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Thanks for an awesome game

I just wanted to tell the creators of the Penumbra series that Penumbra has been one of the best games I have played in a long time. It was highly original, and extremely addictive. I wish you guys would sell penumbra merchandise so I can display my love of the game on a hat or T shirt. I would seriously buy a Penumbra T shirt.

I loved the feeling of moving from the past into a more modern setting as you progressed through the first episode. I love stories with history in them. The ice lake was pure gold; it was a huge surprise and a relief for my brain after I was walking through all those dark tunnels.

The second episode was a success. Lets face it, Clarence made the game what it was. That character idea was awesome, and the voice acting was extremely well done. The monsters turned out to be a breath of fresh air also, not being your typical, "Guy spills jar full of experiment wackiness ensues."

Main stream game developers have their heads so fare up their asses that they would never create a work of art like the Penumbra series. Rather than continuing to create sequels based on the penumbra story, why not create spin offs based on the same universe?

I would also love to see new stories based in a similar weird science fiction horror setting. Some Lovecraft based work perhaps?

I was so satisfied with the ending to black plague that I had hoped there wouldn't be a sequel or continuation of the story from the main characters point of view.

How can you top that nasty dark ending?

Anyway; thank you guys for creating these games. I try to spread them as much as I can by word of mouth. If I can get someone to play Penumbra they're sucked into the game and love it.
09-01-2008, 01:53 AM

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