OMG didn't see the message lol. As i said, what i like about 3D puzzles is that developers usually add some story to them and the fact that you have an extra dimension to solve them Have you ever played any of those games? graphic adventures are awesome too...different kind of puzzles though, not so based on physics, more of a riddles and finding objects.
Though i have more, right now i'm only using PC and PS3. I like lots of genres like puzzle, graphic adventure, platforms, action and rpg but my favourite is horror (i think this is more a sub-genre though).
Yeah, Harry Potter (the first 4 books), The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas, The thing (it's really the same lol), some Poe novels like "The Masque of the Red Death", a TV show named "wayward Pines", and i dont know if it counts but "Dagon" (film) and "The Call of Cthulhu: dark corners of the heart" (videogame) are adaptations of the book "The shadow over Innsmouth"
Hi.Yes books can allow time to develop a character with more depth and layers.I think a book can match or surpass a movie driven by dialogue.Such as a comedy or drama.But a movie driven by images,visuals I think makes more impact than an equivalent book.Such as the Matrix,Avatar,Star wars.Good point too you made about music and soundracks.
I think both can tell a good story. Books are usually more lenghty, therefore they have more time to develop their characters and story, and eventually you feel more attached to them but a movie can be as good with good actors to give life to its characters and also has something that books don't...soundtrack, and i think music (which unlike images, cannot be recreated through writing) alone can also tell you a story without words.