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Oquonie is a textless adventure across an intertwined megastructure. · By Rek & Devine

How do you read the drawings on the wall.

A topic by BaserangerX created Feb 26, 2021 Views: 350 Replies: 3
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I keep on seeing these things on the wall. When I bump into it, a drawing shows up that looks like it could be a map, the only problem is that I don't know how to match it up with the rooms around me.

Im also wondering what the floating plants are for.

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Well, it seems like you're on the right track. Maybe try and map out the rooms and how they connect on paper, see what happens :).

Some items are decorative, some are not, plants do embellish a room though.

Should I also draw the floor tiles. I found that some floors and walls in the beginning area have different textures and I don't know if its just aesthetic or if it has some other meaning. Im wondering this because in the room with that person with the glasses there is a different texture for the middle tile, the tile the person is standing on, and the table.


Floor tiles can be indicative of something special, but it's not a fixed rule. Sometimes they are decorative, other times they bring your attention to details, or serve as markers for special doors.