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Gumball Machine Demo
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This demonstrates how to use variables and the alr to change the description of an object. It was created for reference for the Gumball Machine Tutorial, located in the General Help & Tutorials section of the ADRIFT Forum, which you can access by clicking on any of the topics from the Latest Forum Posts section on the left of this page.

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Category: Demo/Incomplete adventure 
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  Thu 31st Jan 2008
By Dr. Orange - See all my reviews

This tutorial was the first one I tried to figure out how the ALR works. If you’ve never used it before this is a good demo to help get you started. The description of things is randomized also, showing some other aspects of the ALR aside from simple text replacement.

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