GodsSlayer, The Novelist
104 wins / 96 losses
You are the Casemaster. Your name is Casemaster. You can solve any case presented. However, your reputation is about to change. A mysterious stranger left you a mail, telling you about the code they want to solve. They provided some clues, but it is not enough. They want to know who wrote this code and will pay you handsomely to figure it out. However, someone is trying to stopping you. What must you do now to decode the code? *Remember to sleep before you take a trip to somewhere big, otherwise you might have to go home and sleep. Also, make sure you have a lot of evidence.* If you see any "Codemaster" words in this game instead of Casemaster, please tell me the page so I can change it. And if you see any Codemaster-related-thing, like any words like codes, please do the same thing as when you found out about any Codemaster words. Before, this was a Codemaster game, but I change it. Anyway, that's all.
This is a school type game, and it is sure to include some action, adventure, a teeny romance, and a great ending. Part 2 completed.
You don't feel like going to school, so you skip it. Now you feel very bored and want to play something. This game is suppose to be about doing activities. You have to go around and do something. Like go in the arcade or whatever. There will be a variable called Time, and once it reaches 12:00, you have to end game. To get your score, I will multiply the number of activities you do by 1,000. Alright, let's play! *Ten activities is the maximum. If you can do ten activities, you win the game with 10,000.* *Whoever gets to 10,000 score on this game is the master of Skipping School. (I can't be the master of Skipping School because I created this game and know everything about it, so it's cheating if I competed)*
Two robots are united to help save the earth from the evil space aliens. The robots are the only chance to help earth. If they fail, earth is doom. But there is a truth of all. Someone among them is betraying. Who could it be? Play to find out! *UPDATE FROM APRIL 8TH* I corrected the spelling mistakes and maybe grammar mistakes. Change what I said when you click on the wrong option, I didn't know I was that mean before.
This is the second part of The Robots United whom you play as Unknown. You friend, Sera, has betray you, and it is up to you now to get the Bloodstone and destroy it. Then the earth will be free of aliens. Choose carefully and good luck! For those who don't know what the colors stand for who when they are having a conversation, here is the answers : Red - You, Unknown Green - The alien general Blue - Sera Elite aliens - White with black background. If you want a longer storyline, I suggest you choose right if you're planning to go to Crystal Hell. However, if you're going to Destructive Forest, well, its going to be short. If there's any page that you die on and have End Game and Leave Comments or Bye bye and when you leave comments, it doesn't have score, tell me so I can fix it, or maybe not because I hate you. If there is anything I miss or did not do, or there is a dead link, please tell me so I can fix it. Thanks, or maybe not, but oh well. Thanks, Havacoman, for fixing my game! Edit Grammar Mistakes - 9/30/06
A Roman quiz to test your knowledge on Rome. How much do you know? Note the sarcasm so don't think the answers you pick will be correct.
Incas, Mayas, and Aztecs Quiz
A quiz on the Incas, Mayas, and Aztecs. Bonus questions are A LOT, so you can gain points to redeem for the questions you miss.
You were once a sane, happy person who led a wonderful life, but robbers came and killed everyone in your family...and they were celebrating your birthday too. Sad. In this game, you explored the options and try to piece the story together. This is more of a story than a game which means there will be a lot of text and one option paths. This is actually my first time pouring myself so much to make a decent story. Hope you enjoy.
Moctezuma: A Tale of Grievance
Moctezuma's tale of the invasion of the Spanish conquistador, Hernan Cortes, and his men who later conquered the Aztec Empire. *NOTE: This is pure fiction. I am only attempting to write from Moctezuma's perspective and think of what he thought of the whole event. Also, I am implementing my own little twists and plots to make the tale longer and possibly more interesting."
Recent PostsCategory on 11/18/2007 1:03:24 AM
Yeah, in my history book there are two names, but Montezuma is more common. However, I got used to the name Moctezuma since I learned it last year in a different book. I guess I might change it to Montezuma depending on its popularity. Well, I'm researching the fall of the Aztec Empire and the legend that Quetzacoatl will come back, but it doesn't say much about the legend. I'm thinking of adding up events that led to that legend, y'know, to make it more interesting. Also, I'm creating new events, such as small rebellions erupting in different parts of the empire. In most parts, I believe Fantasy adventure would most likely be the category, but I had intended to make this game for Edutainment because there aren't a lot of games there..but I also want to make the game a bit longer...Category on 11/17/2007 8:39:01 AM
I'm creating a story (that must be my 50th time saying that) that depicts the tale of the leader of the Aztec Empire, Moctezuma, containing the events that lead to his fallen empire and his feelings toward it. At first I was sure of marking it as Edutainment, but then when I started to think of adding fictional events to it, I'm not sure of putting it in that category as it isn't all fact-based. My question is, should I stick to Edutainment? There's seems to be no other Category fit for this story.Dialogue discussion on 11/17/2007 8:06:14 AM
It isn't necessarily realistic, but more like showing off their personality. Like how if you trip over a wire, you can take it as a little thing and ignore it, or curse it with the f-word. Personally, I've never use the word before, but I know that the thing is some people have a tendency to overuse them. Therefore, you might find them tedious and repetitive that way, but if used correctly, they're actually a great tool. I was reading a book or so lately and one of the adults in the story was using the f-word and the way he used it in accordance to his actions created, for me, a very distinct image of his personality. Therefore, use them, just don't overuse them.I wasnt planning on posting this but... on 11/17/2007 5:24:59 AM
Ah, how long has it been since I've been active... Anyway, hope you recover, Nate. I had fevers before, but they never rose that high.Destroy Super Team Strike Force on 6/19/2007 9:05:44 PM
If you can't finish it, ask me, I'll help you.How to Get Motivated for Running on 6/17/2007 5:32:46 PM
LOL! Yeah, I tried doing pushups and situps, but then it got too tiring/boring and repetitive (even with music playing from my computer). I also tried reasoning with my parents, but they always end it with a "No" and even if I started spouting reasons why they should allow me to run outside, they'll just interrupt me and say "No." It's really frustrating so I just gave up >.< They watch me sometimes when I run in the backyard and then went back to doing whatever they were doing before -_-My parents aren't American-type, they're more country-ish.Cysid against dueling now? on 6/15/2007 6:27:04 PM
Ah well, that was a thought.Cysid against dueling now? on 6/15/2007 6:10:55 PM
LOL uncapitalize! I never tried that before since I always capitalize his name.How to Get Motivated for Running on 6/15/2007 5:45:22 PM
That's impossible. They won't even let me go to my friend's birthday party.Destroy Super Team Strike Force on 6/11/2007 8:59:18 PM
Well, he's trying to portray a terrorist, and he probably used racism to help you guys picture him as so.