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PostPosted: Thu Jul 26, 2012 11:15 pm 
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I have noticed in MOULa (I think NoorMax was who I first saw say it) that people refer to real world ages,
I sort of elaborated the idea a little ... you'll see what I mean :

The Kitchen Age ... to solve the Coffee / Tea puzzle with the "I've got cake!" mini game

The Bed Age ... to solve the Sleep puzzle with the "Dreaming" mini game

The Bathroom Age ... to solve the Soap puzzle with "Rubber Ducky" mini game

Can anyone think of others?

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Umm... Doorbell age? Solve the ringing puzzle with the guests minigame?

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Maybe the Garage Door Opener Age where people need to obtain an opener first mini-game?

BTW...I didn't do the text enhancing thingy it just happened...Maybe the powers that be need to check that?

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I've often thought of my game-development tasks as puzzles... you know, figuring out how to make a particular interaction work correctly or weeding through some technical challenge trying to find a solution. :lol:

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/me requests hot chocolate be added to the Coffee / Tea puzzle, for those that don't drink tea or coffee :)

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rha3l wrote:
/me requests hot chocolate be added to the Coffee / Tea puzzle, for those that don't drink tea or coffee :)

Ok, just for you :D
The Kitchen Age ... to solve the Coffee / Tea / Hot Chocolate puzzle with the "Cookies" mini game

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What about the Marriage Age with the "Wife/Husband" puzzle and the "Yes Dear" Mini Game

Or the Job Age with the "Keep Smiling" puzzle and the "Get up and Do it Again" Mini Game

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The sofa in living room age for lazy state mini game (as a first step for the bed age) ?

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Alien wrote:
I have noticed in MOULa (I think NoorMax was who I first saw say it) that people refer to real world ages,
I sort of elaborated the idea a little ... you'll see what I mean :

The Kitchen Age ... to solve the Coffee / Tea puzzle with the "I've got cake!" mini game

The Bed Age ... to solve the Sleep puzzle with the "Dreaming" mini game

The Bathroom Age ... to solve the Soap puzzle with "Rubber Ducky" mini game

Can anyone think of others?


I always thought the Bathroom age led to the Sew Age?

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Alien wrote:
I have noticed in MOULa (I think NoorMax was who I first saw say it) that people refer to real world ages,
I sort of elaborated the idea a little ... you'll see what I mean : The Kitchen Age ... to solve the Coffee / Tea puzzle
with the "I've got cake!" mini game / ... /

Well, I suppose that came as a natural :wink: .. Making coffee, something to eat, what have You. It's a kind of a puzzle
[or struggle, if tired] You need to solve on daily basis, always af bit different from the last time. But I could also add ---

The Supermarket Age ... You do need fill up the supplies on Your Relto [or the"secret" stach in the City]
[alt. The Corner Shop Age, if You're in a hurry]

The Slumber Age ... I know I've used that some times. Need to have a nap now & then [Some do that in
the City, I've always wondered why!]

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Here's one that's particularly pertinent for me at the moment, considering my second born arrived 3 weeks ago:

The Parenting Age, which is much larger than Teledahn, with regions such as Pick Up Your Toys Canyon, Finish Your Vegetables Forest, and Don't Drink the Bathwater Lake. Puzzles include a weight-balancing mini-game using soiled-to-clean diaper ratio, a sleep-deprivation game where you must prepare a bottle of formula with the right ingredients and the right temperature with only one hand, and a twisted trivia game where you must answer the same question sixty times and come up with a patient, unique answer every time. You may also have to collect blue or red pages.


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