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A Tale in the Desert : ATitD Review

Posted May 06, 2010 by Jon Wood

MMORPG.com's Adam Tingle writes this review of the game that has gone through many tellings, but still retains its true sandbox nature, A Tale in the Desert.

In life I am Adam Tingle, a pessimistic ne’er-do-well desolate of real achievement or ambition- oh sure I can do impressive tricks afforded to me by double jointed leg bones but I am surely but a blip on the landscape of human excellence and achievement. There comes a time however, when I sit hunched over the glare of a PC monitor- I transform, I evolve; I am AdamHoTep, wanderer and architect of the desert. In the last handful of days I have labored on a compound of brick, flax and straw, slaughtered countless camels for oil and leather and I have even become and outstanding onion farmer worthy of note. My pursuits of escapism into virtual worlds of fantasy have brought me to real purpose in this land of Old Egypt, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls; I introduce A Tale in the Desert.

Read the ATitD Review.

 
 
 
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