I often have trouble finding guides for achievements/certain endings/required stats for Choice Of Games. And I was wondering if anyone here would be willing to share any tips-n-tricks they have.
For these games, especially/specifically:
The Mysteries Of Baroque
*Werewolves: Haven Rising
*The Hero Unmasked!
*Avatar Of The Wolf
*Choice Of Magics
*Psy High/Psy High 2
*T-Rex Time Machine
And whatever other game I add to the list.
I could put together guides for specific questions for some of these games, but there are ways for you to get a good look at the games’ code yourself to find your answers.
@Eric_Moser Here ya go!
First thing you have to do is choose the game whose code you want to see!I’m using Community College Hero 2 because I love staring at Hedonist’s beautiful nose as I work.
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This is how to see the code of a game opened in the webbrowser via the CoG website. To view all chapters of a game, you’ll need to have it unlocked to an email address you used to login to the CoG website (not the forum). You can get a game unlocked by using the purchase transfer service offered by the cog support.
About extracting the code on Steam:
For starters, you will need to locate the games installation folder. By default the path should look somewhat like this:
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There are different methods if you’re playing via Steam. I’ve described one method for older games here, and this is a method for modern games that have packed the game files in an app.asar file:
There is a way, but it’s different now. In your app installation, there’s a “resources” directory containing an app.asar file containing the code; you have to extract it.
There may be an easier way to handle this, but here’s how I extract asar files.
On the command prompt, run npm install -g asar to install the asar compression tool
cd to the directory containing the app.asar file and run: asar e app.asar dest
That will create a new folder called dest c…
There’s a thread about Blood Money achievements
here which may be helpful, and if you have any specific questions about Blood Money I can answer as best I can.
I’d prefer a guide or two, but I don’t want to be a hassle. Also, the code-looking seems too complicated. I’m into more simple explanations.