Hi, Randy Pratt, 63, retired in NY, USA. Have been playing adventure games since the original Colossal Cave Adventure in the 70's.
I love to see talented young people like Liviu, Cami and Campian be so passionate about point and clicks!
Stay passionate and I don't care when the game finally gets here because I am sure it will be great.
Woah, Randy! Nice! Yeah, it's amazing to think that 10 years before I was born - and I ain't no spring chicken, either
- people were already playing adventure games. It wasn't so long ago that I found out the term "adventure game" actually comes from the title of the game you mentioned. Great to have you here!
Damn I just read these post and I feel so young, oh well my name is Anthony I'm 21 living in Florida, I never really heard of the Lovecraft until...just recently but I did know who Cthulhu was thanks to some of my friends back in middle school. I do love the supernatural and mythology stories and when I saw the YouTuber Case Menace play it I really liked the way the game was so I headed to the kickstarter and backed it. Which this will be my second game that I have backed on Kickstarter, anyways I love adventure games (especially the ones with choices even though I can never be evil in them to save my life) and even the point and click ones.
My first game that I can honestly remember was Mario Kart 64 for the Nintendo 64, along with Mortal Kombat and War Gods (even though I couldn't play them because of how old I was at the time). My tastes have changed and now I'm majorly into almost any and all types of RPGs with my number one being "Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King" for PS2 since that game was the one to launch me into the RPG world.
And I think I talked enough can't wait to see where this heads.
Feeling young is never a bad thing, I try to do that every once in a while for fun
I grew up playing Mortal Kombat, too! Especially the second. Also played some War Gods for a while when I got my first PC,Kabuki Jo was my faaaavorite. Welcome aboard!