If you just stick the tag "# CLEAR" at the start of the next section, that should do the trick :) Happy to try and help more, or inkle's official discord also has some channels for people working with ink
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Thank you, I'm so glad you enjoyed it! Nice, yeah Ink is a great tool, I had a lot of fun learning it for this game jam :) Definitely check out other inkJam entries too, there's a lot of great stuff!
This was a fun game for someone who loves The Mummy and Indiana Jones films (who wouldn't want to play as Rachel Weisz?) I wonder how many of the possible ways to die I discovered... Nicely formatted as well, and I'm curious to know what the hieroglyphs meant!
Thank you for playing! Yes, I agree the parser wasn't as flexible with MATCH and LOOK UP as I would have liked - my implementation was pretty rough and hacky, thanks to me writing pretty much all of this the day before the deadline whoops (that did help me get into the protagonist's mindset though!) I'd love to come back another day and make a longer and more robust game using the mechanic.
QVQ LBH SVAQ GUR FRPBAQ RAQVAT GBB?
Really liked the setting and atmosphere of this! Even with a mostly linear story, the choices added a lot in terms of making me feel immersed as the character, and the writing does a great job of dropping small but effective hints about the world.
The art is lovely! I was confused at first as to who was speaking (reading the comment that the player character is unseen cleared that up), but other than that this was a very intriguing and well-executed tale. Really nice job putting this together in a weekend!
Wow, this was amazing! I love anything with a time loop, and the story and design of this are both fantastic. Thank you for making this, definitely one of my favourite things I've found in the bundle so far. This is going to stick around in my memory for a while!
Oh no, I can do some investigating! Are you able to try a different browser? I’ve tested in Chrome and Firefox on macOS and Windows 10 64 bit, and mobile Safari.
There are also local interpreter programs you can download for free to play the .gblorb file, anything that runs Glulx files should do the trick: http://www.ifwiki.org/index.php/Interpreter