Actually, I like having to play the game over when you die for a few reasons: 1. You get more familiar with the game by playing it more.

2: (and here's one I'd like to see the comments from others on), It could be used as a strategic score builder if the game were set to actually take you back to square 1 after selecting your type of game and level of difficulty. By this, I mean that you would be presented with a whole new set of monsters and obstacles, although you do start with the items you have attained thus far, increasing your score as you work your way through the newly randomized game. I wonder how hard this would be for Tom to incorporate or even if it would be a good idea? It would give both replay value and a challenge, as well as add frustration which some gamers would like and others would not.


Finally, thanks for the subject change reminder.
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----- Original Message ----- From: "Che" <c...@blindadrenaline.com>
To: "Gamers Discussion list" <gamers@audyssey.org>
Sent: Wednesday, February 25, 2009 8:26 PM
Subject: [Audyssey] MOTA starting over when you die, was:Re: Tomb Rater


 HI guys,
First of all, could you guys please try to follow some list etiquette and specify your subject lines to what you are talking about? There is a ton of traffic on here about the game, and I don't care to read through 50 messages about ridiculous torch suggestions to get to something that merits actual discussion. I'd say the majority of the messages of late have nothing to do with subject line other than being about MOTA. A little consideration here would go a long way, thanks. Regarding starting over, I think it is a lot to ask the beginning accessible game player to work through the entire level again each time they die on arcade beginner mode, wouldn't it be enough to start them one room back from where they died? Even on the old side scrollers of my youth, you didn't have to start over at the beginning if you died in most cases. But then, I'm old, lol.
later
che

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