Other Games / Fez, a game right up Earl's alley
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  1. SteveCastro says:

    After playing Fez and excitedly uncovering some of the secrets on my own without any guides, and then frustratingly discovering that some of the secrets were way beyond what I ever would have wanted to work on, I realized this game would be perfect for Earl.

    It's a fun game overall even if you, like me, wouldn't have figured out the most minute details.

    Apparently, the final solution actually hasn't been completely solved any ANYONE yet. :)

  2. darkbluemullet says:

    I don't wanna know anything about things "up Earl's alley". I play on the PS3 so haven't played it but I looked it up and it looks awfully frustrating. Is this the puzzle you talk of?? -> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=__T7KqLicSc P.S. Reminded me of this excellent game -> http://www.kongregate.com/games/SophieHoulden/boxgame

  3. Earl says:

    Awww... why's it have to be xbox? :(
    And it's so cute, too!

  4. SteveCastro says:

    We're too homophobic for the phrase "up one's alley" now aren't we?

    DBM, yes that's the puzzle. They've brute force solved it but haven't figured out how you were supposed to solve it.

    I didn't realize the game wasn't on any other system.

  5. Darkroot says:

    @Early Actually that question can be answered by the power of the internet. Seems like the developer is a keyboard warrior that likes telling people how to play the games and alienating different sets of gamers. He thinks that the game should be played on the weekend on a couch in front of an Xbox and that PC gamers can keep their cash because he doesn't care about them. Seems like he is a very rude individual in general with not the smartest concepts outside video games.


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