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Author: bloomer
Posted: January 29, 2010 (02:49 AM)
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This game was a bit seminal for me, since this and Snoggle were probably the very first Pacman clones I ever played on the Apple II. I can't remember if I played Snack Attack or a real Pacman machine first.

You perceive more about it than I ever did (the fact everyone moves at the same speed, etc.) but then again I don't think I ever revisited it after I was a kid.

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Author: aschultz
Posted: January 29, 2010 (05:06 PM)
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I played Pac-Man at a roller skating rink, then I remember some family friends had a copy of Gobbler.

While there wasn't much to perceive about the game, yeah, I revisited it. My allowance didn't cover new games, and the bucket of pirated games we got from my father's coworker moving back to Germany lasted a while e.g. "You already HAVE enough games." So I got a lot of educational and InfoCom games. Well, until a friend showed me Ultima IV -and- Bard's Tale II one day.

Our friendship hit a sticky patch when the Apple got Ultima V and Bard's Tale III, but that's another story. Maybe I should make a blog entry.

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