Once upon a time, I moved out of my parents’ house and into the world. I had a decent paying job, so one of the first things I bought was a shiny new Packard Bell computer (I didn’t know any better yet!). And the first game I bought for that computer was The Neverhood.
This game was made entirely from stop-motion using clay. It was beautiful, funny and HARD. Back then, we didn’t have much of an internet to look up help files or forums. We had to figure things out for ourselves. This is why a lot of us didn’t finish many games back then, and this was one of those for me. It was a puzzler through and through. There were always levers and buttons that did some unknown thing. Your next step usually wasn’t obvious and you would get all frustrated and AAAAHHH.
I digress. This was actually a fun game. I haven’t played it since way back then (1997ish). I don’t think I would play it again as I want this one to remain a happy memory. Sometimes, when you play old games, they are just not as good as you remember.