Stick RPG Instructions
Move left using the left arrow key. Move right using the right arrow key. Move up using the up arrow key. Move down using the down arrow key.
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Stick RPG Walkthrough
Stick RPG is one of the most intriguing stick figure games on the internet; challenging you to throw everything you know out the window and look at things a little bit - or a lot - differently. The game starts when you begin to drift off to sleep one afternoon only to find yourself in a weird state of mind you've never experienced before. When you become aware of yourself again, you find the world around you is completely different. There is no longer a top or bottom and there is no longer a floor or ceiling. The entire thing makes you dizzy and disoriented. What's going on? You have suddenly found yourself in the second dimension. With no escape in sight, you decide to make the best of it. Without the restraints of consequence or penalty you do what any rational human being (or stick figure) would do - get as much money as you possibly can. Of course, there are still dangers you have to avoid. Running into an obstacle costs you health points so you need to do what you can to avoid those obstacles and keep yourself as unharmed as possible. That isn't always as easy as it sounds but that's what makes it so addictive.
In Stick RPG, there is a fair bit of information on the game screen you need to pay attention to unlike most of the other stick games online. While many of the other stick games out there take a more basic approach to things, this one is a bit more complicated. It doesn't take long to familiarize yourself with what everything means and where everything is so it's a good idea to take a moment or two before you begin playing to look at the game screen. Likely the most important thing to keep an eye on is your health bar which is shown at the top left of the game screen. This shows you not only your current total health but how much health you have left. If you run out of health, you'll die - clearly not an appealing outcome. Keep an eye on that bar and keep it as full as possible. To the right of the health bar, you'll see how much money you have. Remember, you want to get as much money as you can, so it's a good idea to keep an eye on this number as well. To the right of your money information, you'll see the day and time. To the right of the date and time, you'll see a bag icon. This bag icon represents your inventory. Click on this icon to access your inventory to see what you have, what you need or to select and item to use. Finally, on the far right of the game screen you have your stats and information.
One of the biggest challenges people will face when they first begin playing Stick RPG is the time limit you have. This is an RPG stick game in the true sense of the word. You need to eat to stay health. You need to work. Every activity in this game takes time, though. If you run out of time, you'll need to return to your apartment to sleep. Sleep might seem like a waste of time but it helps restore your health so it actually offers quite a bit of benefit. In addition, if you want to keep your stats up, you'll need to eat and sleep. You have three game modes to choose from when you first start playing; short, medium and long. Long is great for newcomers. You have one hundred days in the game which gives you more time to get used to how the game is played and to get the hang of what the game will ask of you. Medium is great for moderate players - those with a bit of experience in this type of game but might need to work on the finer points. Medium gives you forty day. Short is great for more experienced players who feel they have the hang of the game and want a bit more of a challenge. Short offers you fifteen days to do what you need to do. There's no time to waste. If you're a newcomer but you find 'long' a bit too boring and drawn out, give 'medium' a try. The same can be said for someone who starts out on 'short' but finds they just don't have enough time. Play in whichever mode you find most entertaining.
When you create your character in Stick RPG, you are given three character traits - charm, strength and intelligence - you can adjust depending on what type of character you want to play. This will change from player to player but how you choose your traits will dictate how your character will perform in the game so choose wisely. Intelligence is definitely important unless you want to be stuck working at McSticks for menial pay. The other option, of course, is to visit New Lines Incorporated and try to get a job there. You'll need a certain level of intelligence to even get an entry level position as a janitor. It still pays $2 more than McSticks and it gets your foot in the door. Go to the good old U of S and hit the books to earn more intelligence to advance your career. You'll need more intelligence for each promotion, but if you split your time between working and studying, you can work your way up to a fairly good paying job. Once you have a little money in your bank account, you can buy real estate - upgrading your apartment and increasing your net worth. This is what counts in the end of the game, so do all you can to improve it. If you're feeling lucky, stop by the casino and play slots, black jack or roulette to try to win a little extra money. If a good drink is more your speed, stop by the bar and have a beer. Drinking a beer will increase your charm. Then again, so will visiting the convenience store and buying a pack of cigarettes although it will cost you serious health points. You can also purchase caffeine pills at the convenience store. This will give you a little more time in the day and help you get things done. Although they cost $45 they can be well worth it. As for your strength, you really have two options. Stop by the university gym or, hey, just pick a bar fight in the bar. Both will boost your strength stat, but will cost you health. If you're concerned about your health, stick to the gym. It's a bit safer.
Overall, Stick RPG is one of the most engrossing and involved stick figure games online. There is a ton of stuff to explore that will keep you entertained for at least the first few days. From there, the real fun begins as you begin trying to amass your fortune. Do yourself a favor. If you're playing for the first time, choose 'long' to give yourself time to have a little fun and explore before you get down to business. Otherwise, you're going to be wasting your first few days getting in bar fights, playing drunken darts and trying out the casino. This is a stick game unlike any other stick game online and that's where the real appeal lies. Fans of stick games are going to love getting to do something different but the appeal doesn't end there. This game appeals not only to fans of stick games but also to fans of RPG games. If you consider yourself a fan of either genre or are just looking for a fun way to kill a little time, this is a game you have to check out.