How to build a cave slimes shop in India
A friend and I were discussing this game.
We were talking about how the game would look like in India, how the caves would look, how people would react, how many different styles of caves would you be able to get, how much time you’d need, how to cook, etc. We then joked about how if someone didn’t have a cave shop, they’d be able a better experience for themselves and their friends.
“How do you make a cave slime shop in an Indian cave?
You go into the cave and make slime, then cook it.
That’s how you make slime.”
A few hours later, my friend’s reply was something like, “Well, there are no caves in India and you can’t go there.
You can only cook it.”
I wasn’t surprised.
I’ve heard this many times before: Indians aren’t really into cave-slime-making, and if you ask them, they won’t give you a convincing reason for not wanting to eat your own face.
So what happens next?
I go into a cave.
My first attempt at making slime is a failure.
I have no idea how to make slime at all.
My friend says I should try making slime in a mortar, but I don’t have any experience with that sort of thing.
The next time I make slime with some kind of mortar, it tastes awful.
I’m still not sure how to get slime into a mortar.
The mortar isn’t even made for making slime, it’s for making a mortar for making cement.
I spend an hour or two trying to make some sort of mortar with some sort in mind, and then my friend says, “You’re going to have to do it with glue.
You don’t want to mess up the glue.”
So I do a bit of research and find a couple of websites that have instructions on how to glue your slime.
“If you’re going for a really big-budget game, this might be a good way to do your own work,” my friend said.
So I go ahead and start trying to glue my slime, but it’s not very good.
“I’ve seen this before,” I say.
“What if I try and make this in my basement?”
I make it in my house, but the glue doesn’t stick to the walls.
So after a while, my neighbor comes home and says, “That’s not right.”
He’s probably right, but he doesn’t know how to put glue on my slime.
I tell him that I’m just going to put some glue on the outside and stick it to the wall.
He agrees and goes to his room and starts to glue it.
I get home and see my slime on the walls and he says, “What’s wrong?”
I say, “I thought it was going to stick.” He says, “I’m sure you’ll get it.”
“Why is that?”
“Because I screwed up my mortar.”
I tell him, “That’s the only way you’re gonna get it.
You need to make it inside.”
My friend nods his head in agreement.
So we start working on it.
The next day, I go to the store, and I have a mortar I think I’m going to use.
I look up the directions on the internet and see that the glue is going to be made inside the mortar, so I’m not sure I want to go with that.
I do make the glue, but as soon as I put it on the wall, it starts sticking.
“So you’re making the glue inside?”
“That means you need to put it into the mortar first, right?”
“Then you’re done.”
I’m not done yet.
“Why does it have to be inside?”
“Because it’s a mortar.”
No, it can’t be inside.”
“You don’t think you can make it outside?”
“OK, I’ll go check out your mortar.
Can you get some glue and glue sticks on the other side?””
Then what about the glue?”
I go back and look at the instructions.
It says to make the two sides of the mortar into two pieces, but my friend didn’t see that.
“Well what if you have two pieces of the same glue, one for each side?”
“That would be OK, but there’s no glue on both sides.”
“So where are the glue sticks?”
“Inside the mortar.”
My friend is confused.
“There’s no way.”
“Where are the pieces of glue?”
“Inside the wall.”
My brother-in-law has a mortar that I’ve never heard of, so we go over to his house and try to buy it.
My brother and I get the glue from his brother and he tells us that the pieces will fit inside