckle* Now we wouldn't want that, as it would set back the release
date even more.
Seriously though, it's a good idea to release the older monti as freeware
as I rather liked playing it.
Also if you do it, you will give people something to play with while they
wait for Mysteries of the ancients.
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