Full Throttle – Classic Point and Click Adventure Memories

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Full Throttle – Classic Point and Click Adventure Memories

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Recently I wrote an article on Simon the Sorcerer and my latest piece now has a look at Full Throttle:
Full Throttle may not be the longest point and click adventure to exist in the genre, however it is one of the more grittier and visually stunning games available from the era. Not only can you delight in the high quality full screen video, the darker themes set by the plot and the stylish cartoon like on-screen dynamics, but you can experience one of the best titles to ever grace the PC platform.
Click the link below to read the full article:
> Full Throttle – Memories of a Classic Point and Click Adventure from Lucas Arts

Next article will be covering Discworld :) ...
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Post by superfighter »

where oh where do you start with Discworld lol.
quite simply the hardest point and click adventure game ive ever played, with the most obscure puzzles:D
Youd expect no less though from Terry Pratchetts universe! :D
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Exactly :)

After Discworld, the game covered will be Day of the Tentacle... :)
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