We’re up to Day 13 in the Acorn Island adventure game over on my Twitter stream. The players have (finally) got ’round to opening the door of the hut, to be presented with the scene of a bear, asleep in an armchair. There is a painting of a cargo ship on the wall, titled “The Last Voyage of the Saucy Seagull”. Who is that on the ship? That’s a very fancy clock. And who are in those pictures on the mantelpiece? What if the bear wakes up?
Questions, to be answered. You can take part here:
Most people chose to ask a seagull. I’ve no idea why. Here is the gull, and it thinks you should use the door. Here’s the link to the Twitter game. Go and play along:
We conducted a poll on ‘How would you get into a hut’ and our survey said:
It’s good to know that the player’s of my Acorn Island Twitter game don’t like to do things in the usual way, although I wouldn’t necessarily trust a seagull myself. Obviously, if you want to play along you’re more than welcome to clamber down the chimney, or even use the door.
Sometimes swallowing a live gudgeon can produce strange dreams:
This is all part of my Inktober offering. It’s also a game, using Twitter’s handy polls. The link is here:
Acorn Island Twitter Game
It turns out that not many people know what a gudgeon looks like. Well, it looks like this:
Would you eat a living breathing gudgeon? Especially to save the feelings of a friendly Walrus? Well, would you?