http://arianeb.wordpress.com/2013/05/24 ... ly-missed/
Felix wrote:Quite some hints, secrets and easter eggs revealed by Ariane Barnes:
http://arianeb.wordpress.com/2013/05/24 ... ly-missed/I do like the 3D barcode that leads to a real address!
Ripe wrote:Does anyone else have a problem with entering your own custom first date experience? I keep clicking on "Enter Custom" button but nothing is happening... am I missing something?
wagner wrote:Ripe wrote:Does anyone else have a problem with entering your own custom first date experience? I keep clicking on "Enter Custom" button but nothing is happening... am I missing something?
All that button does is reset the date value. The next time you start a game, it asks you to enter a new value.
Jerry01 wrote:Second, endings frequently come all too abruptly, and the results are extremely annoying. The prime example (spoiler alert) involves a person, some lightning, and a striking pose with a metallic object. Why?! I was having fun with this girl! She was naked, painted, and holding a sword! And then right when I think things are going to go my way (or not), game over?! I’m sure there must have been some sort of logic there somewhere, but it just felt like a way to quickly truncate a storyline, create fewer images and shrink the download size. Just sort of “I have a deadline, so that’s good enough.”
Jerry01 wrote:In Date Ariane, it was all there. Not ridiculously graphic, but sex was sex and it was celebrated. It was a reward. In SITA it seems that that reward is to be denied. Here’s my synopsis: “Let’s f@%$” “Duh, ok!” (Bouncy bouncy bouncy, the end). I’m begging you, if I’m going in through the out door, let me in! It’s Ariane for Pete’s sake! She’s got the best back door in the dating sim world!
humbert wrote:The "Ellison Array" thing is like that for me- no concept of what I'm trying to do, just random clicking. The first time I got there, I got lucky and hit the right combination within maybe twenty minutes, not really fun, no idea what I did. To me it's like playing "guess what three numbers I'm thinking of, in the correct order, between 1 and 500". It's a tribute to how interesting your game is that on the second play I tried for over an hour before giving up, never to see that ending.