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But you generally agree with my Multilanguage point here, don't you?
Well for me, and I know this is going to sound bad, as long as it's got English then I'm happy. I guess having multiple languages in one version of the game is very handy, so yes ... multi-language is a good thing!
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Actually, I also prefer English way over other languages for Adventures.
Especially because of the word jokes.
Monkey2 was actually the reason I learned English better than in school.
I was twelve at the time it came out.
But still I also like to play them in German.
Also, I bought some games in other languages to learn them.
I could have spared myself at least these double-tips then with multilanguage releases.
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If you have Mac specific problems about ScummVM and playing your favorite Amiga titles then I'd recommend www.thinkcommodore.com
It has a nice forum about everything Commodore 64 & Amiga from a Macintosh perspective. So feel free to join a Commodore Forum where every user is a Mac user.
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joachimeberhard wrote:Monkey2 was actually the reason I learned English better than in school.
I learnt English a lot better by playing Countdown - and SimCity2000