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Gregory Avery-Weir

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It's a bummer that the projector here doesn't work for you; it's supposed to be standalone and not require an additional install. But I'm glad that you were able to get it working via Flashpoint!

The EXE version should work, as it is wrapped in a projector. Are you getting any error messages? What does it look like when it doesn't work?

If this version isn't a good match for you, you can also play most Flash games via the Flashpoint archival project:

Did I misspell a word? Is there some part of the rules that contradicts another part? Does something just not work in practice? Let me know here!

Share what campaign setting your group came up with! I'll start:

One memorable campaign during playtesting had us protecting an archipelago that was the Nursery of the Gods, where each of our Signatures were unclaimed divine domains. My Signature was wetness and another player's was pressure; when we Fused we summoned up Lil' Squirt, a god of water pressure that took the form of a boy in a leaky wetsuit.

Any questions about how to play Fusion Time that don't feel big enough to be their own thread? Ask them here! You may inspire clarification or expansion of the book.

We don't have any plans for a sequel, but my other Flash work and all of Future Proof Games's stuff shares a lot of the approach and sensibility, so check our other games out if you haven't!

Thank you so much! I'm so happy my work has helped inspire you, and I look forward to seeing what you end up making. I know a lot of people are dealing with stuff right now and I very much appreciate your support.

Bundles and collections are different things. Collections are per-user groupings, often used for wishlists. Collections can be private, in which case you'll see that your game is in a collection but not be able to see that collection in the list.

Designer here; I have! In fact, the initial idea for the game came from ideation for the TIGSource's Commonplace Book Competition. I don't think the original concept was actually directly inspired from an entry in Lovecraft's book, but it's very much in conversation with works like "The Outsider" and The Shadow Out of Time. Lovecraft is... A Problem, but "The Majesty of Colors" is definitely trying to explore some of the same feels as some of those stories examine.

I had an issue starting the game up; it would start up Steam and bring me to the store page without actually starting the game. For anyone else with this issue: I was able to work around it by going into the game directory and renaming/deleting steam_api.dll.