personally, I found Gg far too easy even on the hard difficulty. While the
audio and voice acting is good, the game's concept seemed a litle symple to
me, and to be perfectly honest I only bought Gg because I wanted
Chillingham on the other hand is a very nice game, ---- allbeit one with
some distinct flaws. Once again, icely done audio, pluss a choose your own
adventure type setup and a few puzles.
The problem is the game wasn't really long or challenging enough, and one
particular section, ----- the bug hunting got rather repetative. A good
idea, but a bit of a pest I thought.
Chillingham is one of these things which is a wonderful concept, deffiantely
worth playing, but just slightly too short.
Then of course there's the lack of replay value, ---- though in fairness
both games have such good acting and audio you can replay them in the same
manner as you'd rewatch a film, ---- most particularly Chillingham.
If I could actually find wwhich safe place I stashed the cd's in I'd
reinstall them myself on both of my computers, ------ but unfortunately I'm
not sure where they went at the second.
That's my thoughts on the games anyway. If there ever was a Bavisoft mailing
list, ---- I never heard of it.
Beware the Grue!
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