Puzzle Dependency Chart
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Puzzle Dependency Chart

Player enters

apartment to discover

dead frend (Lindsey)

Pool

Search Locker

Note from Lindsey

Bar

Talk to Bartender

Security Video

Police Station

Go to Lab

Find Toxicology

Report

Bar

Look at Chair

Hair Follicle

Take all evidence to

Police Station. Player

receives Fingerprint

Dusting Kit

Apartment

Inspect Doorknob

Discover

Fingerprints

Apartment

Search Trash

Find Murder

Weapon

Police Station

Present all Evidence

Catch killer

Apartment

Bar

Pool

Police Station

Key




Italicized Text - Indicates the

action required


Bold Text - indicates the item or

piece of puzzle found


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publish time: 2021-07-30
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The puzzle dependency chart is described as a list of all the puzzles and steps for solving a puzzle in an adventure game, presented in the form of a chart. A chart like the below helps determine the flow of the game. The below chart shows the progression of the game, from the start through the finish. The best way to understand this is that if the narrative portion of the game hits a lull or starts to drag, switch to an active gameplay section. In the same way, if the action becomes too much in a given area, switch to the story. It should be noted here that Puzzle dependency charts are a valid option for constructing a game narrative that draws the learner in and captivates them with an exciting story, all while imparting essential concepts.

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