Go to your Kudos files on your “C:/” (or wherever its located)
on “DATA” file. From there click on the TEXT document
“Config”. A word/
text document should come up, and you can input as many options as you
like. Change the numbers to your liking.
EX. GV_startingcash = 120.00
change the to whatever you want.
Save the file…and play the game!
Spending time alone in Kudos can be anything from staring at the walls
shopping for a pet to cleaning your house. You don’t need to worry about
eating and sleeping, those things are done automatically.
Of course so is going to work!
Moving up the corporate ladder:
Getting a better job means more money, but you will need to acquire better
skills first. Take classes so you can find a better paying job. If you
build up money, your social events will be lame.
In order to gain kudos you need to be social. Make sure you pay attention
to the summaries after social events. There may be suggestions for
your friends would like to do. Also, take advantage of friends who can
introduce to someone new. A new friend is a new chance to earn kudos!
Keep an eye on your stats. Certain activities can have surprising effects.
For instance, going jogging every day may make you too tired for
Never cleaning your house may make you sick and unable to go out.
Can you have it all?:
From the start, Kudos is a balancing act. You have to juggle work and
and taking care of yourself. You gain kudos by being social, but in order
be social you need money (and more money and more money). Each day in Kudos
you will have to choose between advancing on your career path or moving up
the social ladder. Success in Kudos depends on balance.
Tips and Tricks:
* If you can’t afford evening classes, you can learn some of the same
buying books on the topic and
reading them. Then you can sell the books and
get some of your money back!
* Take an odd job first. Learn Kickboxing or Kungfu asap, and finally buy a
burgular alarm asap, and you won’t
be mugged and burgularized repeatedly.
* If you have a job that pays well, instead of buying an alarm, you can
buy a dog. While you may have to
buy dog food every week, it prevents burglaries
and lowers loneliness.
* While inviting lots of friends out at one time sounds like a good idea,
may actually prove to be a bad one.
If a friend doesn’t enjoy the event, you
lose kudos and brownie points w/
that pal. Instead, pay attention to your
“friends” interests and
try to hold events that more than one friend will
like. Usually, if an event includes
two of a friends interests, you’ll gain
kudos and a good score!