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Seated character demo
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A short demo with seated NPC who gets up after a few turns. (Updated to stop you sitting on NPC on chair).

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Category: Demo/Incomplete adventure 
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  Fri 1st Feb 2008
By Dr. Orange - See all my reviews

Something that has always bothered me in a game where you can sit on stuff like chairs, etc, is if there is no restriction for sitting on something where another character is already sitting. Fortunately, this demo has the answer on how to prevent things like that.

There was a demo here in the archives with a cat in a chair I saw once. I tried sitting on the chair while the cat was on it and got the message that I had sat down with no mention of the cat I was now presumably sitting on. On a related note, if you wanted a custom description to indicate whether or not you had a cat on your lap, a variable and the ALR would be a good way to do this.

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