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Tomorrow Never Comes

by A. Bomire

Espionage, Pornographic
2005

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by Grimm Sharlak
The Bond books and movies have been spoofed and made homage to on many occasions, but A. Bomire has written quite possibly the first Bond-themed AIF. Not to say that there havenít been AIF with secret agents before (British Fox, anyone?) but this is the first game to take place in the Bond
universe, and as such can provide a new angle for AIF as well as some classic characters for the player to interact with.

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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
Great game, November 20, 2007
by Knight Errant (USA)
TNC is one of the most multimedia-heavy AIF games around, with plenty of sound and graphics. Although not required to play the game, they help build the James Bond movie atmosphere of the game. The plot is engaging, although understandably somewhat derivative of several Bond movies. Like all of A. Bomire's games, it's technically very sound. All in all, a fun game of medium-long length.


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