The lens is a familiar thing. The lens can be operational, hidden, unreachable, reachable or salvaged. The lens is operational. "A thick lens lies under the loudspeaker[if the lens is unreachable], just out of reach[end if]." The description is "The lens is thick and round. It looks like it came from the Hubble."
Understand "lense" as the lens.
Check looking through the lens:
say "The world looks distorted through the lens. And huge." instead.
Instead of examining the unreachable lens:
say "The lens bounces slightly whenever the speaker plays a bass beat, but not enough to make it move significantly.";
Instead of examining the unreachable lens when techno is the current selection of the jukebox:
say "The bass-heavy techno makes the lens bounce whenever the speaker plays a bass beat, but the music isn't loud enough to make it move any closer to your reach.";
Instead of taking the unreachable lens:
say "You can't quite reach far enough under the speaker to get the lens."
After taking the reachable lens:
now the lens is salvaged;
say "You reach under the speaker and grab the lens.";
award 1 point for "salvaging the lens";
remove the hints from Norbert;
change the hint list of the lens to the table of found lens hints;
change the hint list of the tag to the table of found lens hints;
change the hint list of the sweater to the table of found lens hints.
Instead of showing the lens to Norbert when "tag" has inspired us:
say "'I found your missing lens, Norbert.'[paragraph break]His eyes light up. 'Oh! Oh, thank you! I've been looking everywhere!' He takes the lens, snaps it into the frames and attaches it with a piece of white tape. 'Thanks, Jen,' he says and prances off.";
remove Norbert from play;
remove the lens from play;
award 1 point for "returning the lens".
Instead of showing the lens to Norbert:
say "That's a nice thing to do, but the lens could be useful yet."
Instead of putting the lens on something:
clarify "looking at [the second noun] through [the lens]";
try looking at the second noun through the lens.
Instead of putting the lens under the speaker:
say "You just took it from there!"
The hint list of the lens is the table of lens hints.
Table of Lens hints
|"A lens from Norbert's glasses is missing. You should find it."|
|"Search everything to find it."|
|"The lens rolled under the speaker in the artist hangout."|
|"Unfortunately it's too far away to reach."|
|"You don't have anything long enough to reach at the lens."|
|"You could make the lens move by other means."|
|"The lens is under a loudspeaker, right?"|
|"How about making the music work for you."|
|"The right kind of music could shake the ground and nudge the lens towards you."|
|"What kind of music has a lot of bass?"|
|"Try playing techno on the jukebox."|
|"If that doesn't work, you need more power."|
|"Have you found a way to turn up the volume yet?"|
|"Search the jukebox to find the volume knob."|
|"Turn the volume up and switch the music to techno, and the lens should bounce at your reach."|
Table of found lens hints
|"You have the lens now. Lenses can be used to make small things bigger."|
|"Look at the sweater tag through the lens."|
|"Now that you can read the tag through the lens, you need to find more light."|
|"Clubs create atmosphere by having dim lights. There's only one place where the light is sufficient enough."|
|"You wouldn't suspect the place where you find the sufficient light would be the right one if you only looked at its name."|
|"You need to go to the dark corner."|
|"Put the sweater on the brightly lit table and try reading the tag with the lens again."|