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My message is less about actual gifting; I'm in the UK on vacation most of July 9th onwards. If Lifeless Planet goes for sale during that time (and it's definitely going on sale for a while soon, trust me) then can somebody pick it up and I'll get the moolah back to you when I'm home? Or a game, or whatever. There's no I.O.U. thread as far as I know, but I'm sure there should be.

Hey how, I'm going to be in the sticks! RURAL ENGLAND. The internet where I'm going is a shocker of epic proportions. EPIC.

Edit: Also fail.
Post edited 2 days ago by NoxTM
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NoxTM: Hey how, I'm going to be in the sticks! RURAL ENGLAND. The internet where I'm going is a shocker of epic proportions. EPIC.
This makes me wonder where you're going.

*prepares inflatable gogbear traps
Only the deepest and darkest will do for me, which is a saying that applies to so much of my life.

I don't need no stinkin' internet. Except to buy Lifeless Planet... but then I'm sad like that.
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NoxTM: Only the deepest and darkest will do for me, which is a saying that applies to so much of my life.

I don't need no stinkin' internet. Except to buy Lifeless Planet... but then I'm sad like that.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aTHBH1pv4Bo?
Post edited Yesterday by monkeydelarge
If anyone's feeling in a generous mood, I would really appreciate NOSFERATU: WRATH OF MALACHI that's on sale right now

It seems like a game that I would really like to play and the setting seems pretty cool too

As always, I guarantee that that I will play the game and it will not sit in my GOG library without use

Thank you very much!
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Roads? Where we're going we don't need roads...

Today marks the 30th anniversary of Back to the Future, one of my favorite movies of all time (BTTF 2 is actually my favorite of the trilogy). No, today's not the day Marty comes to 2015 -- that's still a few months off. Today's the day the first movie was originally released.

So, to celebrate, naturally I'm giving away a copy of Back to the Future: The Game.

Now, you do have to have seen the movies before you can play this game, otherwise it will make very little sense to you. So for all the fans out there, if you want to get this, send me a PM through chat (don't reply here!) answering these three simple (?) questions, one for each movie:

1. Before Marty takes the stage, the band is playing another classic song. Which one?
2. What's the title of the game Marty uses in the 2015 diner to demonstrate he's a "crack shot"?
3. In 1885, Doc hasn't stopped inventing. What contraption does he demonstrate to Marty?

Take your time, I'll only check the answers tomorrow and choose randomly from the right respondents, so posting fast doesn't guarantee a win.
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Nudiustertian:
Loved that Johnny B Goode scene! One of my favourite songs as well. :D The game, however, was as good as BTTF2 and 3 and that to me means not very good at all. :-(

BTTF1 was awesome though!
If anyone has an extra code for Terraria, that would be great. I've heard good things about it. I wanted to give it a try, but money has been a bit hard to come by. You can PM me here on GOG. Thanks.
Post edited 11 hours ago by dragu89
Normality for $1.79 if someone wants to help a monkey out with some fresh gaming goodness. And I would not beg here, if I could buy the game myself before the sale is over.
Post edited 9 hours ago by monkeydelarge
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Nudiustertian:
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niniendowarrior: Loved that Johnny B Goode scene! One of my favourite songs as well. :D The game, however, was as good as BTTF2 and 3 and that to me means not very good at all. :-(

BTTF1 was awesome though!
Since there's not going to be a BTTF 4, it's the best we can hope for. I'd definitely put the game's story ahead of BTTF 3, which was more of a repeat exercise. Sure, there's some naff stuff, but the interaction between the characters is still good, and the story actually dares to go somewhere. If anything, I enjoyed the story more than the gameplay. But hey, different strokes. :-)
hope we will see bttf4
Post edited 3 hours ago by comboplayer
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Nudiustertian: Roads? Where we're going we don't need roads...

Today marks the 30th anniversary of Back to the Future, one of my favorite movies of all time (BTTF 2 is actually my favorite of the trilogy). No, today's not the day Marty comes to 2015 -- that's still a few months off. Today's the day the first movie was originally released.

So, to celebrate, naturally I'm giving away a copy of Back to the Future: The Game.

Now, you do have to have seen the movies before you can play this game, otherwise it will make very little sense to you. So for all the fans out there, if you want to get this, send me a PM through chat (don't reply here!) answering these three simple (?) questions, one for each movie:

1. Before Marty takes the stage, the band is playing another classic song. Which one?
2. What's the title of the game Marty uses in the 2015 diner to demonstrate he's a "crack shot"?
3. In 1885, Doc hasn't stopped inventing. What contraption does he demonstrate to Marty?

Take your time, I'll only check the answers tomorrow and choose randomly from the right respondents, so posting fast doesn't guarantee a win.
hi. for back to the future question. left pm also
1. Earth Angel Scene - Will you be mine is the first song, then when Marty takes the scene he plays Johnny B Goode
2. wild gunman
3. delorean gas
Doc built a very elaborate contraption in his barn designed to make an alcoholic drink of some kind. It's possible he used the gas from the DeLorean to power it.
Post edited 3 hours ago by fez2
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fez2:
It's supposed to be by PM only, you should edit out the answers.
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fez2:
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theslitherydeee: It's supposed to be by PM only, you should edit out the answers.
I left even pm. Edit what?
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monkeydelarge: Normality
Check PM .