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What about 'playing' a book?
Are there any gamers here? Two things I really appreciate in books are good plot and humor. So I can say games are like interactive books for me. Anyway, that is a pity a am not able to play my favorite books - there are no games based on them. If I were a game developer, I'd like to make a game based on Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children. I think the book has all things the game requires - dynamical plot, different characters with variable magical abilities and interesting locations. And what about you? Are there any books you'd like to 'play'?
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