Out of the tunnel and into… the end credits.
Oh no, The Mole Man is taking over over Zork, the Underground Empire! Quick, use apples!
Everything changed when the Fire Nation attacked!
Presented by Madhog thy Gardener.
DEVAR’S TIDBIT OF WISE REASONING: ‘I didn’t get a chance to state my view and my thoughts of what I meant by the term “Minimalist Approach”. Basically what I meant was that while LOOM did in fact fail to tell us anything about the characters motivations and even properly build on its world. It did leave slight hints through the game’s dialogue about its world, like how each guild specialises in one art or skill and sometimes these guilds would commission the other guilds to do tasks.
For example in LOOM Fleece sent for a mage from the Mage’s Guild to help with their dragon problem and Mandible from the Guild of Clerics commissioned the Glassmakers and Blacksmith’s to craft things for him. This world concept was told in this “Minimalist Fashion” but it was just executed poorly, it matters not how much information you get from the minimalist means, whether big or small, the fact the game’s world was pitched in such a light hearted way still says to me that the creators only did the minimum in introducing it. It just wasn’t enough. Am I making sense here?’
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Rust is Love! Rust is Life! Rust is POWER!!!
In the lengthiest cutscene this side of “Metal Gear Solid”, Rusty learns that the Dead Ones are indeed… deadly. Also, puzzle solving! Hurray!
Somebody actually made a sequel to “Loom.” It stars Rusty Nailbender, the guy who spent the majority of the previous game either asleep or dead. Madhog can hardly contain his joy…
Check out the demo here: http://forgegame.com/
Bobbin return home to fulfill his true Destiny… of RIPPING THE UNIVERSE APART!
Lord Mandible. Ruler of the Universe!