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This 'game' is very much in alpha. Bugs may cause things to get deleted without notice.
Keep in mind that commands may change without warning, and things will break.
That being said, the CoU dev team wants you to know that they care about you loads and hope you'll have fun in this little world.
Children of Ur is a game about exploring, imagination, having fun with friends, imagination (did I already say that one?)...
When you first start out in the world, you have no money, items, or imagination. Your goal is to
get as much of these as you can have fun.
To get more money (shown at the bottom left of your screen), you can collect currant quoins (the brown floaty-spinny things) to get enough to buy a pick, then mine rocks. Or dig dirt. Or harvest something. But whatever you collect, you can sell it to vendors (the floating brown things that follow you creepily) for money.
You can get imagination points (shown at the top left of your screen) the same way, but with the purple quoins.
But there's a catch! While you're doing this, you need to watch your energy and mood meters. They are the things at the top left, next to your face.
Having zero energy is a good way to die, though having a low mood won't affect the amount of imagination you get (yet), but it's good to get in the habit of watching them.
You guess? Well, I suppose that's good enough for me.
If your energy ever gets really low and you can't find any energy quoins, just wait until that clock at the top right says 6:00am. I'm generous enough to give everyone a full energy tank each morning.
No problem. If you ever need anything, I'm here for you.
Hey kid, no offense, but you look a little... dead lately.
Good! I was afraid of being too mean. Well, not really... but whatever.
My point is, you ran out of energy and died. You probably should've eaten more.
Not completely! Just squish a few grapes and you'll be home in no time!
Well not really no time. But the short-ish amount of time squishing grapes takes.
As long as it takes. Now get started!
Whew! You made it. I was starting to wonder for a bit.
Now that you're back, you have a bit of starting energy. You should get that back up.
Try not to die again, okay? I kinda missed you, kid.
Ugh. This street. It's broken in some places.
If you're stuck and can't get out, click on me, then the rescue button.
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