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So why the gift of 3 1/2 apples? Two reasons. 1) It’s the thought that counts — I’m sure Women Wise will get it together and produce quality games for my gender in the future. 2) Just because I didn’t like it, because I prefer Annie Hall-type romances, doesn’t mean the masses won’t eat it up. After all, The English Patient won best picture of the year.
So who would enjoy Lotus Spring? Quite simply, people who don't play computer games. Lotus Spring is perfect for your wife, mother or anyone who doesn't understand why you spend every waking hour in front of your Apple Studio Display banging away on a game pad. DreamCatcher realized this, which is why they they tie up the box with a gold string complete with a small gift card claiming Lotus Spring to be a "A gift of love..." It's also good for children, as it exposes them to other cultures and challenges them with puzzles. In fact, because all of the text in the diary can be narrated, it could also help them learn to read. And, of course, it's non-violent, and that's an important buzz-word these days, isn't it?