My Summer Car – Managing Needs

Thirst

  • A: Faucet: Press Q near a faucet to bend over, and when the water is running, your thirst will go down.
  • B: Milk: also affects Hunger. Relatively cheap for what it can do.
  • C: Alcohols
  • D: Coffee, though it’s better for managing Fatigue.

Hunger

  • A: Sausages: Most efficient form of eating, causes only a bit of thirst.
  • B: Moose Meat: Find a dead moose, chop it up with the axe, and grill it.
  • C: Pizza/Macarons: Not bad, not great, just another option. More thirst than sausages.
  • D: Chips: Causes insane amounts of thirst, and for their cost, are not very effective.
  • E: Milk: Also affects thirst.
  • F: Cigarettes reduce hunger.
  • G: Beer reduces hunger very slightly.

Stress

  • A: Sauna: You have one in your house, and there is also one on the island. Heat it up and make sure it’s hot, and then throw some water on it with the ladel. This can be hard, because the detection sucks.
  • B: Cigarettes: Quick and easy stress management, but causes your rate of stress to increase, and eventually become addicted and crippled to them.
  • C: Chopping Wood: You can do this at home, on the island, and if you win the shack from the Catch 21 dealer.
  • D: Getting drunk on alcohol

Urine

just pee lol

Fatigue

  • A: Sleeping: Passes time relative to how tired you are, and you have to be at least 1/8 fatigue.
  • B: Coffee

Dirtiness

  • A: Showering
  • B: Swimming in the lake, you have to be some ways out in the water.
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I love two things in life, games and sports. Although sports were my earliest interest, it was video games that got me completely addicted (in a good way). My first game was Crash Bandicoot (PS1) from the legendary studio Naughty Dog back in 1996. I turned my passion for gaming into a job back in 2019 when I transformed my geek blog (Re-actor) into the gaming website it is today.

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