Spadge wrote: »
Shouldn't we get some kind of schedule for this? I have no idea when the next map is coming out and I have the gold fever.
Ash735 wrote: »
Is anyone else getting "Unexpected End of Archive" when downloading the Avatars? I tried yesterday and just thought it was the servers but tried again today and the download still ends way too fast and the archive only contains av_elaine.png with that error message.
Apple24 wrote: »
Other than that, brillaint job Telltale. This has to be the coolest idea I've heard in a long time
mintfresh wrote: »
Also, the second time I played the game, the green stuff coming of Guybrush had a big green square in it occasionally, anyone had that?
Jake wrote: »
I think this is a "running during the main run of the season only" type deal.
joeldee wrote: »
Someone asked if WiiWare customers will have to wait until the Wii version releases to hunt ... well, you all can get started in the free demo version of the PC game right now if you're keen to get started.
WinterSnowblind wrote: »
The unlockables are pretty cool, but I'd definitely love to see different outfits we could unlock for Guybrush. Being able to use his MI1 and MI2 looks would be super awesome.
PinkPig wrote: »
The "avatars.zip" file is corrupt for me too. I also only get the 2 maps, so I guess the third wasn't supposed to be there!
kruador wrote: »
It's a ZIP file stuffed inside the GZIP format. Possibly Telltale's webserver is trying to compress it (pointless, it's already compressed) but not declaring it as compressed with the appropriate HTTP header, so the browser doesn't remove the GZIP wrapper.
Rename it as avatars.zip.gz and some tools will have a better chance with it. I found 7-zip could understand it.
Fulvio75 wrote: »
so if i want to wait for all the episodes to be released before playing i'll miss this in the whole?
Jake wrote: »
Yep. If you wait until Star Wars comes out on DVD, you can no longer go to Taco Bell and get a cup with a picture of Yoda on it which might let you win a free can of Pepsi, too. In other words, in the grand scheme of things, it's probably not a big deal if you miss the treasure hunt. It's a fun thing to do during the wait between episodes, to get psyched up, etc, and you might win something, but it's as far from an essential piece of the game as you can get.
sidoch wrote: »
Will the fact that I live in europe affect my chance of winning prizes? The tresure hunters from the states will probaly discover the maps before me, so do I have to stay up alle night if I want to win a cool prize too?
( btw, sorry for the poor english)
LewisKerr wrote: »
I tried launching the game today for the first time since I completed it a week or two back and it just comes up with an error message :"Telltale Games has encountered a problem" etc etc... I re-downloaded the game to see if this helped but still the same problem. Any suggestions?
Gman5852 wrote: »
but still, I wont miss it if I wait to treasure hunt on the wiiware version right?
Ahoy De Fancypants wrote: »
I got the two prizes, and am lovin' the wallpaper. The four tarot cards just scream chapter-centric clues.
[Disease refers to C2, Scientist to C3, Victim to C4 and Transformation for C5 methinks]