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- Developer: Last Day Of Work
- Publisher: Last Day Of Work
- Genre: Simulation Virtual
- Release: Dec 6, 2012
- ESRB: Not Set
Question & Answers
Smelling of the blue room?
My family keeps going to the blue bedroom and smelling it then when inside they get stuck there like some kind if glitch?
Answer from: Helper
It's probably just a glitch and they smell the blue room because they think it smells good
Answer from: Marialoveskevin
I don't know If I have that one where is it next to cause I have one that's next to the bathroom
Answer from: OnePiece)
Maybe they smell the room because it smells good like Helper said. I don't know why when you put them in that room they just seem to get stuck and end up standing there. It happens to me too. Their actions just keep changing and changing and changing.. Like they can't decide on what to do. Maybe it's because the last owners of the house, Bill and Margaret, held a funeral (I think) in there. It's just a guess but it seems like the most logical reason if you don't want "a glitch" as an answer. HIH! And hope I dint come too late! (I think I did)
Answer from: Deanna
I have quite a bit pieced together: There was a guy named Bill. He went and bought empty land to build a house on (deed of purchase.) Then, once it was finished, he had a party to celebrate. One of his friends brought their sister, Margaret, to the party, and Bill and Margaret fell in love. (House warming) However, once married, Bill went on a trip and while he was gone, Margaret hired some workers to extend the house, which Bill did not appreciate because he felt that the house was too big already. (The angry note) but Margaret wrote back explaining that once they had children, they would need the space. Bill saw her point and wrote back, agreeing with her completely and letting her continue extending the house. (Sad note) later, Margaret had plans for each room but sadly construction of the house was never completed because Bill died in a tragic accident (funeral book) and Margaret held his funeral in the blue room, then abandoned the house out of grief, never to return. Hope this answers your questions!