At this point, we're all pretty used to calling Maniac Mansion "the first graphic adventure game," and just kind of leave it at that. By that, I mean that the natural evolution of graphic adventure games is mostly centered on what LucasArts and Sierra were doing with the fancy new pointing-and-clicking peripherals, and not much attention has … Continue reading Early graphic adventure games: Murder on the Mississippi
No, seriously, I'm asking. What gives? It was teased by the current rightsholder, then apparently just dropped and forgotten. At least, that's how it seems. Maybe I should backtrack, in case you don't know what Toonstruck is. Because, even as popular as it once was, mentioning it still seems to draw some quizzical glances. Toonstruck … Continue reading Whatever happened to the Toonstruck sequel?