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Re: Knightmare 'choose your own adventure'

Post by Dunshelm » Sat Jan 10, 2004 8:53 pm

Is there?
Thats a minor number of faults considering how big it is.
I only wrote them for fun, ME. Not some big company or anything - surely you can correct the mistakes...
But then I take it you don't like it because it isnt perfect.
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Re: Knightmare 'choose your own adventure'

Post by HStorm » Sat Jan 10, 2004 9:01 pm

Don't take it personally, Dunshelm, he's just giving some feedback. If nobody tells you where the faults are, you won't know to correct them.

Joe actually said the game was "pretty good". He never said he didn't like it.

For my part, I liked the game very much, but Joe's right about the errors, they are there, and it's worth drawing attention to them, if only so the people who play it will know that they're there and are ready for them.
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Re: Knightmare 'choose your own adventure'

Post by Lord_Bob » Sat Jan 10, 2004 10:22 pm

Well then, this game sounds intriging and I shall give it a try sometime.

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Something Funny On The Interactive Section...

Post by Naitch » Wed Sep 06, 2006 10:17 am

Hello heres a little something I found while playing the Choose Your Own Adventure in the Interactive section of Knightmare.com

It made me laugh no end...

Do you have the horn? - Yes - Go to 47

If you don't you simply have to pass through - Go to 50


Anyone else spot this?

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Re:Something Funny On The Interactive Section...

Post by Naitch » Wed Sep 06, 2006 10:20 am

I found this on there as well.

One can tell you that the third step is the 'clap'.

I'm sure its just my mind making its own jokes...

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Re:Something Funny On The Interactive Section...

Post by Malefact » Fri Sep 08, 2006 8:56 pm

The clap... it'd be interesting to act that one out. As for the horn, I imagine that was put in there by someone naughty. :D
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Re:Something Funny On The Interactive Section...

Post by antster1983 » Sun Sep 17, 2006 12:46 pm

Inspired by Pickle, no doubt? :o
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Re:Something Funny On The Interactive Section...

Post by TheMightyMartin » Thu Aug 30, 2007 1:21 am

Oooh! Slander!!
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Re: Knightmare Choose Your own adventure

Post by Drassil » Mon May 24, 2010 4:58 pm

How is it slander? Or indeed libel? :P Pickle really did make a comment about a dungeoneer getting the horn, but it was edited out. David Learner himself revealed this, in his 2002 interview with Debbie Glover.

Dunshelm/Anthony's gamebook was nominated in the article Something Old as one of Knightmare.com's hidden gems. While not disputing that, it's worth mentioning that for some years it's also been available, and playable, on IKM (the Interactive Section, as Naitch puts it). It's displayed quite prominently in the side menu, as is Liam's gamebook.

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