Yup! You are a wanderer who has gotten lost in the forest and comes across a cabin. As you enter the cabin, you get trapped inside and have to puzzle your way out.
Here is a link to a zipped folder: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B-glpdaTYwBvUTBzRXhLUEp2MU0
Download the folder, unzip the link, then you can play it through your web browser. Alternatively, if you have a z-machine interpreter, you can play the .zblorb file, which would ultimately be more convenient for both parties, as you can type "script on" once gameplay begins to start a .txt transcript that, once sent to me, will allow me to see all the different commands/actions you tried so I have a better idea of what I need to fix/improve.
I'd love to help you with your game! Would you be willing to help me with mine, as well? Here's my e-mail: email@example.com
i will definitely figure it out :)
it's "Just Another Day" by Theodore C. Lim, but the link on IFDB is the old version. I was planning on e-mailing the testers the new version before I officially release it, unless there is a better way to do it that I am unaware of.
Actually i just started. This is my first year. But that's actually REALLY good to know! My sister lives in Berkeley.
Hi! I will be sure to check out the cookbook tomorrow.
I was a teacher at a small private school, and as much as I loved it, it was becoming too hard on my finances. I wasn't about to teach in the public schools (too much politics and not enough teaching), so I decided a career change was in order. Growing up I always loved playing around with wires and batteries and motors, hence the choice in electrical specifically.
Where are you studying? I'm currently an undergrad student at Kettering University in Michigan.
Hey that's my story! "Just Another Day". I feel so famous! :P
Seriously though, it's kinda cool to see something I made get mentioned in a place that I didn't even know existed (imzy.com) until today.