Thursday, May 30, 2013

Maybe I think (too) Out of the Box

Currently I play Cafeland on Facebook, this is the only reason why I open Facebook everyday since Facebook doesn't have anything that can make me want to open it. Today I tried another game on it. It is Criminal Case.
Shortly ... I got some clues from crime scene: the suspect is right handed, according to the witness the suspect was wearing a blue cap, and I found a blue jersey with "9" on it in the crime scene. When I had to arrest the suspect, they had two mans.
The first one: right handed, wearing blue cap, wearing t-shirt and jacket; and
The second one: right handed, wearing blue cap, and wearing blue jersey with "9' on it. So, I picked the first one to be arrested since I found that kind of jersey on the crime scene. It is impossible to him to wear the same jersey when he got arrested, right. Cause that jersey had been found on the crime scene, huh? Then I got wrong, the game said that the first one is innocent cause it doesnt match to the clues and the guilty one is the second one. Oh, come on ... It doesnt make any sense for me.

The point is not the game. People say that "you have to think out of the box so you can make something new and make any differences with other people". But maybe I'm too deep on to it --"