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In 1987, when nobody seemed able
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[url=]pc game for sale[/url] having to type a command to the syntax analyzer, this system was controlled by means of text icons. To interact with his environment, the player clicked on an order, on an icon representing an object in her inventory, or on a part of the image. This approach was first used by LucasArts for the game Maniac Mansion
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LucasArts would come to differentiate itself
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Gilbert's attempts, Maniac Mansion and Zak McKracken and
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Steven Spielberg collaborated
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Taking advantage of advances
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