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August 19th-22nd 2011 :: Theme: Escape
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Crashes instantly when I play it. I'm running Windows 7, if that helps.
Sorry to be so harsh.
This is one that I actually regret playing. The first riddle is programmed backwards so the right answer gets you scolded then having to retry the room.
This put me off to trying doors at random until escaping. The red door was a decent touch but there is nothing here that could have been accomplished in two to three hours.
Not a bad idea, but presentation could be better. Not sure how this is central to the theme though. Also for a 48h compo, I may not have enough patience to read and solve them all. Also not sure what wally2069 means, because first riddle answer is also the right door...
Sigh... why did you made the player to move so slowly when answering the riddles?
Overall... few simple riddles you have to answer by moving slowly to the right door, with some story and a bit better ending (where you could move a bit faster).
Gotta agree with Wally, this is one of the entries which makes me fear the next game I'll try.
wally2069: The first answer is programmed correctly. Divide before multiply. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Order_of_operations - also, it took me more than 2-3 hours because I'm slightly less of an expert game developer than you must be. This is my first entry. It took time. My next game might be better - we'll see.
johnfn: yeah, it affects a few users. I'm sorry about that :S
Shigor: be glad it's not as slow as it could have been. That's quicker than I could have made it. I realise it's slow, but I can't change it now :P
Couldn't get it to work here.
A brain teaser. Interesting approach :-)
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