Here’s what I mean.
In the attached example, I make a traffic light kind, which has a traffic light status value. The default value for a traffic light is ‘red circle’.
I create the first traffic light. I want the player to be able to type ‘x red’ or ‘x circle’ to be able to refer to it, or any other traffic light showing a red circle, but in the default properties setup, the game only recognises the whole phrase ‘red circle’.
What’s a good way to get the effect I want, where I can change a value on a thing and, automatically, more than one word is ‘turned on’ to refer to it (or turned off, if we switch away from that value).
Street is a room. "You see the first traffic light here. It displays a red circle.". traffic-light-status is a kind of value. The traffic-light-status are red circle, yellow square, green arrow. A traffic light is a kind of backdrop. A traffic light has a traffic-light-status. Understand the traffic-light-status property as describing a traffic light. the first traffic light is a traffic light in street. Test me with "x red/x circle/x red circle".