The Rare/Obscure RM Games Request Topic

If Legacy made it I might give it a go sometime. You happen to have any other games on it that might be considered rare?

Also requesting Deadly Rivals again if anyone has it.

Nothing that struck me that way, but I only gave a cursory glance. I'll try and boot it back up and search the titles I have on this thread, or even make a list. Chances are some of the ones I have on there aren't available online any more, even if nobody remembers them or has requested them. For preservation's sake, it would probably be good to upload those if/when I find them.

The Rare/Obscure RM Games Request Topic

You're welcome. I for one honestly didn't expect anyone else remembered this game, much less wanted it.

I'm curious to know what you think, as you'll be the only person I know besides myself to play the game at all in recent years.

The Rare/Obscure RM Games Request Topic

Is anything rare or obscure on the Internet?
I can't find The Shadow of Life by Legacy anywhere.
I do keep finding old reviews for it on the Wayback Archive--all of them positive, if not glowing.

So, this is my newest request.
I know it's a longshot, but hey...

(And you guys with your comments and theories regarding my game-finding prowess literally made me laugh out loud.)

I know this is a bit delayed, but you're in luck.

After stumbling upon this thread and reading this, I remembered that I had played SoL a lifetime ago, on a computer that is now sitting in my attic. I thought I'd do right and haul the thing out to see if the game was still on there, and it was!

Without further ado:

It's a very fun and interesting game, quite unusual subject matter, and definitely didn't look like anything else that was being made with RM2K at the time (I think it was sometime between 2000-2002 that this was a new game).

When I first played it at about age 12, I thought it was so advanced and sophisticated. Now that I take another glance almost a decade later, there's still a lot that's pretty incredible about this game, especially considering it was developed by a high school student (at least according to the archive of Legacy's webpage, which you thankfully showed me). There's also some juvenile aspects perhaps, such as the spelling at the beginning, but I'm leaving the game completely untouched. Enjoy!
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