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I'm in for Divinity: Original Sin 2 - Definitive Edition

When I was a child our national tv post would run children's programmes / cartoons only on Sunday mornings for about 10 minutes.

This one should be familiar to some of the eastern European neighbours : Ну, погоди!:

And also this one: Bolek i Lolek:

Thanks Doc.
Thanks a lot for hosting yet another one of these! I'm in for a second chance at AMID EVIL or DUSK, just for the fun of it.

I guess this will be a bit obscure for anyone outside of Czechia, Slovakia and the German speaking countries, but one of my favorite TV shows when I was little was Der fliegende Ferdinand (orig. Létající Cestmír, 1984; which would be Flying Cestmír or The Flying Ferdinand in English, except I don't think it's ever been translated to English). It was a Czech children's show, co-produced by German television, and I watched the version dubbed in German. It's hard to find any footage of it that would make it seem remotely interesting to anyone not familiar with the language, but back then, I thought it was a hoot. It's about a boy who steps through a magical portal into a strange world of flowers, and brings one of them back home, only to find that smelling at the flower grants him the ability to fly. Lots of mischief and mayhem follows, especially after the other kids and even some adults catch wind of it and more flowers are brought into their world, which grant more superpowers like switching bodies and stuff.
> Intro, Episode Recap + Outro (in German)
> Random scene (in German) (Vladimír Mensík was the greatest! :D)

As for something better known internationally, I also loved the British/Dutch show Doctor Snuggles (1979). I later learnt that Douglas Adams had written two of the 13 episodes, but of course as a child I didn't know who he was yet.
Post edited September 03, 2020 by Leroux
Once again, thank you very much for this giveaway!!

I'm in for:

- Dying Light: The Following – Enhanced Edition
- Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice

Childrens programme! Oh man, so many, but I gotta give the edge to The Transformers G1. So many memories. Here's my favourite intro:

Take care.
Thanks for another very generous giveaway, Doc!

I'm interested in Divinity: Original Sin 2, Dying Light: The Following, XCOM 2, DUSK and AMID EVIL.

Many Russian children's TV programs in the 90s were closely associated with one person - Sergei Suponev. One of these programs, in which he was the host, was called "Dendy: The New Reality" and was about video games. In fact, it was a big advertisment for "Dendy" - a famiclone that was promoted in Russia / CIS as an official product. In this program, you could even see a demonstration of the gameplay of hacked games such as Super Mario 16 (Joe & Mac) and Super Contra 6 (Contra Force).

This program was obviously in Russian, but I found some translated (with subtitles) episodes on YouTube:
Dendy: The New Reality in English
Another one? You are spoiling us Doc.

I'll enter for the same 2 games as in the previous part: DUSK and Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden - Deluxe Edition + War for the Overworld Ultimate Edition

I would redeem the first available game in the order above.

My childhood cartoon of choice was primarily Tom & Jerry: The episodes with this opening only. I never liked the designs in the other Tom & Jerry series.
Post edited September 03, 2020 by idbeholdME
Thanks for another chance Doc!

In for:

Warcraft Bundle
Amid Evil

As a child I'll always remember Thomas and his friends , that's why I have the fantasy of making a full Train maquette (something like the attached image)

But being honest the crashes were one of my favorite parts
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Post edited September 03, 2020 by Persival2207
Another awesome giveaway

I'm in for one of these:

4 - DUSK
5 - War for the Overworld Ultimate Edition
8 - Divinity: Original Sin 2 - Definitive Edition
13 - Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire - Obsidian Edition

Series for children:
This one is hungarian it was awesome Süsü Looks like Divinity is the favorite :)
Post edited September 03, 2020 by Orkhepaj
Wow, one finishes, and immediately you start another. Kudos to you!

Not in this time, but just to share, 3 of my childhood shows:

The Polka Dot Door
Babar the Elephant
Captain Pugwash

I'm dating and locating myself far too easily with these :D.
Congrats to the winners of previous round and huge thanks to Doc the Gifter for giving us another go.

I'm interested in Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden - Deluxe Edition.
Warcraft I & II Bundle would be my second choice, but don't know how that would redeem since I already have #2. I guess that one would stay on the code and only #1 will go to my account.

As a kid I absolutely adored The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest animated series. You should see the hair on my arms right now after watching that intro. :)
What the hell. I'm in.

Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice
Dying Light: The Following – Enhanced Edition

I can barely remember this because it has been so long and even at that time, this show was old. But I do remember that I always wait for this one on Saturday and Sunday afternoons.
Thanks for another round, Doc! :)

There weren't many children's programme in the Eastern Bloc, but we had the Nu, pogodi! cartoons broadcasted by our neighbours. Youtube video.

I'd like to be in for:

Divinity: Original Sin 2 - Definitive Edition
Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden - Deluxe Edition
Oh, no! Another list and The Longing is here – tempting me again :D I'll try my luck this time, if I may.

>>> The Longing

I guess there were a lot of programmes I really liked as a kid and some of them are probably quite obvious – as The Smurfs, Winnie The Pooh or Gummi Bears. The one you problably don't know is "Pomysłowy Dobromir" (Inventive Dobromir?) :)
In each episode Dobromir's grandpa is hard working or facing some problems and Dobromir is trying to invent a device to help him and simplify the activity. There were no dialogs in the cartoon, so don't worry it's Polish, you can still enjoy the story ;) I was always impressed how smart his devices were and I always wanted to build similar ones myself (especially that I also worked in the countryside with my grandfather, facinig a lot of similar troubles! ;)

Thanks, Doc, for your generosity and all the giveaways – this one and all the previous ones.
Very generous. I usually don't take part in giveaways (other than donating a few keys to the Community GA once in a while). This time I'm really tempted.

I'm in for either
1 - My Time At Portia
2 - The Longing

One of my favourite childhood cartoons was a Russian one: Nu Pogodi ("Just wait!"). It's on YT here:

It's about an "antisocial" wolf trying to get and eat the paragon hare. Clearly inspired by the Warner Bros cartoons or Tom & Jerry, but with a "communist" vibe.
Post edited September 03, 2020 by toxicTom
Doc0075 you are crazy - or rich :)
I´m not in since I won a game in part four, but here are two of my favorite kids programs.

Der kleine Maulwurf/Krteček:

Die Abenteuer der Maus auf dem Mars (only in German unfortunately):
thanks Doc !

I'm usually reading along and occasionally posting and some of my spare keys from humble made it to finkleroys giveaway, so I hope I'm trustworthy enough to participate

I'm in for

13 - Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire - Obsidian Edition

to add to the childrens program: an austrian television show about a talking detective bike
"Tom Turbo"
but I also enjoyed cartoons like johnny bravo

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Post edited September 03, 2020 by artaion