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Old 23 June 2004, 22:49   #21
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the company who bought them owns the rights to the games
Not that thay do anything whit it
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Old 23 June 2004, 22:54   #22
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The industry today is cool business, with no feelings for old s**t
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Old 26 June 2004, 19:34   #23
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Getting back on-topic....
Although maybe not open 3rd party plugs, there were also games quite guilty of in-house plugs.
Eg: Sierra Adventure games, Leisure Suit Larry games had numerous plugs from Lefty's Bar featuring a Kings Quest Moosehead, LSL II looking through a fence knothole for a peek at a new "police quest game", LSL 3 finishing around the Sierra backlot etc.
Lemmings having level backdrops from a few Psygnosis titles eg: S.O.T.B, Awsome etc.
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Old 27 June 2004, 11:36   #24
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The Secret of Monkey Island had an ad for Loom on it.
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Old 27 June 2004, 13:13   #25
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Pretty much all Lucasfilm / Lucas Arts adventures have plugs in them. In Monkey Island 2, for example, a 'Max' costume is hanging in the costume shop, and examining it, Guybrush says something like "this makes me want to buy the latest comics by Steve Purcell".
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Old 27 June 2004, 18:13   #26
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There were a lot of product placements or manufacturer logos that appeared in the Epyx Games series (e.g. California Games)
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Old 08 February 2019, 01:34   #27
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There was Georg Glaxo, which was a game for the drug company Glaxo. (No HOL entry? I can do some snaps for that i guess)
Then you had Snapperazzi, a sorry excuse for an advert for The Sun, Domino's Pizza AND Fizzy Chewits!!!

I think we shouldn't include movie tie-ins and the like, should we?
Do you have an adf?

Edit ignore this...
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Old 11 February 2019, 23:01   #28
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Oh! and "action biker" which obviously didn't have anything to do with the cardboardy corn snacks which tasted worse than the wrapper of a mouldy McDonalds muffin you found in a refuse bin over a month after purchase.
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