Not sure if this counts, but I've written stuff (typed usually) for friends who were stuck in certain points in games that I've already played.
Besides that, don't think I've taken any notes down for myself.
I know a friend that take notes in like DDTank or something similiar, when he does that there is no way to miss his opponents, so wasn't that fun to play against him since he won't miss.
Same goes as the game called Pangya, you need to write notes to become the very best player.
I've sort of done that for a friend who's into racing sims. Example, we both have GT5 so I written down cars to help him through levels and stuff like that.
Originally Posted by LiNuX
I remember when I was younger and my parents thought gaming was evil. And they limited my play time except on a few games they thought where "educational" like Oregon trail.
They had a journal option in there. Looking back I bet that was for game note taking.
I actually used it for a journal, because members of my caravan would die or something notable would happen. So I filled in the weak story content with my own elaborations. So when a character bacame sick, I would write about how poor Tod had fallen from the wagon into a river, and was swept downstream and clung to a rock. And by the time we pulled him out he had hypothermia and developed a fervor.
Or the odd time someone die from an accident with little explanation, I would write about how a log feel on them when they where clearing the road. Or a bear at the children who where picking berries.
after my parents noticed the journal they must have read it because they stopped liking that game.
How am I doing? Ambivalent. Look, thats the word I'm using, either I am ambivalent or I'm not. -see what I did there?
Hahaha, that's hilarious! I image that your stories must have made the game much more exciting :P
Never ever took notes before, but thinking about it for Minecraft and LoL. Just coords, reminders, build orders, etc.
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The only games I ever written down any notes for is the Monkey Island series. It'd be almost impossible to beat without a guide if you didn't take any notes.
I only ever took notes for puzzle/adventure games like this, though I only played about half of Monkey Island 4
Originally Posted by Trunks
I took notes with pen and paper for puzzles in the Myst series, The Neverhood Chronicles, and like games, though.
Oh, and I've done plenty of math crafting for League of Legends but all of those notes are digital.
this is adorable XD I definitely did things like this with some games when I was much younger though I don't remember any explicit details like this.
Originally Posted by BobTD
I'm pretty sure cheats wouldn't count as notes. So the only game I can think of that I'v made notes for is Zelda. Oh yeah and I'v written down some notes for Morrowind and Oblivion. As said before, I think it just depends on the game.
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