Hey, everyone. Just wanted to let y'all know that my game Survival of the Fittest! has been published. Please play my first storygame and leave your comments below:
Why? You may ask...
I recently played it again and noticed some things that need to be fixed. I need help locating all the mistakes!! I plan to unpublish the game on the 27th, tomorrow, to fix all the mistakes I find along with any noted here! Thanks to anyone who helps out!
(Also, if you find the game is too challenging, please let me know... I'm debating posting the solutions to riddles within the Final Puzzle in the game. Thanks!)
Update: Fixed all the mistakes I found regarding some of the links.
Final page count is 96. Final link count is 203.
And I am done trying to fix this darn game...
Sure, when I first played through the game and found I couldn't do something, I figured that was probably intended, and when I tried again using different actions I got through that tough area. That's the danger with puzzles, give too much away and there's no intrigue/challenge, don't give enough away and people think the intended 'block' is a mistake with the programming of the game.
I will go ahead and post this here for those of you that do not the full walk-through that are struggling with the riddles. These are the solutions to the riddles, but not the code for the final riddle of the game.
A mother and father have four daughters. Each daughter has one brother. How many members make up this family? -The answer is 7.
How can the number four be half of five? -Take away F and E. You will be left with IV. This is the roman numeral for four. -The answer I used for the solution is 5.
If you are running in a race and pass the person in 2nd place. What position are you now in? -The answer is 2nd. I used 2 for the solution.
I'm in you, but not in him. I go up, but not down. I'm in the colossium, but not in a tower. I'm in a puzzle, but not a riddle. What am I? -The letter U. I used 'you' as my solution: your room was number 4 on the map. Answer I used was 4.
Two in front, two behind, one in the middle. How many are there? -The answer is 3. This is how you find the answer: (12)3-two in front. 1(23)-two behind. 1(2)3-one in the middle.
There is a man stuck in a room that has two doors. Behind those two doors are the following: In the first, a sun that will toast anyone who enters. In the second, a fire-breathing dragon that smites anyone who enters. How does the man escape? -He waits until night, then leaves through the first door. -I used first or 1 as my solution.
Seldom seen displayed as three; It would be bad luck you see... XYZ, What can I be? -Solution is 6. Seldom seen as three 6's together...
--Hope this helps! And thanks for playing! :)