Well i certainly agree on that score, more complex games would be good, ---- but I will say that does seem to be happening more with entombed, toc etc.

As to audiogames.net, unfortunately a lot of pages were added in for prospective games which never actually appeared.


I believe Richard and I have a slightly different mode of operation on this point, sinse personally I try not to give a game an entry until there is at least something playable, but Richard seems to add in pages for games in developement just based on some info, ---- eg, papa sanga.

Your right in that we probably ought to have a more defigned position on this, and decide what to do about all those old pages.

Beware the Grue!

Dark.
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I've played the Final Fantasies, Dungeon and Dragons and other titles like Resident Evil when I could see, and enjoyed playing them; Tomb Raider, the first one was absolutely crazy when I played it on the first PS 1, especially the Dinosaur Level and the ancient tombs.. I would just like to be taken to that realm of gaming once again. I have all of GMA's Games not including "TOC," and David has taken me to that level for sure.. I love gaming and would like to see more for us, I was disappointed when BSC Football didn't come out and the Star Wars Jedi Attack, it just looked so promising.. By the way, why does game links still appear on Audiogames.net when they don't even exist? Thanks ----- Original Message ----- From: "dark" <d...@xgam.org>
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I can't speak on the football game, but Bps software's game 3D velosity is certainly intended as a realistic fighter game for adults.

Also, I might recommend a good many Gma games, --- such as tank commander and the recently released time of conflict.

While fantasy might not be your thing, I will say that audiogames complexity in general has gone up, and I've been quite amazed at recent developements such as entombed, ---- which is certainly not a simplistic or kid orientated game despite the fantasy setting, ---- in fact as an adult who loves fantasy or sf literature and games I do find your assersion that a game is automatically childish just for being set in that genre ratheer extreme.

That being said though, certainly games like Time of conflict, Gma tank commander 3D velosity and perhaps lone wolf or shades of doom (which is damnably evil and certainly despite the scifi setting), will probably appeal to you.

Beware the Grue!

Dark.
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My first audio game was Battle ship back in 2000, after losing my eye sight I was going crazy knowing this market was available; although I'm grateful for the audio game market my thirst for gaming hasn't been quenched; I was a Madden, NBA Live, Tyson punch out, Die Hard, Mortal Combat ect...player; Audio games tends to stick to kids type games, and not more adult/real life games like GTA or even Star Wars; Allot of us have been around since the start of the gaming revolution and has played systems such as Coleco vision, Atari, Sega and Nintendo, and has played hundreds of games; I know and hope audio games will pick up it's pace as technology improves, but I anxiously wait for some more serious game titles that will expand the adult audio gamers mind and appetite. I would love to fly that fighter jet again, go on realistic adventures without goblins and ghost's, and seriously play a good Football game and finally lead my EAGLES to The Super Bowl..LOL.. Thanks
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