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    Thursday
    Jul152004

    Fallout

    INTERFACES: I ran across this screenshot of Fallout Tactics today on Moby Games.







    This interface is so rich, I just love it. Yeah, it wouldn't be good for anything other then a game, and it does break all the rules about being simple to understand and uncluttered. But something about it just makes me want to play with buttons and options and see what chaos ensues. (Besides, games are allowed to play with the rules more since they are more about enjoyment then ease.)



    The Fallout series was always great about giving their games' interfaces a tactile feel that correlated perfectly with the game's post-apocalyptic plot. RIP Fallout.

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