Starting with the idea!

I want to make something simple. And It must be an RPG!!! So why not use something that happened while playing D&D with my friends?! 

We were running in circle in a road, without knowing, because it was near a fairy city. The idea was that we  needed to stop near a fire pit in the middle of the road and help the person that was there... This way we could prove the fairies we are worth continuing our journey ...


But you will know what we did tomorrow, now a little bit about what I'm going to do in the game:

You will start near a fire pit that casts some light around... All you can see are the trees nearby that block the light from going further ... You can imagine what you'll have to do, right?! 

Thanks for reading, sorry for my bad English, hope you follow up my story :) 

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Good Afternoon Fellow Contestants,

The first 15 hours of PyWeek have been a rollercoaster of emotions. We started off strong with ursina, hoping to try something new and innovative. But as the day wore on, we realized that ursina was holding us back more than it was helping us.

We had a tough decision to make. Do we stick with Ursina and hope it gets better? Or do we switch to the trusty old Arcade, which has helped us win awards in the past?

After much deliberation, we made the call to switch back to Arcade. It wasn't an easy decision, and part of us is still curious about what Ursina could have offered. But we knew we had to do what was best for our team and our game.

So here we are, halfway through day 1, back in the familiar territory of Arcade. It feels like coming home after a long journey. We know what to expect, and we know we can deliver a solid game with this framework.

But we can't get complacent. PyWeek is a marathon, not a sprint. We have six more days of hard work ahead of us, and we can't afford to waste a minute.

So let's buckle down, team. We've got this. We'll make something great, something that will make us proud.

Oops, totally did not mean to put my post here, apologies...

Best of luck with the game, can't wait to  try it out!
Don't worry!! Good to learn more about your game too :) best of luck for you too!!!