Hi Thomas,
I am assuming that at the start of the game you have just entered a dark room and would have a lit torch in your hand. I imagined that the torches left behind in the tomb would make a smoldering sound as if they were short of oxygen and when you light them they could burst into fire.
This could be done using the same torch sound by increasing the pitch.

I also have a suggestion about the rope sound.
A swinging rope should slow down if a person was climbing it.
This could be done by lowering the pitch of the rope sound.
I love the reaction words to creatures!
and everything else sounds great!
Phil

----- Original Message ----- From: "Thomas Ward" <thomasward1...@gmail.com>
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Sent: Tuesday, February 24, 2009 8:07 PM
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Hi Phil,

Phil Said:
When you start the game you should have a torch burning.

Tom Asks:
Why? There is one right there not more than three feet away from you.
You can easily grab that one light it, and continue on your way. Just
feels a little like overkill to me to have a torch burning when you start.

Phil Said:
When you pick up a torch in your inventory is should be out and hitting
 enter would
light it.

Tom Says:
I am assuming here you mean when you select it from the inventory list?
I suppose we could do that, but I had reasons for not doing it that way.
For example, suppose you have a torch when crossing the flooded room.
You wouldn't want it to go out when coming in contact with the water. In
that case you might want to keep it ready, but not light it until you
climb out onto the far bank.At wich point start up the torch.

Phil Asked:
Do torches have a time limit?

Tom Says:
Yes, they do. Depending on your experience level the time limit will be
longer or shorter.

Phil Said:
If they do the w key should say torch burning.

Tom Says:
Ok...Well, it does say torch when you are holding one, but I didn't see
any need to add if it is burning or not, but I suppose I can.

Phil Said:
If and when the torch goes out it should make a fizzle sound and w would
say  torch
burnt out.

Tom Says:
Torches do fizzle when they burn out or come into contact with water.
Smile.


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