Found a problem: If it's laggy, then the player will go off screen and it will keep going when he's supposed to die for a while.
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I wanna share how I got this running on my old Wii. I first ran LetterBomb, with my region and MAC Address, then put those files on my SD Card. I went to the WIi Message Board, then went to yesterday, then hit the red letter. It brought up a menu that, when you wait 30 seconds, shows to press 1 to continue. This enters you into the HackMii installer, where you can install The Homebrew Channel and BootMii. If you're just running Terri-Fried, you might just want the Homebrew Channel. If you're going to install other Homebrew, install BootMii and Priiloader (guides at wii.guide). Hit "Install the Homebrew Channel," and hit yes for the other popups. Once you have done that, hit Exit, and it will bring you to the Homebrew Channel. Delete the LetterBomb files, then copy over all the Terri-Fried files. Then go to the Homebrew Channel, and Terri-Fried should show up in the menu.
If you get the itch app on your PC, you can download the web build and run it as if it were a regular game! So basically that is the download. I would say you could compile it if it were actually open-source, but from what I can tell, PolyMars hasn't actually released it on GitHub.
You can compile it yourself for desktop with SDL2. Here is the GitHub link: https://github.com/PolyMarsDev/Cursor-Custodian
Edit: I found this: https://github.com/PolyMarsDev/Cursor-Custodian/releases/tag/v1.0 You can download the zip from here.
It is under Preferences (to get it click your username or the itch logo(not in browser in border), or go to your itch icon on your taskbar(Windows and Linux only (I think) and right click it) then scroll down and check Enable tabs. It's that simple!
The game is going to be on Scratch. I will include all of the things you need in the zip i send you. You might play my other Scratch game, Assistant. It has a link on my page. I will add the embed in a second project I will link in the game desc.