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More on the subjects of the games themselves rather than the distribution method, I have to say that Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade The Graphic Adventure is a really fun game to play. I highly recommend it. I would say it is probably one of the best TV/Movie to game adaptations I have ever played. Those types of games are usually not very good, but the adventure game genre lends itself well to adaptation. I suppose you could argue that X-Wing and games of that nature are great (and I agree), but Indy3 is a blast.
LOOM - I have only played this game once, and I really liked it. I plan to play it again someday. I still have the talkie CD version here. I am not sure about copy protection for it, but I know you don't have to consult the manual at all for the CD version. The nature of the game requires you to remember certain strains of "notes," and you can write them down in the official book that came with the game. No need to actually write them in there. You could just scribble them down on a sheet of paper. I am about 95% sure that was the only reference you had to make to a hard copy of something in order to play the game - and that was still something written by you.
I plan on playing the episodic Monkey Island game, but I think it is just now seeing its release. I hope it is good.
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