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Old 05-29-2007, 11:23 PM
Josh Jensen Josh Jensen is offline
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I do...I use all the names of our animals & play with them. Kids Mode and Regular. I also challenge myself to get a perfect score all the time (yes I'm weird )
Nice.

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Yesterday was the first day I actually reset a journey. I honestly did not realize it changed the puzzle!! YEAH!!!
The tips at the end of the level talk about things like that. They're also in the documentation you have access to now.

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I did the kids mode in the beginning to figure out how the game worked. I then played Regular but I was sure it would be too hard. Surprisingly enough I didn't find it that difficult. I might not have enjoyed the game as much if I began in regular mode but I guess I'll never know Now I can go back to kids mode & it REALLY simple. I think it would be a good idea to default start in Kids mode.
That was the problem with our group of testers. By the time we introduced the "Kids Mode", they were already seasoned "Regular Mode" players. Their initial view of the game was tainted, just like yours.

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Thanks for the link - I will keep it bookmarked. I do believe it would have helped to have that. The turtorials are good but I always felt I wanted a little more instruction. I got the game through Big Fish Games so I'm not sure what build I have but there was no help anywhere. That's what led me to find this forum - I was looking for help!
It was, in fact, the Big Fish Games build that shipped with the documentation (Program Files\Pathstorm\Docs\Readme.html) but not with a link in the Start Menu. I'm going to contact them to have it fixed.

And thank you for supporting us through Big Fish Games! If you'd like, be sure to let them know you like it, so they can position the game on their website according to its popularity.

Josh
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