Another example of gamedesigners copying realworld images.
You know 80s, man!
I can’t help, but for me it looks like that Zak wears his underwear over his tights on the cover…
Maybe that, or it´s just the prominence of his allmighty pelvis!
It’s the Superman costume… the secret of Zak McKracken is that his real name is Clark Kent.
Well, now we know that those crystals can´t possibly be made of kryptonite, then!
Steve Purcell draws pants like that.
Oh yeah, I also loved the TV commercial for it that was on like all the time!
I mean look at those special effects, that was just a commercial for a board game!
Ah, the times when you couldn´t throw a stone without hitting an Arkanoid Arcade Machine. Good times!
Yes, but consider for that period was a great gaming experience! One of the first game ever using the sculpted miniatures?!
Not putting down the game or game experience in anyway down. I´ve heard somewhere it was used to ease beginners into AD&D. If anything I think they discontinued it far too soon (like after I only two years, I believe). Good luck getting a complete box of it these days for a reasonable price!
Are modern games like “Descent: Journeys In The Dark” in any way comparable to it?
Yes, it was basically D&D for beginners as you said I’ve never been too much into the RPG world but I do own an original copy of Hero Quest, yeah! Also I have collected the entire Mutant Chronicles cards (has a value of about 600 euro more or less)
And here one of the oldest and timeless gaming moment in the history…
This pic makes me impatient for the next TwP Patch!
This pic is fun, the left guy (casual approach), the couple (funny experience) and the right one (PRO pose)
I also wonder whose groceries those are.
commercials, commercials, and more commercials… how awful…