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Re: Children and Tomb Raider

Post by Jorge22 » 29 Sep 2011 23:08

Well, he's my son, that's how I know. :D
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Re: Children and Tomb Raider

Post by Alexandre Simões » 01 Oct 2011 15:59

You... played TR since the age of 3? I must say I'm surprised. Weren't you perchance afraid of the TR5 mechanical serpents in Rome by that time?
I was, but that didn't kept me from playing ( I only played tr2 and tr3) when you were out. (and that thing with the mechanical serpents only happened once :D)
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Re: Children and Tomb Raider

Post by Jorge22 » 01 Oct 2011 16:26

Only once, ok... :roll: Never mind, I just spoke to you and I believe you picked up a few medipacks and so... I still stand by my belief one needs to be seriously capable of abstract reasoning in order to play Tomb Raider - and even so... :)
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Re: Children and Tomb Raider

Post by Alexandre Simões » 01 Oct 2011 20:24

I didn't say the opposite.
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Re: Children and Tomb Raider

Post by Jorge22 » 01 Oct 2011 22:51

The opposite of what exactly? Oh, well, we'll speak later on. Hugs. 8)
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Re: Children and Tomb Raider

Post by Alexandre Simões » 01 Oct 2011 22:55

I still stand by my belief one needs to be seriously capable of abstract reasoning in order to play Tomb Raider
Of that. Am I paranoid? Perhaps. :D
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Re: Children and Tomb Raider

Post by Jorge22 » 01 Oct 2011 23:03

Don't say that. People may tend to believe you... :)
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Re: Children and Tomb Raider

Post by Alexandre Simões » 01 Oct 2011 23:08

OK then, for all the community: It was a joke. :wink:
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Re: Children and Tomb Raider

Post by Sarikman » 30 Jan 2012 12:17

I have played some TR levels from the original TR games with my 7 years old niece. She is pretty smart, even she is so young. When she was 2 years old she knew how to speak in greek and she was learning phrases in english too. Lats week we played my level set and she was "helping" me. I was using the direction keys and she was using the action, the jump and pistols. She was understanding everything and she is excited about Lara Croft. Every time I am with her, she wants us to play again and again.

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Re: Children and Tomb Raider

Post by The Raven » 11 Apr 2012 21:44

My daddy introduced me to Tomb Raider ( THE FIRST ONE!!!) and I was.. just three or four, then we started play the whole saga... until Tomb Raider the last revelation, where we got stuck on the library level... from 2000 i'm waiting to get inside the library again and solve the level once for ever... just to say "hey I won, at last!" (yes, I started Play again tr4 today again, and yes, Me and my daddy played TOGHETER... now I play alone, of course)
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Level 3:0% completed
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Re: Children and Tomb Raider

Post by rufierto » 17 Apr 2012 06:52

I started in my 30's, and my ten year old has no interest in TRaider, except for wanting to use the editor, he does not want to play the games. :rolleyes3:
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Re: Children and Tomb Raider

Post by vimmers » 17 Apr 2012 07:02

rufierto wrote:I started in my 30's, and my ten year old has no interest in TRaider, except for wanting to use the editor, he does not want to play the games. :rolleyes3:
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Re: Children and Tomb Raider

Post by Will Raider » 17 Jun 2012 11:41

I was 8 years old when I first played the TR 1 demo lol. Now i'm 25, how time flies by!

In my oppinon TR is a game that is probably alright for anyone to play but for the really young ones it may require some parental guidence incase they may get scared of some things in the game. I mean look at me, i'm 25 now and i'm still scared of the Sharks and Giant Spiders in TR 2 lol.

When it comes to custom levels I am just the same, I have to skip levels due to them having Sharks and Giant Spiders in them lol. But yeah, TR is a PG game in my oppinon but available for most people :]

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