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Re: Just a fairy tale

Posted: Tue Jul 07, 2020 2:42 pm
by David Whyld
If you were the player and you got sent right back to the start of the game when you had almost finished it, would you think it was a good idea?

Re: Just a fairy tale

Posted: Tue Jul 07, 2020 9:28 pm
by P/o Prune
David Whyld wrote:If you were the player and you got sent right back to the start of the game when you had almost finished it, would you think it was a good idea?
Well, the player won't know that this is close to the end of the game. But I get your point.

Re: Just a fairy tale

Posted: Tue Jul 07, 2020 9:29 pm
by rotter
David Whyld wrote:If you were the player and you got sent right back to the start of the game when you had almost finished it, would you think it was a good idea?
It would depend on how well signposted it was or whether it fits with the game. Might feel like a sudden death otherwise.

Re: Just a fairy tale

Posted: Wed Jul 08, 2020 7:22 am
by rovarsson
Is anything different about the game after you get sent back to square one? New background-story, tweaked puzzles, anything like that that would make it worthwhile to go again? If not, this is just sudden death with extra annoyance: UNDO and continue on the other path. Without UNDO (and noticable changes to the game the second time around) --> QUIT and forget.

Re: Just a fairy tale

Posted: Mon Oct 12, 2020 7:36 am
by P/o Prune
Well, a little late I know, but still :wink:
JaFT (Just another Fairy Tale) was finished in time, thanks to Lazzah and Denk who beta tested the living daylight out of it. (Thanks guys :thanks: )
My next project(s) will be:
Finishing D-Day
My entry for next years IF Comp "The Spanish Cross"