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About the StoryYou woke up late for the Klondike Derby you stand no chance of winning...unless you and your ragtag, undersized patrol can pull out a win with luck. And a bunch of items lying around your room.
Entrant - The penultimate not numbered Speed IF
After seeing the game played through, I decided to add some user-friendliness and also change the endings based on which events you solve.
I thought some people might find the source code interesting because of the gadgets I used to randomize the patrol scores, and maybe it'll inspire some random vaguely similar mechanic in someone else's work.
I enjoyed touching the source code up, and if someone is on the fence about sharing it, I recommend you do--it helped me check off things to touch up. I'm also interested in comments about how I can organize things better.
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In the game you have to try and cheat to win events at the klondike derby( A scouting event in which patrols compete to see who has the best scout skills). I found the game very accurate.
I only took one star off because of some spelling mistakes I noticed.
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