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- Developer: Majic Jungle Software
- Publisher: Majic Jungle Software
- Genre: Adventure
- Release Date: Jan 10, 2013
- ESRB: Not Set
- Other Platforms
Guide to surviving in the poles
This is the guide to surviving in the poles. Likes are free! Care to drop one??
Pole appearance: red or blue twisty pole sticking out of the ground or our of an ice ocean. Surrounded with snow. There should be a prize at the top; a hat that keeps you warm or boots that make you run faster. Once crossing the mark of the Pole, you are considered "in" the pole. The poles have almost no trees and no animals.
Nights and days: Nights and days at the poles are unusual and very unlike nights and days at other parts of the world. The first thing is, you may have to wait 2-5 nights just for it to become day again. Days are usually about 1-3 before turning into night. The sun rises and sets sideways, and the stars look quite the same; sliding across your screen. I usually meditate through the long nights unless Kwemokia has work to do, then I have her craft or build something.
You can mine some ice and then drop a worm on a fishing pole into the hole. Ice may cover the hole again, but don't worry; you can just remove the fishing pole to get it back.
North Pole prize is a Hat of Warmpth. Once put on a head, the blockhead will never get cold again! Another way is to have a cozy shelter with lots of kilns, furnaces, etc. It snows there all the time, so you will have to keep warm often. When your blockhead is freezing, he/she should pale and look bluish. You can warm them up by putting them in a shelter or near fires. End of guide.
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