Programmers like to come up with fun ways to pass the time, and this CSS-only adventure game is one such option. It features a simple text intro that looks like a vintage computer or video game. It moves on to directional movement of a character through a maze. The game is colorful, fast-paced and takes about 10 minutes to complete.
As the guest goes through the game, it is necessary to do a few tasks. One such task is a combination lock. Many of the people who checked out this game had a tough time with it. The combination lock uses symbols and numbers, but there is a red herring that may cause some distraction. Achieving the solution leads to further adventures within the virtual environment. A few testers noted that the lock got stuck after they had already played the game once and solved it. There may be a bug in it that allows a wrong combination to open it, then it gets stuck with that wrong combination for future adventures. The game's developer is working out the kinks.
The game offers some hints in the backpack and in the decorations of each environment. There is an inventory of notes to check. To do that, click on the backpack. It is also important to pay attention to the dots. Be sure to click on all of the boxes in order to get all of the notes and add them to the backpack's inventory.
This little game uses state management accomplished with check boxes. It works on IE, Edge, Chrome, Safari, Firefox and a few other browsers. People with iOS have had trouble viewing it and rendering the content. A few people testing it had problems on mobile devices, but many were able to use it without any concerns. People with high-security firewalls and ad blockers also noted some problems with displaying all of the content of this game. This may be specific to different browser versions and the security settings on the device. For more information click here https://codepen.io/jcoulterdesign/full/NOMeEb/.