UnStriped_Tiger, The Contributor
I may be stupid, but at least I'm funny.
This is to test how well you know British-English! I've been studying British-English.
Let me know if there's any problem ;)
This is about a simple school day. You do work, you talk to friends, and you eat lunch and breakfast.
I know the game is short, but it's only part one. I'll make a part two if this game gets good reviews.
There are three endings, one of which is a bit of a secret ending. Kinda.
Go easy, this is my first game. I'm going to spend the next few months making a game called 'One Wish'.
Let me know if there's any problem. :D
You take the role of Nathan Wood, a ten-year-old boy with no friends. You and your family are moving from Wisconsin to Missouri. Your goal is to make a friend in Missouri before you start at your new school. Good luck and have fun.
Let me know if there's any problem. :D
This quiz is about the Oregon Trail and some things to know about it.
Maybe the Oregon Trail "doesn't matter anymore," and I get that, but I think there's something really cool, really interesting, something worth knowing about the concept of going across the country in (or next to) a covered wagon. Take this quiz and maybe you'll see what I mean. We could learn something important from the pioneers who went on the Oregon Trail. They showed bravery, strength, persistence, and many other traits. In times of need they kept going.
We have evolved from those times. We need not panic when we have a cold. We don't have to worry about how we're going to get from one state to another. This doesn't mean we aren't strong. If we learn more about the Oregon Trail, or the 1800's in general, we will understand more, we will learn skills that we don't need these days, but by learning them we will develop other skills that we do need.
The Oregon Trail is a very important part of history if you ask me.
Let me know if there's any problem :P
You are a 15-year-old problem kid named Jagger Davies.
Various problems in your life have forced you to look for a way to deal with them.
How will you handle your situation?
It's all in your hands.
This game is about Phil Eggtree when he was in kindergarten. You have to use the little(ish) knowledge you have to escape the school. Based off of the Riddle School series by JonoChrome.
The Bering Strait Crossing is a theoretical crossing between Russia and Alaska. When the Bering Sea is frozen, it is possible to walk on the ice from Alaska to Russia, or the other way around.
In this game, you will take on the Bering Trait Crossing to get from Russia to Alaska, in a completely inaccurate simulation made by a bored teenager.
Recent PostsDo you guys think this is a good idea? on 6/27/2017 6:24:55 PM
Thank you for your help!
Do you guys think this is a good idea? on 6/27/2017 5:53:14 PM
Probably A well spent lunch break.
Do you guys think this is a good idea? on 6/27/2017 3:55:25 PM
I was going for a heartwarming story. But I guess whether it's heartwarming or not depends on what option you choose.
Do you guys think this is a good idea? on 6/27/2017 2:18:05 PM
Do you guys think this is a good idea? on 6/27/2017 11:19:49 AM
I'm a new user, and I had an idea for a new story game. It's about a boy with no friends. He moves to a new state and tries to make a friend there. I thought it was the perfect idea, but then I'm like, "maybe I need the people's opinion first." So what do you guys think? Oh, and please don't take my idea.
Here is my description
~You take the role of Nathan Wood, a ten-year-old boy with no friends. You and your family are moving from the fictional town of Saltbrooke in Wisconsin to the fictional town of Coldale in Missouri. Your goal is to make a friend in Coldale before you start at your new school. Good luck and have fun.
Let me know if there's any problem. :D~