|[Official Minigame] Pictionary|
Pictionary is a simple minigame where the shaman is given a random word each round and have to draw the it. You can be as creative as you like when drawing a word, and that’s what makes it fun!
Mice then have to guess what the shaman is drawing within a certain timeframe, and whoever correctly guesses the word gets a cheese and the chance to draw in the next round! The words vary in difficulty, from something as simple as "cloud" to something as complex as "firewall" or "balcony".
It was developed by Squeekmouse and Shamousey and inspired by the previous versions of the game hosted by Melyticat, Maqqara and Moepl.
The rules for Pictionary are quite simple!
There has recently been a major update to Pictionary, bringing several new features and tweaks. This includes new drawing tools, making things easier for map makers, and a lot more.
There has been a major overhaul to the drawing features. While you used to have to spawn anchors and arrows to make a dot, you now have to simply click - although there’s also a lot of other features.
As a shaman there’s more buttons displayed on the interface at the top-left of the screen, as seen in the image above. They can each be used to aid you in your drawing.
There are several commands you may find useful when playing the game. Some of these are available to everyone.
As a regular mouse, when you’re playing you need to guess what the shaman is currently drawing. To do this, you can use the following three commands, replacing “guess” with what you think the shaman is drawing. The last two won’t be displayed in room chat if you don't want others to see your guesses.
Shamans have a few extra commands to help them play. There are several more commands available to use with the drawing tools that are listed under the “Drawing” section.
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Anyone can see who the room helpers are using the !staff command. If there is ever someone trolling or abusing their shaman turn, players should first whisper a room helper that is online. Helpers are used to keep the game running smoothly by taking action against players that are cheating or disturbing game play. They also should be able to take reports of any bugs in the script and answer questions players might have about the game.
The helpers aren't required to spend a certain amount of their online time in the room, but we encourage them to play there frequently so players can get to know them (But it's up to you!). Their main use is to be online fairly often with their whispers enabled so they can be called by mice in the room to help prevent cheaters and things we can't effectively control with lua such as afk shaman loops.