Okay, I guess I'll just keep playing then. I can't access my old files and I didn't back anything up. Now I know someone on here is going to scold me for that.
*shrugs* it's not the end of the world, and if anyone does they should probably calm down as it's not that serious. They should have better things to do than to judge a stranger for not backing up the files to a game lolz.
If that happened to me, no amount of scolding by any stranger would be remotely as bad as losing what I've worked so hard to unlock. Speaking of which, I have all the worlds unlocked now, yay! I got super lucky while playing skyscrapers yesterday. A bonus world showed up for me, and I was able to get a decent score because of it. Now I have to struggle through the rainbow tower. That's a tough game, but I actually kind of like it.
Also, what is with the pollenating the date trees game in the desert? Everything is so close together, it's really difficult to tell which trees I've already pollenated and which still need done. It's like the princess's letters on steroids, because that game has the same auditory overload, but I've gotten used to that one a bit.
I just played online a little while ago and it said I had over 100 objects. What is up with that? I only have maybe 10 gems since I started over.
Objects include gems, mini games, boards, and cards. Idk what else.
Okay, that clears things up.
To whom ever keeps the separate deck manager app up to date cartertemm or sam, is their a way in the next version to be able to tell the application the name of your crazy party application.
I don't keep mine named crazy party betaXX.exe so I can keep my shortcuts up to date easier.
That's all I wanted...
Yep, certainly. I might remove that verification altogether. Until the next version, as a little hack you can create a blank text file called crazy party beta xx.exe and it'll run
Idk how difficult this could be, but could someone create a program that basically makes a list of your missing mini games? If not it's not a huge deal, but it'd be nice to know what I was missing and not compare my list to the world list and keep losing track because I have like 184 in no particular order.
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Before my other computer crashed, or whatever it did, I was able to unlock the forest world. Now when I try to play the castle world, I cannot get past that castle wall game. Is that a new one?
No, it's not new, but that isn't the path you take to open the forest. That path will open the city. Luckily, you just need a positive score to pass it, I sure as hell haven't unlocked that game.
I just realized that one of the posts that got nuked was the link to the awesome guide to Crazy Party, so I'll link to that here, because you'll be able to map out the paths from that.
As I said originally, I do wish it contained hints for some of the more difficult games, but this really is a great start.
1,538 (edited by musicjunky 2018-09-13 22:53:01)
Oh wait ... I did unlock the city. I guess I just forgot. I went through that game so many times though and kept losing all my coins! lol
And thanks for the link, going to check that out now.
Can someone explain how Snake Charmer works? I am beyond confused. The map seems like a tiny little square. Is the point to just keep the snake away from you, something like Hunting Ants?
1,540 (edited by UltraLeetJ 2018-09-14 18:35:53)
regarding snake charmer:
you should step close, very close but not too close. You should hear the snake almost in front of you. take it back, similar to the cows game one step at a time. Then you will hear acute pitched beeps when she is inside the brick.. concrete rectangle. Remember that you in all games can actually press more than one of the directional arrows at the same time and this works alright. It certainly help me pass some more mini games or run away from enemies in a funnily awkward diagonal twist so it can help you here too. When the snake is in the rectangle,, then you can do the patrol, kind of hunting ants approach. Whistle to it but just around the perimeter outside the rectangle and that should do it.
Thanks, I'll give that a try. The desert is now the only world I haven't completed. I don't count the intellectual, because it will take a miracle for me to ever get enough motivation to punish myself further by trying to complete that.
It is very anoying that I can't do anything with all these coins I've earned. What's the point of winning them if you can't spend them? Please add a way to spend them or do something with them.
the coins are basically your XP that determines your level, but level doesn't mean anything other than bragging rights, I wish level meant something.
1,544 (edited by Jeffb 2018-09-17 01:32:30)
If that's true I think XP should just be XP and coins should be something to purchase game things. It’s confusing the other way I think. I also agree that leveling should mean something.
The game's technically still beta, and though it really shouldn't be given the amount of functionality, the lack of uses for coins/levels might very well be one of the reasons why it is still considered a beta version. Hopefully we can find a use for them soon, but until then its probably best to just be patient and see what happens.
That's true, but I definitely want to see a use for all the coins I've collected.
I think I encountered a bug. When I was playing in online mode just now, the person I was playing with left the party, and my whole game froze. I had to end it in task manager. I was playing in competition mode, if that makes any difference. Also, related to that, I've noticed that once you're in an online game of any type, you can't disconnect from the party unless you end it in task manager, either, and I'm not sure how I feel about it. On the one hand, I can only assume it's an anti-cheating measure of some sort. On the other hand, sometimes unavoidable things come up, and bailing on the game is the kinder thing to do in that situation, rather than leaving the rest of the players hanging indefinitely while you attend to whatever business you might need to deal with. It seems to me that you should be able to press escape, at the very least, between games or battles. Especially if it's going to take down the other person's game as well.
Finally, I want to ask a serious question, but don't exactly know how to do so without coming off like a whiny bitch, but here goes. I came across some people the other day who were playing online in battle mode. We selected teams, and I didn't know what type to pick, because, unlike with cooperative, you're playing against real people, who make their displeasure known if you pick a crappy type. During the incident I speak of, someone asked me if I was new to battling, and whether I use Team Talk, which made me cringe so hard it wasn't even funny. I felt like a complete ass hat, someone so pathetic that I needed to be coached by a virtual stranger on a platform that I really don't care for to begin with. In my experience, at least with cooperative, while you may very well be dealing with people whose first language isn't English, so they shout at you to pick normal type the whole time, they're not actually going to say anything negative if you pick something else, unless they kick you, which of course can also happen, but that's beside the point.
So, what's the best type to choose when you're dealing with people who want to battle, and they pick that option that gives everybody 2500 HP or whatever ridiculous amount it is?
It sort of depends on your opponents. Most decks have counter cards (except for piston shot), and obviously some types get utterly wrecked by others. Ground is fairly solid, just wait until you have a few energetic mines in your hand, use earth symbols to get a lot of cards, and have fun with gravitational waves.
But there are tons more options. Perhaps I should write up a list of decks which work well in what kinds of situations. Yugioh has such things too, and they have way more options/decks. You could argue that you don't want to give away your secrets, but honestly there aren't really a lot of secret decks after you've seen them in action for the first time.