Updated with next file.
Contains: Final segment of Fun Tuesday added, aka the pool/billiards game with Carrington and the others.
Current average playthrough:
- Total average: 120,000(vague estimate) (This segment is currently around 75,000 words compared to the 65,000 words it was previously, so 10,000 added to this, I think? Unless my previous estimate was off, which is possible since I don’t think it was quite 10,000 that I added? Hard to say, maybe it was.)
Alright, Fun Tuesday is officially done now. Please give it a try if you haven’t, and if you have, give it a try to see whether the added stuff is good enough in your opinion.
Since I want some data on it, it’d be nice if you could answer the following two polls below:
Is there a sub-scene that needs more work in the current segment?
- No, they’re all good.
- The poker game needs work.
- The pool game needs work.
- The TV watching needs work.
- The arcade game needs work.
Should I let the player go through all four options, or is just two a good balance?
- All four please.
- Two is a good balance.
Anyway, starting tomorrow we’ll move on to other stuff.
Depending on what you’ve chosen previously, it might include a visit to the hospital or other such things.
We’re also at the part of the story where I’ll be skipping forward a bit due to the as-of-yet-not-implemented subplots, so don’t be shocked if the third day is over in a flash(since it’s mostly subplot related).
The fourth day will consist of a relatively hefty set of scenes, and we’ll be spending a bunch of time there.
After that we’re almost done with the ‘basic’ stuff, meaning we’ll be skipping forward a day or two again due to sub-plots, and I’ll implement the ‘cut-off-point’, which is a party of sorts. It signifies that I’ll be doing the much talked about “second polishing run” to make sure everything makes sense before we continue. Essentially I’ll implement the subplots as well as some other relatively minor but as of yet missing ‘basic’ scenes, and other such things, which may very well take a while. After that there’s a bunch of more stuff before the finales, but it’s hard to estimate how much it actually is since things can change a lot compared to my original plans.