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Yesterday's release of Phantasmagoria arouse a long discussion among some users. Today we're posting an article by David Craddock which shows the history of the game and we hope will clarify some doubts.
In the early 1990s, famed Sierra On-Line co-founder and game designer extraordinaire Roberta Williams, who had conceptualized and designed many of Sierra's biggest hits including the critically and commercially successful King's Quest series, was familiar with the phantasmagoria shows of yore. Delighted with their dark tone and eager to delve into the realm of terror, Williams began plotting a new adventure game with a horror theme. The name of the title would be Phantasmagoria, paying homage to the eponymous theater productions.
Thanks! :) This enabled me access to this great site! :D
Thank you guys. I can invite my best friend now. This is great. :)
Great! Invited a friend :)
This is awesome a buddy of mine and I have been talking about GOG, now he can check it out too...
Invited my friend into the game ^-^
This is a great idea :D
D'oh!
I've just emailed support a "suggestion" asking "Hey, why can't I invite my friends?"
I feel lame now :P
Just sent off my code to a friend. I hope he is as impress as I am.
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pith: Brilliant, but ... can I send that code to TWO friends? :)

Send the code to one of your friends, and then he will receive his own invite code which he will be able to send to your second friend.
Post edited September 24, 2008 by Cook
Awesome. I signed up on the last day of the beta registration, so I sent off my second invite to a friend :D
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Hideous: Awesome. I signed up on the last day of the beta registration, so I sent off my second invite to a friend :D

And here I am! Smashing!
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pith: Brilliant, but ... can I send that code to TWO friends? :)
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Venom: Send the code to one of your friends, and then he will receive his own invite code which he will be able to send to your second friend.

But my friend may not like my other friend... And the friend of a friend is an ally.. Sort of?
If someone replies with "I have no friends" can I have their code? ;)
Karl
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Karlallen: But my friend may not like my other friend... And the friend of a friend is an ally.. Sort of?
If someone replies with "I have no friends" can I have their code? ;)

Every user can do with his code whatever he want's, but posting it on a forum isn't a good idea. If too many people will try to use the same code, it will end up being locked, and no one will be able to use it.
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Karlallen: But my friend may not like my other friend... And the friend of a friend is an ally.. Sort of?
If someone replies with "I have no friends" can I have their code? ;)
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Venom: Every user can do with his code whatever he want's, but posting it on a forum isn't a good idea. If too many people will try to use the same code, it will end up being locked, and no one will be able to use it.

*Deletes his "I have no friends" code from the forum* ;)