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I still like adventure games, but almost all of them have some sort of puzzle that makes me shout "really!?!" at my monitor. In the days before I had internet access I would ask my friends for help when playing a game. Somebody almost always had the answer and it didn't feel like cheating because we'd all be trading solutions. It's difficult to replicate that kind of experience nowadays.
It would be an interesting experiment to make a adventure game that's played cooperatively and simultaneously by multiple people.
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