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For my PS1, I knew the console more for its RPGs (Final Fantasy), Tomb Raider, arcade collections and various platformers. Imagine my shock when I learned that point-and-click adventure games were released for the PS1! I always saw stuff like King's Quest, Space Quest, Leisure Suit Larry, etc for the home computer market as opposed to the console market. Anyway, Blazing Dragons on the PS1 has my interest as I've watched part of a playthrough on YouTube of the game; its sense of humor reminds me a lot of Sam & Max and Freddy Pharkas. I want to grab a copy of it. I also learned of Discworld by watching the first few minutes of a playthrough. Besides Discworld and Blazing Dragons, can anyone else recommend more point-and-click adventure games for PS1?
Ever since I modded my PSP I got into thinking, not about the emulators I installed on it or the PS1 games. But Point and Click Adventure games, I know they aren't the flashiest games out there, most of them look like interactive cartoons. For example, I have been a fan of both Discworld 1 and 2 since the 90s, I even wrote my own walkthrough for Discworld 2 when I bought the PS1 versions which I still have. So after more years than I care to say I played both games recently and I really enjoyed them, and the humor was great. Unfortunately, I did have issues on my modded PSP with both games, the dialog would not play sometimes. But I was able to complete both games. It was fun taking it on the go, and I wish PSN had made these available. Okay I admit I tried using SCUMMVM PSP version first after finding DOS copies of both games, okay it worked fine...but it would save. I asked around and got zero answers, so I downloaded a copy of both games already converted to run on a modded PSP. Discworld Noir is another issue not released in the US and having a bad rep I made my own playable version. Which I will get to later after playing Grim Fandango Remastered on my unmodded Vita. Great game and the clues make about as much sense as the ones for both Discworld games. Meaning walkthrough time, and a gameplay video for the trickier parts. I got the game from PSN like I did for Day of the Tentacle, after looking for a walkthrough on that latter game I was happy to find it had as an Easter Egg a playable version of Maniac Mansion hidden in the game. Now for the reason of this post besides Blazing Dragons PS1 is there any other Point and Click game I am missing that I can play?