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Does anyone know what the map means? Does a round end mean I don't have the equipment to progress yet? A rectangle end surely means there's somewhere to go.... I've got no idea. If you do, help me!
If you could put it on the first post in this thread it would great too! I haven't found the map legend anywhere else!
I would like to know this as well
The round cul-de-sac things are dead ends.
I'm missing one picture on my mural. From what I can tell on a mural pic I found on the web, the one I'm missing has dominoes on it. Yet my map seems to be completely full except for The End (saving that for last). Any hints?
Edit: Never mind, I found it in the "Link in the Chain Reaction" puzzle.
OK, the one picture I'm missing is the one of the cake that has a slice missing. Any idea where you found that one?
EDIT: nvm found it right after posting, that seems to happen quite a bit to me. all that's left are the falling forward puzzles which I might just save until there's something at the end of them
The only mural drawing I'm missing is the one on the 5th row from the top, second column from the right (between the guy on the old timey bike and the guy trying to push a cow). I'm pretty sure I've got all the map pieces, so I think I must have just passed through a room at some point without clicking on the drawing. I just can't figure out which room that was! >_<
The black cube went into a dome thing, made something like the game logo, then exploded, then my PC went to desktop, did the game crash or was that the end? I know I haven't gotten all of the signs, but I do have most of them, and what I saw was definitely AN ending, I just don't know if it's THE Ending.
Do you think that the rubble joining to make the AC logo counts as a Late Title Card?
First off, I apologize if this is a little icky.
I can't remember what prompted this, but the other day I realized that I didn't know whether ear wax was something that the body generates, like snot, or if it was just an accretion of dust and other airborne gunk that settles in the ear, like belly button lint or whatever.
Or maybe it's a combination of both, like a bunch of assorted crud suspended in some kind of bodily substance?
Costume Quest sounds like what what you're looking for. It's a short, simple RPG that is charming as fuck, and can be finished in about a weekend. Hopefully it's still available after all the THQ stuff, though.
And if you are looking for light-hearted, but still mechanically rock solid adventure games, I can't think of a better one than The Book of Unwritten Tales. In my opinion, it's just about the definitive "adventure-ass adventure game."
I think the most fun I've had with levels in Blood Money was when I set out to apply the hiking/camping philosophy of "take nothing but pictures, leave nothing but footprints." I wouldn't want someone to find a body and ask a rhetorical "oh how could such a horrible thing have happened?" If someone was going to find any of the bodies, I'd want a baffled "no seriously, how the fuck DID that happen?"
*Edit: Although now that I think about it, there ARE some specific reasons why you might want to use these other weapons, @MistaSparkle. In quite a few cases, you can get away with openly carrying one of the makeshift weapons if you're in an appropriate disguise. If I remember correctly, guards will almost never give a second thought to a construction worker carrying a nail gun or a chef walking around with a meat cleaver.