It is flawed and has a few design choices I am not a fan of. But considering that it is essentially the only game of its kind made in the past few years (and that I take issue with some of the design choices in the XCOM remake too :p), I like it. But I can't help but think "I could be playing 1.13 instead". And I am a pretty open-minded individual
So if you played the original JA2, consider grabbing the expandalone instead. Should be the same gameplay, but a different campaign.
If you haven't played JA2, go buy it from GoG and play it. If you are a stupid poopyhead, then buy BiA instead :p
Groupees added the VGA version of the original Leisure Suit Larry + Fester Mudd: Curse of the Gold Ep. 1 and while I was not watching, a beta pass for Akaneiro Demon Hunters.
(LSL is in being added while Akaneiro will only be available after the bundles closes)
Last 11 hours to get a boatload of good stuff for an incredibly silly price, including so much music I can't even start listing it all.
I don't think I've ever downloaded any of the free music that comes with these bundles but now, holy fuck, I see this one now includes M|O|O|N's EP from Hotline Miami. I was looking to buy that sometime anyway.
I dropped $4 on BAGB for 4 games and despite having only sold 8000ish it continues to throw free stuff at me. This and La Mulana? Stop it you're spoiling me.
You just made me go check the page for the download.
Anyway, IIRC last time I played that game it was on a 8088 8 MHz powerhouse sporting an ATI CGA card (with a fantastic 16-color mode that was not quite, but almost totally incompatible with EGA - so it required specific drivers that obviously were nowhere to be found - those were the times!)
It must be the only Sierra-branded adventure I could actually complete, and now I might have to play some of it, if only for the VGA graphics. Damn, now I want to go play Defender of the Crown again.
I hated most Sierra adventures (with the exception of QfG1, but that was something different), they remind me of that dark age of gaming before the invention of the rubber tree.
They do generally require very odd logic and don't exactly play well but they are interesting.
EDIT: I downloaded the 38 MB file they put up for the Akaniero beta, all the while wondering why I was downloading something from Groupees for a browser-based game. Turns out it's full of promotional stuff (screenshots, concept art, etc...essentially a press pack) and a PDF that tells you that you'll get your key when the bundle ends. So wait. Why were there separate Mac and PC versions? T_T'
Is there a way to add one game to a groupees purchase? I already got the two I wanted, but find myself tempted by a third and am willing to poop out some cash. Definitely don't want a fourth, if you catch my drift.
nice i plan on buying all
To get more games from BAGB you need to 'buy' it again - you can donate more (on the Purchases page) but you won't get more keys/additional games - you're just throwing money into the hat.
Do you get an additional "all the bonuses," or are the other games you buy simply added to your profile?