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Apr 7, 2013 | 1:57 PM EDT

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Brainy Buccaneer 10 Points Find the pirate treasure

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This is a short, standalone puzzle, based on a project I did in school. Just use logic to solve the puzzle. The instructions show you which logical rules you can use.

Drag the clues to the slots at the bottom in order to create more clues and find the treasure.

WARNING - If you drag a clue to a slot, it's locked in, so think before you drag!

This is a short game with ZERO replay value, but I think it would make a good mini-game (I know one DS game that uses something like this). I need to get back to my AS3 studies and start planning a larger game.

UPDATE - OK, I'm using this as a minigame in my large game.

Reviews


RogueMMXIRogueMMXI

Rated 4 / 5 stars April 7, 2013

I enjoyed it but it is to short. Maybe solving one logic puzzle should let you progress to the next puzzle. Solving five puzzles would have made it seem more of a challenge.



UndertakerNLUndertakerNL

Rated 4 / 5 stars April 7, 2013

I like the game concept. It's too short, but it has potential. It's not too difficult. I suggest you make another one with more difficulty and a longer 'gameplay'.



ArthuruhtrAArthuruhtrA

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 7, 2013

Brilliant idea. I always have loved logic, especially logic proofs. I appreciate this game highly. I hope you create something broader using the same concept. If you want further ideas or assistance, let me know.



FlyingForForFlyingForFor

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars April 7, 2013

Unique idea, I honestly have never played a game like this. I just think a little more atmosphere could help make this game a little better. It seemed a little dull without any music and just the bland, white background.
Also, I thought you could make it so after you choose a clue and put it into "Put Clue Here" section, maybe you could make it so you can take it out or move it before putting in a second one. I know you did that intentionally, or at least I assume after reading the "Author Comments" section.
If you do ever decide to make something like this again try to make it a tad bit longer. This was quite short but it was a nice way to pass some time.



solofire084solofire084

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars April 7, 2013

You have to do a small amount of logic solving to get the answer. Some more artwork, maybe a small map, some characters would definitely help. Pretty good premise so far, keep refining it!