I’m already lost in the forest.
Go to 28 and use out “19”
I’m stuck in a loop between 15 - 26 - 15 - 26 - …, but at least I’m getting filthy rich .
Pretty neat for a 35 paragraph Choose your own Adventure, though!
Finally managed to make grog, makes your mind kind of bounce around with all the numbers.
Took me 15 minutes. It was fun!
I cheated, accidentally, and got the icecream for free.
Could have used a save system for the forest maze though…
Speaking of Ron on Twitter (note: he did not make that choose your adventure, only retweeted), here’s an interesting thread (no need to read the full article, just the start and then the replies on Twitter):
This is the FUNNIEST adventure game I have ever played
I used to make things like this when I was in middle school, pen and paper adventure games, but you couldn’t play them yourselves, I needed to be there to say whether your choices were right or not.
This is genius.
11 > 4 > 5 > 19 > 28 > 2 > 12 > 24 > 15 > 26 > 15 > 16 > 28 > 19 > 30 > 35 > 33 > 17 > 9 > 30 > 19 >
28 > 32 > 25 > 29 > 34 > 25 > 32 > 16 > 28 >
19 > 6 > 7 > 14 (there is 2 ending) > 10 > 6 > 19 >
28 > 2 > 12 > 18 > 20 > 12 > 24 > 8 > 28 > 19 > 30 > 22 > 23 > The End
Great! It took me 15 minutes, it is fun! It’s a compacted “decision story”, very nice!
The intricacies are more complex than I initially suspected.
Since I like graphs, I made one:
- Go to the woods and find a dollar
- Buy ice cream and find a battery
- Go to the woods, find the kid and exchange the battery with a shovel
- Go to the store e trade the shovel with a hat
- Go to the woods, find the bear and get the boat key
- Open the boat - Win
You can die only if you ask the shopkeeper for red dye. You have to take the dye from your boat.
Hoping they make a sequel where we finally get to learn the secret of Mancomb Seepgood.
Am I stupid or did I miss something? I needed just 30 secs to make grog. Go to boat, I have rhe key, got the dye, poison made.
Well, actually, you have to get the items first and you can’t go without them.
I think that you missed this:
Practically you started a career of Dungeon Master when you were in middle school.