Agreed. One of the things I liked about Montezuma's Revenge before I
gave up that project do to copyrights is that a lot of items such as
juels could be in rather difficult places to get at. You might have to
climb up a rope and swing off to catch it in mid air, or a bunch of
them might be suspended over an open pit or something. Vanishing
platforms etc were a nice touch as well. Many of those little touches
were introduced into several mainstream games that came after
Montezuma's Revenge.
So if we have falling items over pits or having to jump up to grab
something makes it more fun in my book. The more difficult and
challenging the item is to get the more fun the game is. It gives it
something extra in replay value.


On 10/16/10, dark <d...@xgam.org> wrote:
> I agree ryan items appearing over pits deffinately adds variety and
> challenge to the game., it's also similar to many mainstream games where
> you'd have to grab items over dangerous drops.
> If any change should be made, i'd suggest the possibilitiy of getting
> something better from a pit falling item thus giving players more insentive
> to grab them.
> Beware the grue!
> Dark.

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