Arnulf wrote : I do not quite agree with tlaero and her rules, because such a game is individual everytime and the game-creator should have his free decisions, how to make the game-story. Nevertheless it is not easy to understand all of the single steps and why they are working and why not. But believe me, in short time the main points will have been cleared and then for the short-thinkers there will exist something like a walkthrouguh!
bforce wrote : Tlaero gave some really good advice again.
By listening to her previous advice on the Amy-game you already improved this game a lot! Now listen to her again and work on your storytelling/balance skills and your next game will be AWESOME.
I don't know how you plan those games, but maybe some kind of flowchart on paper before you even start working on the technical stuff will help. Maybe it also helps to start small (creating one possible path) and then just making it bigger by building more and more stuff around it.
Really looking forward to updates and/or new games!
Jiimbojones wrote : It was challenging but I didn't get totally frustrated by it, I think people are getting a little overboard.
The things that added to the sexy variable threw me off at first because she seems pissed, but I was able to figure it out by looking at the code.
Try it again, the Club Route and the Spa Route split off during the beach scene... If she's wearing her red dress, she's not going to be interested in going to the mall.darkknight wrote : @Graen
I tried your walkthroughs, which were very helpful indeed, but the last one was unsuccessful in my case. I did as u wrote, but couldn't manage to go to the mall as Jess replied each time by "Not really a place that I want to go to now. Let's go somewhere else. Could you tell me what I`m doing wrong and how to fix it?
Spoiler:darkknight wrote : she only wears the red dress how can i change this?
It's a slight difference, but it makes all the difference.Graen wrote :
Stop and just stare at her beautiful body
I'm admiring you, Jessica <Happy +1>
Arnulf wrote : As to my opinion, I think, reading and using the posts here give hint for hint to the players and sometimes they can get a further step into the game.
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