Anybody play Temple of Elemental Evil?

It’s available for Windows 7 platforms here and it’s six bucks.  Did it suck?

Moe Lane

PS: If it sucked and you see another one on here that was like ZOMG that was so good or something, sing out.  I haven’t played a lot of these, mostly because I was poor when they came out.

PS: The main site is GOG.com; they apparently go out, buy rights to games from now-defunct companies, reconfigure them so that they work on later operating systems and sell you the result for less than ten bucks.  Seems like… a pretty good deal, actually.


  • Tom says:

    Planescape: Torment. Absolutely fantastic and still to this day better than most RPGs out there. Since they didn’t have to record voices for every line of dialogue, the conversations have far more twists and turns (and length) than anything out there today.

    I still love the more recent stuff, but nothing’s quite as immersive as this.

  • Catseye says:

    It’s pretty good been thru it three times, so it’s worth replaying. The different alignments have different story lines.

  • Rob Crawford says:

    Hmmmm…. Dungeon Keeper. I don’t have a Windows machine, but I do have virtual machines… I wonder…

  • Phineas says:

    Don’t know about ToEE, but they have the old King’s Quest games from Sierra, which I just loved.

  • physics geek says:

    I played the ToEE back in the paper D&D days. It was pretty cool that way.

    Yeah, I’m old.

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