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    Quote Originally Posted by goldenband View Post
    #42 - Downloadable title demonstrates the dangers of overeating, the wisdom of taking everything one step at a time, the difficult plight of the color-blind, and the truth of the proverb "You can't take it with you".
    Is #42 Fat Princess?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emperor Megas View Post
    Is #42 Fat Princess?
    Not Fat Princess, no. It's a much older game than that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldenband View Post
    #42 - Downloadable title demonstrates the dangers of overeating, the wisdom of taking everything one step at a time, the difficult plight of the color-blind, and the truth of the proverb "You can't take it with you".
    I'm tempted to say The Crooked Man but nobody in that game has an overeating issue.

    Is it an RPG Maker game?

    .... also, sorry I basically dropped out of sight here and elsewhere. I basically just got bored of the internet, and there had been constant thunderstorms as well. I wound up playing a lot of Civilization II, conquering the world as the Romans and thanking my lucky stars that at no point was I opposed by a small village of plucky Gauls with magic potions. That's not an entry in this guessing game but feel free to point out the reference if you like.

    I am however starting to think that the clues are getting a bit too obscure though, but I'm not sure what rule or guideline to put in place to change the course that wouldn't make the game entirely pointless. The only thing I can think of is a lot of clues seem to be focusing on very minute portions of a game rather than major elements, which can easily be misleading. But even then its hard to think of a guideline that couldn't potentially be contradictory or self-defeating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmond Dantes View Post
    I'm tempted to say The Crooked Man but nobody in that game has an overeating issue.

    Is it an RPG Maker game?
    Nope. This is a game for a 16-bit console.

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    Just a shot in the dark, but I'm going to guess Garfield: The Lost Levels

    ...though I can't see how that fits all the clues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jb143 View Post
    Just a shot in the dark, but I'm going to guess Garfield: The Lost Levels

    ...though I can't see how that fits all the clues.
    Not Garfield: The Lost Levels, but you've got the right basic idea (in terms of the thought process that I assume brought you to G:TLL).

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    Ah, got it...not Sega Channel but Sega Meganet

    Fatal Labyrinth
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    Quote Originally Posted by jb143 View Post
    Ah, got it...not Sega Channel but Sega Meganet

    Fatal Labyrinth
    Exactly! The game was originally a downloadable Meganet title; you can famously die from eating too much food; all action is turn-based including character motion; all magic items are initially identified via color; and gold only gives you a fancier funeral.

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