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this is great! good job!

Hi I do not mean to be rude but an "assault rifle" is not a thing,Ar stands for armalite and Ar standing for Assault Rifle is a common misconception.
thank you for reading this.

ok

i mainly just added to it.ill send it to you

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oh ok i didnt know.

i thought it was supposed to be a meme asset but sadly no

by that i mean which note.
custom?

more like extended it if you want it i can send it to you via e-mail

might wanna look at a tutorial.

i seriously dont know how

dude just find a different game

will do

btw the linux version works

ok but u can upload it as a downloadable file i had the reverse prob,i couldn't upload it as a non downloadable. look at the games i made you will see "[spaceship_shooter]" you will then see 

which one should i grab?

aw

k

k

is there another place i can message you through?

Got it.

do you have reddit cause i can message you there. i also have an e-mail you can use to ask me questions

where do i get the folder?

relatable

now you can play great games like FNF,helltaker,etc!

if you need help with running any games let me know

yea settings/developers/ and it should show up there

oh i thought it was gonna be a sort of time control ability

ik thats what im playing the game throug

you mean chromebook version

then what power up is the one with a arrow pointed toward the beginning of the arrow?

press enter when on that screen

ubuntu?

wow that was really coo

what key do i press for the rewind powerup?

ok but what device are you using

do you have a windows,mac, or chromebook device?

do you have a linux operating system?
(chromebook-linux)drag and drop the unzipped version of the game into the linux folder.
then go to the terminal and type in 

cd WHATEVER THE NAME OF THE FOLDER IS
chmod +x Name-of-file.x86_64

./Name-of-file.x86_64

for other devices running a linux distro you might wanna look at a tutorial on how todo so.

E

whats your operating system?