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Buff Back Giveaway: Game 15 in session


#81

well this is interesting, seems that both are correct, @Luxen am i wrong?


#82

It could also be Manic Dance, but I think that’s less likely so :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


#83

just in case i was right, i forego and disqualify myself, wasnt after a game to begin with but like the challenge


#84

There’s no rule against it in this round, though if it had been wrong then there would have been a penalty for each wrong letter.

Congrats, you both guessed the correct password!
I have no idea if you both sent your guesses at the exact same moment or if there was a microsecond discrepancy, but either way you’ve both earned a prize for your efforts. :smiley:

Please send me your desired prize via PM and I’ll send it to you shortly after.


The truck comes to a screeching halt and the people within it are safe at last.
Look’s like Sizzle’s off to solve another mystery.


#85

congrats to @pegasusz

their answer literally appeared at the same time as mine, and like i said, i withdraw :joy:


#86

Ah, I missed that message.
Thanks for letting me know. :sweat_smile:


#87

What a fun ride! Thanks for the game @Luxen and congrats to @M00 as we found the answer together :grinning:

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Cook, Serve, Delicious! :yum:


#88

Dice seem to be pretty popular around here, so the next game is… a board game!
It’s nothing complicated, really.

Game 8:

Kirby: Right Back At Ya! - Board Game - Side A (Wendy’s)

This is a board game that was loosely based around the Kirby anime that used to air on Fox Kids/4Kids years ago, which was localized as Kirby: Right Back At Ya! (originally titled as Hoshi no Kirby in Japan). It was available in Wendy’s Kids Meals while the show was being aired, alongside many other toys. (Unfortunately, I only managed to get the board game at the time.)

Normally, the game is restricted to 4 players and movement is based on the card that you pick from the top of the deck during your turn, which ranged from 1-5 (each number had a different amount of cards available) and a single Lose Your Turn! card. Since that doesn’t translate well to Chrono’s dice system, the rules will be slightly different.

Rules:

  • A minimum of 2 people are required to play the game. There’s no limit to the number of players the game can have in this instance.

  • You can roll a 1d4 dice once per turn.
    @discobot roll 1d4

  • If you land on a Draw Again space, you may roll a 1d5 dice once.

  • If the GM reaches the goal, the game will start over again.

  • Please refer to the list below for turn order:

:game_die: Name
1 Luxen
2 Fraggles
3 ascherwedel
4 SeekerSupreme
5 FacuBlues

#89

I’ll start off the game now.

@discobot roll 1d4


#90

:game_die: 3


#91

Congrats, you haven’t left the starting block yet.


#92

Yay me.
This is what often happened to me in Mario Party 4 on Toad’s Board…
I can’t even move until a player who’s interested in one of the prizes joins in. :joy:


#93

@discobot roll 1d4


#94

:game_die: 3


#95

Alright, strong starts here. Spinning our wheels at the line.


#96

Huzzah, we’re both stuck.
Let’s see what Discobot says now.

@discobot roll 1d4


#97

:game_die: 3


#98

I’m dying here, haha. :joy:


#99

Oh we just keep going, Not waiting for any more participants?
I think I’ll hold off for a moment while discobot gets over this 3 phase.


#100

Yeah, that’s the gist of it.
As stated in the rules, the minimum amount of players needed is 2 (ie. GM + participant).

Clearly Discobot must be drunk atm.
Someone needs to sober him up.