Monday, April 8, 2013

Real Town, Real Dungeon

The Disoriented Ranger apparently has details on a real life "dungeon" underneath a German town.  Weirdly enough, this also has me thinking about Darklands, too.

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  1. Thanks for pointing that out.

    Pretty much everything* makes me think of Darklands. I love that game.


    *Not really.

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    1. I should clarify: I love Darklands. However, not everything makes me think of it. Just most things.

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    2. Darklands was and is a totally cool game. I used to play it with Mike Ford and my sweetheart, Lynn.

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  2. Wow, my pageviews really spiked a lot today (something like the amount I got in the last 8 days, but in 24 hours...) and I have to thank you for that! I'm glad this found some more love in the blogosphere and maybe it'll spawn some interesting new takes on dungeons. Anyway, made my day. So: Thanks :)

    Didn't know Darklands (I was one of those people owning a Amiga at the time), but it sounds interesting (and time consuming).

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    1. You are totally welcome. Glad I could point people towards your fascinating material.

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  3. Awesome. And man, I loved me some Darklands. I even used to just gaze at the map and read the setting book over and over... :)

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  4. Darklands with all the patches was great. It was pretty good without them.

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  5. Ah, Darklands. The game I would re-make if I won the lottery.

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  6. Wow, this tunnel system is neat. Reminds me of the article in an old Dragon magazine about underground towns in Turkey.

    Darklands! Loved that game. Man, I wish the team that did the new X-Com would look at Darklands now.

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