ZZT Easter Egg - Just Ask

1. Just press ? and type in health, gems, ammo, keys, etc...

2. Enjoy!

User Rating:
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  5.7/10 with 43 votes
Contributed By: Q Dude on 01-29-2000
Reviewed By: Webmaster
Special Requirements: ZZT or Super ZZT
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chilly_willy writes:
Actually, for those who don't know, ZZT is still very alive and kicking, even after ten years. Several clones, editors, and ZZT inspired GCS are out/in development. I'm working on a music editor for ZZT. :) Like one of the other users said, check out http://www.zzt.org just to see how "Alive" ZZT really is. You may be surprised.
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ParasiteZZT writes:
ZZT RULES! or r00ls...mmmmm....
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JSilver writes:
Other codes are 'zap' to destroy adjacent squares, '+/-debug' (used by the programmers to debug the game) and '+/-dark' to turn on and off darkness in a board. I should also note that zzt.org has been dead for quite some time now; if you want ZZT games, the best place to go is Z2: http://zzt.the-underdogs.org .
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Revegelance writes:
ZZT Rocks!! I have figured out a way to make it so that you can "swim" in water. If you want to know how, check out the egg that I posted when it shows up.
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Chernobyl writes:
Take this one a step further: press "?", and in the box type in "+" where is the name of a ZZT-OOP flag and it will set the flag; similarly, - will clear the flag. For instance, typing in ?+fleet will set the flag named "fleet". A lot of recently developed ZZT games (yes, people still develop for it) use this to the players advantage by creating "menu" objects that wait for a flag to be set, then clear it and display a menu. Check out WWW.ZZT.ORG if you like this game!
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Dunkinbean writes:
You can also use +Debug and -Debug. I think what it does is that if you type it in durring a game, exit, and then comeback, your game will still be there where you left off, even if it's in the same sentace of talk.
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Dunkinbean writes:
Heh, you should go download the ZZT Encylopedia by Chronos (At zzt.org), it shows a lot of programing tricks that are essential for a good game.
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