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Thank you!

Wow, thank you so much for your really thoughtful comment! I'm actually working on a post jam update at the moment, and giving some more closure to the story is on my list of things to address.

(Also thanks for letting me know about the bug - I'll make sure that's fixed too!)

The art style is so good!

The common lich snail might be a pest, but it sounds like it would make a nice pet.

It took me 3 guesses to pick the murderer... my reputation as a snail detective is in tatters.

This is too cute for words OMG

The music choice is perfect.

I snove it.

Incredible.

I love it.

This is so cute, I love all the characters!!!

Thanks! I'm glad you enjoyed it.

Maybe next time she'll remember.

Wow, I love this a whole lot!!!

I don't know what you were talking about, there's definitely enough material here for shipping.

Thank you!!!

It's really just a matter of copying the hack and then pasting it into your game file, then adjusting the settings if you need to (some hacks have different settings, some don't).

If you download your game from Bitsy, it will give you a HTML file. Open that in a text editor (Notepad works fine if you're on a PC, there's probably an equivalent program on Mac), then scroll down to the bottom. Not far from the bottom you'll see (without the spaces)

< / script >
< / head >

Add a set of script tags between them, so:

< / script >
< script >
< / script >
< / head >

Then paste your hack inside the script tags:

< / script >
< script >
your hack here!
< / script >
< / head >

I usually put each hack inside its own set of script tags.

Each hack has instructions for using it at the top of the page. The instructions will tell you if the hack has settings, or if there's anything else you need to do to get the hack working.

I would suggest adding one hack at a time and making sure it's working before you add another. If the hack doesn't seem to work, make sure your script tags open and close properly (the second script tag has a / to indicate that it's a closing tag), that your script tags are before the closing head tag, and that you haven't accidentally copied extra text from the GitHub page.

If you're having trouble with a particular hack, just ask! Otherwise, I can give you an invite to Bitsy Discord, most folks there will be happy to help with any problems you're having.

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Thanks very much!

Thank you!!!

Thank you!

I'm glad it lives up to expectations!

Awww, thanks :)

It seems like Borksy might be having a few issues at the moment - some folks on the Bitsy Discord have mentioned having similar issues.

If you're just using Borksy to add hacks, you could try adding them manually.

Sorry I can't be more help!

I'm glad you had fun!!!

Wow I can't believe everyone would be so mean to such a good snail!

This was fun! I really like how you designed the inside of the ship, it made me want to explore everywhere.

This is really lovely! Games about letters and games about friends and games about kindness are all my favourites.

This is really sweet.

You're welcome! Thanks for coming along!

Thank you <3 

Thanks for coming <3

This was such a good game, the music choice is excellent!

Well that was a trip...

Your art is super impressive!

I'm glad you're happy with it! And thank you for being part of it.

Thanks for being part of it!

Thank you!!!

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In the dialogue window there's a tab that says 'text effects'. You can make your text any of the three colours in your palette (and/or make it wavy, shaky or rainbow).

Yeah, I made the plot up as I was going along and the job storyline isn't as cohesive as I would like it to be, but I was on a pretty tight timeline for the jam so I didn't have time to go back and edit it.