I am surprised to find that Tex McPhilip 2 hasn't received much coverage on AGI websites...it is a truly excellent game....I guess people have been too focused on the newest Handyman "sequel". ::)|
I'm not too focused on the newest Handyman "sequel".
Your games Tex McPhillips 1 and 2 are too much offence for me. See the pope killing some people is not a good idea after
So you can't see them from my site.
|Ed||Just for the record, the Tex McPhilip games weren't made by me, they were made by AGIer Jimmy D.|
The problem, as it seems to me, is twofold. |
First, I'm not much of a publicist.
Second, the AGI community is relatively small. This makes it improbable that the Tex McPhilip games will reach their target audience, also small, in this group of people. That's okay; people have a right to play and discuss what they want.
However, I am happy to say that the two games seem to have attained a tiny underground following. They've popped up on a Russian site among various commercial games. And someone else I don't know wrote up walkthroughs. Also, I found positive reviews at this one website, comparing them favorably to King's Quest and the first Leisure Suit Larry. I found that a bit hard to swallow myself, but at least it's positive.
[color=Red]Well Jimmy D, or MagickPoultry, I downloaded Tex Mcphilip 2 and I have to say, pretty cool. I don't agree with some of the stuff in it, but it's a work of fiction and that matters about as much as an Orat on a stick. Besides I also liked some of the stuff, but I'm a sick puppy and therefore won't go there.|
The game is complete, with multiple chapters, some decent puzzles and I enjoyed it. I do hope more people at least give it a try. I know some people will probably get upset by some things, but it's just a game after all, and as games go I think it was a good job.
Taken for what it is, in my opinion, it was a pretty nice little game, and I had fun playing it.
I hope you try another some time.