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Submitted by Tuxmask55 1080d ago | review

MAUSBACK: Inherit the Earth | GamingFurever

If you were a furry in the early nineties, you probably remember that Avatar and VCL were the largest repositories of furry art on the web, you talked to most of your furry friends through FurryMUCK, Furtoonia and IRC channels. And if you were a gamer as well as a furry in the nineties, you might remember that outside of the customary cutesy platformer mascots such as Bubsy, Sonic and Aero, there was a general dearth of games with anthropomorphic characters. Well, at least ones that weren't aimed at children. There was no Ironclaw, and any fictional furry world had to be experienced online through text-based role playing in MUCKs and chat rooms. (Inherit the Earth, PC, Retro) 4/5

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