Post by BusterTheFox on May 16, 2012 23:37:29 GMT -8
I wouldn't say it's as bugged out as you say it is. But there were a couple of things I found strange.
The only real "bug" that I found in the game (besides the bug itself, LOLOLOL yeah, I know, pun...) was when I walked onto the falling boards, I decided to walk right back off. xD I had to drag a new one out of the character's drawer, but I blame that on myself, haha.
I managed to get along pretty well at first, actually. I grabbed the Magic Book and got past the black parts. Then I found that those walkways had appeared in that Snake area (SUPER LAGGY!!! Haha. My computer didn't like all the moving parts, lol). I managed to get by that area without dying and obtained the whistle. After I got that, I couldn't find anything new. I found a button and some blocks, but I just walked on top of the blocks and the button pushed me off of it.
Even if it didn't have a whole lot to it, it's actually one of the more enjoyable games of yours that I've played so far. It kind of reminds me of the old 8-Bit games like The Legend of Zelda... Except not as crazy-hard! XD Just because of the way you go and collect items around a large overworld with no explanation to go with it. Anyway, I liked it! It was fairly easy to figure out what I was supposed to do after I got the book.
It would be interesting to see what the end goal of the game would be.
-- Oops; I just realized I forgot to read the About This Sim blurb! XD Double oops, looks like it tells you what to do after that. D: Time to play again~!
Okay, once I found out what all of the items do, I managed to get a lot farther. So the end of the demo is when I burn the first rope and save the woman? Yay, I beat it~! XD
Anyway, now that I played through it again, I had a lot of fun with it. I even found a little debug thing you put in for the water. I like this kind of game where you figure out where to go by yourself (even if I did need to use the About This Sim thing as a helper for most of it).
I hope to see more games like this in the future, good job!