Part 10: Treasure Mountain! pt 1
Super Solver has had enough of the city life. His school was painted invisible, his television signal was hijacked, and when he went to use the microwave oven Morty popped out screaming that the Master of Mischief had taken over the frozen foods industry, and only an expert at linear algebra would be able to stop him. It was time for a vacation.
What an appealing name for a resort! Let's go in!
GOD FUCKING DAMNIT MORTY I WILL KILL YOU I WILL KILL YOU FOR RUINING MY VACATION BY PUSHING YOU OFF A TALL TOWER
Wait, crowns? Elves? Treasures? Pull on my ears and call me Arwen! There's a fortune to be made here, boys! Let's go in, set up a base of operations, and start undermining Morty's semi-coherent plan to do... something!
I would like to point out that this is a SUPER SOLVER adventure, not a SUPER SEEKER one. A few people in this thread, and this is a minority, have hijacked Wikipedia and tried to seperate the Super Solver games into Solver and Seeker. This is bullshit and I will not stand for it.
God damn it. Just once I'd like to load up a game and see a save file from someone who's two playthroughs away from the last rank. Rascal has 0 points so we might as well make up our own entry into the super secret super solver logbook.
Phillipe is five and if elected president would give everyone a puppy named Mr Tinkles.
Flutter is a dumb name. I will call you Starscream, because I just saw Transformers and to be honest I don't expect to stop seeing Autobots and Decepticons everywhere I go for the next 6 to 8 months. Starscream is also the best name ever. Starscream, stop blocking the view of our clubhouse!
A poster on the wall lets us see our rank. Phillipe has not been working very hard! Bad Phillipe!
This is our hilariously empty treasure room. If Super Solver ever gets a girlfriend, he will take her here to impress upon her the amazing amount of living space he possesses. Then he'll start talking about her moving in and she'll get freaked out and start looking for an exit before he even gets her drunk and starts slamming doors to manipulate her emotions.
This is the outside of the clubhouse, and the first level of Treasure Mountain. We are now wearing a Robin Hood hat and wielding a net, which we keep stored in our backpack.
ELF WITH SCROLL ELF WITH SCROLL MUST CATCH it gives us cluses
Come closer little elf I need the magic contained within your scroll
That is a very awkward-looking squat the Super Solver has found himself in.
Catch elf, get puzzle. Yes it actually is this retardedly easy. It's almost like they made this game for five year olds, except when I was five I also thought this was retardedly easy.
Solve puzzle, get clue. The only song I can remember from Blue's Clues is the letter song, because that thing was the most second most catchy thing in the world. The first is Avril Lavigne's "Hey You", and now all I want is a remix putting one over the other, all on top of "Hey Mickey" because SERIOUSLY Avril we know you just recorded over that in the first place.
NEED MORE CLUE
The super solver has brown hair, and white skin! Nice job trying to disguise him to make him appealing to children of all ethnicities and physiques, Learning Company. I see your game - we're all white on the outside to you! RACISTS
He also has a lovely follow-through. You don't see that much outside the world of professional netting. (This game led me to ruin so many butterfly nets as I tried to catch things in it using these exact motions)
HAHAHAH COWER IN FEAR EL--is that a no smoking sign in the background?! First they came for the bar smokers, and I did not speak out, because I did not smoke in bars.
Why is there so much rhyming?! It's so prevalent in this children's game, it's almost like they think rhyming is a method that helps kids learn to read!
Starscream explains it better than I can (or will)
These are small trees, right guys? ...right?