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ludocus

The new game: 'Seek' (A good example for noobs)

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ludocus

This is a very simple game.

It simply makes alot of directories on your desktop and you have to find the correct file in one of those directories.

If you find it click on it.

its not very fun though..

but its pretty funny, and it would be fun to make a program wich can find the file in 1 sec. ;)

here it is:

Seek.au3

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2words4uready

I managed to beat it easily using the search tool that comes with xp.

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APPLEEATER

no replies? (bump)

It's hard...

my stats were:

Game results seek:

seconds = 120

click = 20

But all i had to do was create FindMe.txt on my desktop

and i got

Game results seek:

seconds = 2

click = 0

XP nice game tho :)

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Prashant

That was nice one..But it would be good if the Messages (hints) would be displayed at the Middle of the Screen.So,that NooBzz

will never get Amazed..

TY >_<


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AlmarM

If I use the search tool that comes with Windows Vista, it wont find anything, but when I type "FindMe" in the input, the script will think I won.


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