So it has been two weeks since the last logic problem was published on Town of StarFall. It’s time for another one. Remember, if you don’t know how to set up a logic problem on your computer, please refer to the first problem.
Four teenage boys with the names of Melvin, Marvin, Marcos, and Maxwell all bought their own copies of Desert Travels, a 3-D platformer that takes place in a desert. The purpose is to collect as many diamonds to unlock levels. All four of the boys enjoyed this game at some extent. Each gave their own ratings from 1.0 to 10, with the lowest rating out of the four being a 7.0 and highest being a 10.0. They all have shared their strong points, but no two boys had the same biggest strength of the game in their reviews. At the same time, they also had their weaknesses, as no two boys had the same major complaint. From the information provided, can you find out which boy gave out what rating, what they liked best, and what they hated most about the game?
- Good Graphics
- Same Theme
- Great Bonus Features
- Excellent Gameplay
- Too Hard
- Too Scary
- Lack of Replay Value
- Terrible Soundtrack
- The four boys are Marcos, the boy who enjoyed the gameplay the most, the boy who hated the soundtrack the most, and the boy who gave this game a 7 out of 10.
- The boy who thought the graphics was the best part of the game gave it a higher rating than the boy who thought some levels were too hard, but a lower rating than Melvin.
- Maxwell gave the game a lower rating than whoever found some of the levels to be too scary for children, but he gave it a higher rating than whoever felt that the game stuck to the same theme as an advantage.
- The boy who complained about the soundtrack gave the game a higher rating than Marvin, but gave it a lower rating than the boy who liked the gameplay the best out of the game.
- Neither Marcos nor the boy who complained about the replay value liked the bonus features as the best part of the game.
- Whoever gave this game a 10 out of 10 found the lack of replay value to be an issue. Whoever complained about the difficulty in some levels gave this game a 7 out of 10.
Since you should already know that the comments are for solutions or your experience, I don’t need to repeat this drill forever.