...Okay, What Now?

The room had four walls. The room was a square. The room was 10x10 meters wide.

The room had one door. The room had one window. The room had one chair. The room had one table. The room had an empty glass. The room had a tap.

The door was located on the South wall. The window was located on the East wall. The tap was located on the West wall.

The glass was located near the North wall. The table was located at the Centre. The chair was located against the West wall.

…okay, what now?





…Okay, what now?

I fill a glass full of water

You asked an empty room.

“Drink some water.”

A voice said.

The tap releases steam. There is no water.

I open the door

I upgrade the glass

A breeze of warm air gets in.

The room is warmer now.

You have angered the God of Glass.

You have died.

The room had four walls. The room was a square. The room was 10x10 meters wide.

The room had one door. The room had one window. The room had one chair. The room had one table. The room had an empty glass. The room had a tap.

The door was located on the South wall. The window was located on the East wall. The tap was located on the West wall.

The glass was located near the North wall. The table was located at the Centre. The chair was located against the West wall.

…okay, now what?





I upgrade the glass

You have angered the God of Glass.

You have died.


A breeze of warm air gets in.

The room is warmer now.

You have angered the God of Glass.

You have died.

The room had four walls. The room was a square. The room was 10x10 meters wide.

The room had one door. The room had one window. The room had one chair. The room had one table. The room had an empty glass. The room had a tap.

The door was located on the South wall. The window was located on the East wall. The tap was located on the West wall.

The glass was located near the North wall. The table was located at the Centre. The chair was located against the West wall.

…okay, now what?

…i sign to the window and ask it if i may upgrade the glass
(or is it just upgraded now or something?)

You have angered the God of Glass.

You have died.


A breeze of warm air gets in.

The room is warmer now.

You have angered the God of Glass.

You have died.

The room had four walls. The room was a square. The room was 10x10 meters wide.

The room had one door. The room had one window. The room had one chair. The room had one table. The room had an empty glass. The room had a tap.

The door was located on the South wall. The window was located on the East wall. The tap was located on the West wall.

The glass was located near the North wall. The table was located at the Centre. The chair was located against the West wall.

…okay, what now?

…okay, what now?

I close the door

You asks to the empty room.

“Drink some water.”

A voice answers.

The door is closed.

i put my hand near the tap to feel how hot it is

The air is not hot.

i pour some steam into my mouth with the tap

Your filthy mouth touched the tap.

The tap shrieked in horror.

You have offended the God of Tap.

You have died.

You have offended the God of Tap.

You have died.

You have angered the God of Glass.

You have died.

The room had four walls. The room was a square. The room was 10x10 meters wide.

The room had one door. The room had one window. The room had one chair. The room had one table. The room had an empty glass. The room had a tap.

The door was located on the South wall. The window was located on the East wall. The tap was located on the West wall.

The glass was located near the North wall. The table was located at the Centre. The chair was located against the West wall.

…okay, now what?

I pay my respects to the God of Tap

You pay your respect to an empty room.

No one answered.