>>16628375>how do you even know cameras would work the same there or the footage would make the journey back unedited?
We don't. The "don't look at the girl" rule applies to camera footage, but I don't see any reason to believe you can't take a camera along so long as it's not on until after you step out onto the tenth floor.
What worries me about the rules is that I don't hear about any instructions to get back at all.>>16628403
If you go into it with the intent to talk to her, I don't think she'll show up at all.>>16628426
Thanks for the first link. It leads here which has return instructions:http://hakei1211.blog.fc2.com/blog-entry-6.html>>16628461
Excellent. They did everything except being alone and turning the camera off while in the elevator.>>16628465
Personally, I think this game is real just because it's so hard to find all the criteria.>>16628582
That's probably why it didn't work for you. The game requires isolation, and if people are coming and going all the time, it'd be hard for the chick to know when you were alone or not.>>16628570
That's perfect. I don't blame you for being freaked out in an empty hospital, but those are perfect conditions, seriously.>>16628583>your kind interest in my knowledge
RPer confirmed. Your testimony, if accurate, would indicate that your timeline was a result of manipulations to the time stream the occurred after the invention of computers. Since the game requires an elevator, this might be the case, but I have serious doubt about your story.>>16628592
Good idea. I'm still itching to play it though.>>16629016
I can think of a reason or two.>>16629080
It's missing details about the woman. What happens if she gets on and you look at or talk to her? Why does she ask where you're going when you get off? What if you answer at that point?>>16629136
Did a woman get on at the fifth floor?>>16630411
Where'd you hear about that version?