I just finished "Crack in Stoney Port", but I don't get why the house is there. The notes said that I "felt that was the right place" and that "whatever was happening had something to do with this place", but it didn't appear to me to have any significance.
I found the house, dead-ended, then I
went back to where the torches first started going inland and I followed the underwater glowstone path.
I could've finished it without ever bothering to investigate the torch trail.
What's the point of that house?
There is a stone button on one of the walls. Push it and a piston opens part of the floor, allowing you to continue down.
I just finished the Allied campaign in the RTS game, Ruse. After completing the campaign I read its Wikipedia article, which states: There are two campaigns in the game […] The second takes place from the point of view General Major Erich Von Richter in the Wehrmacht, whose dreams of military perfection on the battlefield were realized with the invention of Blitzkrieg. The game.... The review on the site NZGamer states: The second campaign storyline allows you to have a decent crack at a German storyline […] I haven't managed to find this campaign, and can't find anything about
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