Daisy Goes Pop v1.1 [DOWNLOADABLE]

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Post by delta » Sat Nov 20, 2010 6:44 pm

ClientFan wrote:The only unused items I have are the Sheet Music and the Umbrella.
I think Granddad may be a bit curious how you ended up with the umbrella....

I'm certain I used a letter in the pillarbox...

regarding Dizzy, I pressed enter next to the left-hand block. Took me ages to figure that one out. :v2_dizzy_mad:
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Post by ClientFan » Sun Nov 21, 2010 11:44 am

delta wrote:I think Granddad may be a bit curious how you ended up with the umbrella....

I'm certain I used a letter in the pillarbox...

regarding Dizzy... Took me ages to figure that one out. :v2_dizzy_mad:
Umm have I managed to do something I shouldn't have with the umbrella then :v2_dizzy_confused3: I discovered that room after I'd been in that area several times - I assumed the entrance initially appearing but then quickly vanishing was something that is meant to happen, related to turning on that green device in the previous room, and that I just hadn't noticed it at first.

Although it still leaves me no better off! I can't find any letter anywhere (I'm assuming the 'hit' is a certain Elvis one), and I've done the 'Dizzy' title already but there's still a star in the room. Aaargh!

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Post by Grandad » Sun Nov 21, 2010 12:18 pm

ClientFan, The (allegedly) clue to the other title was Daisy saying 'That's my man' when actioning the dizzy logo, and Delta has already told you what to do.

Also, the letter is not hidden, it's in a house you've been invited to visit.

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Post by ClientFan » Sun Nov 21, 2010 6:15 pm

Whoops x2 :v2_dizzy_blush:

Thanks Grandad, I really enjoyed that! Nice little variation on the usual theme, and a pleasure to look at as always. I'm still left without having used the sheet music though, was it a red herring?

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Post by addicteddizzy » Sat Nov 27, 2010 8:02 am

Bit slow as usual, just got round to playing (and finishing) this. Loved it!!!! Combined two of my very favourite things, pop music trivia and a Dizzy game :)

Big thanks Grandad, lots of fun and head scratching :v2_dizzy_clapping:

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Post by dizzykei » Fri Feb 25, 2011 9:41 pm

I found all 61 titles, but i didn't use sheet of music... Can it be used somewhere?

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Post by Grandad » Sat Feb 26, 2011 10:16 am

Sorry, the sheet music was a bit of a red herring - the puzzle was to get 'unchained melody' and mislead people into thinking that the sheet of music was what Donovan wanted rather than a bottle of ketchup.

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Post by dizzykei » Sat Feb 26, 2011 11:49 am

I thought Donovan want musical instrument, but then read in wikipedia that mojo - name for ketchup.

Tnx for the game! Design isn't very impressive, but idea of gameplay is cool! :v2_dizzy_cool:

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Post by delta » Sat Feb 26, 2011 12:42 pm

dizzykei wrote:Design isn't very impressive
meow! :oooo:
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Post by Grandad » Sun Feb 27, 2011 9:02 am

Glad you liked the gameplay Dizzykei, as gameplay is the most important thing in a game. However, brightly coloured, blocky graphics is what I do ...and in my favour, I do try and design lots of new pictures for each game.

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