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« Reply #15 on: October 29, 2009, 08:10:29 PM »

That system completely sucked to my eyes when it was new, but I may have to give it some more credits now. Indead it was ideal for games like Mad Dog and DL/SA.

I kinda forgot about 7th guest ! My god, that was SO awesome to play (on the PC I had then). The graphics and atmosphere were brilliant. Puzzles not too hard (think that I solved all but one but still completed the game). Loved it then !

I remember some distant family had a cd-i and I saw Mario Hotel and I couldn't help but laugh about it...being used to Atari ST and stuff.

The fact that it came from Philips didn't help for me. I hadn't forgotten about the G7000 which was another Philips disaster IMHO in the time of the 2600. The only decent game was Munchkin. By the way Magnavox=Philips.

Still might be fun to tinker with one now.If only for Mad Dog I would love it ! Cheesy
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« Reply #16 on: October 30, 2009, 02:05:08 PM »

OT: Pickaxe pete was a rather nice game for the G7000.
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