Ignatius wrote: »
Was there any explanation of why it was cancelled? Maybe it didnt sold well?
Nightsurfer wrote: »
[*]The "Bone" characters were not very well known (I don't know about the US, but not in the rest of the world.)
Nightsurfer wrote: »
The "Bone" characters were not very well known (I don't know about the US, but not in the rest of the world.)
And you think people know who Sam & Max are, except for those who actually care about adventure games? Before Telltale started making new Sam & Max games, very few people cared about these characters.
LittleBuddy wrote: »
Bone and S&M may not be that different regarding popularity of their comics
(...) but there is a big difference, which is the existance of Hit The Road, one of the best-known graphical adventures of all time.
it wouldn't be too cool to have three (seven?) chapters in widescreen and with better graphics and two with few options and somewhat dated (they still look good, but Out From Boneville could use a bit of fleshing out since it's pretty short and easy).
zombiemaniac wrote: »
DONT PLAY THE BONE GAMES! THEY ARE BASED OFF OF COMIC BOOKS! READ THE SERIES BY JEFF SMITH! IT IS CALLED BONE, THERE IS: book 1 out from boneville, book 2 the great cow race, book 3 eyes of the storm, book 4 the dragonslayer, book 5 rock jaw: master of the eastern border, book 6 old man's cave, book 7 ghost circles, book 8 treasure hunters, book 9 crown of horns. There is also a 10th book that is not in the series and it is called:
Loke wrote: »
I played the games first, then bought the comic books and read them with the voices from the games. They fit so perfect
DEN: What about some of the other franchises, I know you have announced the next Sam and Max, but what about future installments of Bone, or Strong Bad?
DG: There won’t be any more Bone games, our agreement ended. But Strong Bad, we liked working with the Brothers Chap. We worked very closely with them.
taumel wrote: »
Well, if that's true then it's kind of sad that they aren't able saying so on their own forum.
Icedhope wrote: »
They answered it at Pax, and some other company is doing a bone game. Who I do not know.