Given the current tie, I'm debating on how to handle a tie breaker. We could push the vote back another day, have the first person who voted for the losing game change their vote, or simply wait until a tie breaking vote is cast.
OK, so, after an hour's worth of gameplay, I've got some advice:
- Never, ever, go near the well. I mean it. ...OK, fine. Save first. - If Pino has trouble doing something, no matter how many times you get him to do it, one of his stats might be too low. - Don't feed Pino-Arino defective computer chips. This might sound like it'd be obvious, but you shouldn't. Really.
This is an interesting game. It's almost a little like Pac-Man 2, with an actual narrative. It's kind of dark, too, with how many people you find saying "No, seriously guys, FUCK robots." It's not always clear what you're supposed to be doing, and getting Pino-Arino to not be an asshole isn't always easy, either. Still, can't wait to see where people go with this!
Last Edit: Nov 6, 2012 1:44:18 GMT -5 by Bobinator
Trying to accurately click on anything in this game is a nightmare.
What gets me is that the cursor actually moves with Tinker, so if she flies up a few pixels too high you can't click on anything. You'd think the cursor box itself would be static while the pointer is animated, but nope!
The game does indeed have mouse support, unless it was mentioned in the manual but removed in the final product, but that's incredibly unlikely. I haven't ever tried it with a mouse (I've never used a SNES mouse period), but I gotta say, I have never, ever had the slightest bit of trouble controlling the game on an actual SNES with a controller. Could it be possible that the emulation is causing some kind of problem?
When I start playing, maybe I should go with the fan patch. I've never played it on anything but the actual hardware.
I can confirm that mouse control in this game is incredibly finicky. I accidentally clicked on the well while trying to praise or scold him and he went into of his own accord despite trying to stop him numerous times.
He'll always wander around a bit on his own, even opening doors and picking up items and such. If he's in a real sour mood, he'll ignore practically all of your orders. It's best to always keep some pudding on hand in case he gets pissed off.