Hi.
Actually, I like termite torpedo. It actually takes some intelligence and strategy to play that game. And the voiceovers for it are fantastic. I'd venture to say that it has the best recorded voiceover of any game I have ever played, audio or not.




On 1/23/2011 12:48 AM, shaun everiss wrote:
I wouldn't touch them.
I played termite torpedo once.
Its probably good if you are the average poor handicapt blind retard maybe even a child that has even less inteligence than a deranged retard and is generally bad and likes to format his drive or run things like lets see what this command does kind of thing. But for any real computer user, ie one that can actually know what the internet is, well. Long and short is These are worse than bavisoft and they well are not for us. Maybe some narrow minded sole made these because thats what the retarded blind are worth. I don't want to be associated with the blind retards association and I don't play these though I did find and try these ages ago.
To say, baaaaaaaad, is an understatement.
If you want something like this, then you should play the kitchensinc games. Yeah, basic, and quite old school but at least they emulate the physical boards and actually are enjoyable.
At 03:56 p.m. 23/01/2011, you wrote:
Hey everyone,

I just ran across these games from American Printing House for the Blind, but they seem a little highly priced to me. Does anyone have these games, and are they worth it? The games are: Armidillo Army, Termite Torpedo, and Tudle Tiles or something like that.. Sorry, I know I destroyed the spelling on those, lol.
If anyone has any information, please let me know.
Take care,
Ryan

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