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Good to know and thanks for the quick response. I have just needed to replace the CAMP.ini with a backup and it worked! :)

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I got the following ERROR when I tried to drop my boomerang:

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FATAL ERROR in
action number 1
of Draw Event
for object obj_player:

string_pos argument 2 incorrect type (undefined) expecting a String (YYGS)
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called from - gml_Script_weapon_type (line 8)
called from - gml_Object_obj_player_Draw_0 (line 77)


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The game crashed afterwards.

Before that I successfully dropped my rifle and no error occured.

Also I crashed the game yesterday without an ERROR dialogue and I have no idea why, it might have been about the RAM allocation (I do have a lot, but I also had the game running for many hours) but that is just a guess... I can't really provide much info about that, sorry.

I'm so happy you implemented an autosave feature.


EDIT:

Oh I just posted this (not noticing a similar report has been made, sorry for the duplicate) and have already encountered another ERROR.

It happened when I tried to connect a volt meter (which was connected to a relay already) to an oil producer.

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FATAL ERROR in
action number 1
of Other Event: User Defined 0
for object obj_producer:

STRING argument is unset
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called from - gml_Object_obj_producer_Other_10 (line 9)
called from - gml_Object_obj_volt_meter_Other_14 (line 6)
called from - gml_Object_obj_volt_meter_Step_0 (line 95)

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After this ERROR I could not load the game anymore. It crashes without dialog when it reaches around 56%.

Could you advise me on how I could potentially get my save back? if it's not possible, I'll just have to deal with that, but it'd be a shame...

One of the randomly generated Tanks.

"Tank" that has only one set of wheels, which have a vertical offset, so that only one wheel is on the ground at a time? It has a massive cannon, 2 antennas and the number 44 painted on the diamond shaped hull.
I love that each tank you generate has quite a personality. I can imagine, that this "tank" would actually be towed by a tractor or a sidecar to a motorcycle.
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I have no idea how I stumbled upon this game, but I'm glad I did. I appreciate how it doesn't really have a goal and a player can just enjoy it the way they want. Having no guide, explanation or notification to the achievements makes them only a minor extrinsic factor and other than that it was my intrinsic choice to keep playing the game. It's a great escape from reality!

So far I pretty much understood everything quite well aside from one thing. What does the Star Tower do?
Also I'd like to know what your thoughts were behind the mushrooms?

I read through some comments here and would like to add some stuff:

  • Music would be nice yes and the last time I looked for a free music source for game projects and such I stumbled upon Kevin Macleod who from what I've heard has gotten quite the popularity ever since, so I dunno if his business model changed, but might be worth looking into if you didn't find a composer yet.
  • I never heard of the concept of Lintwians and of Nokoyama, so your game is the first contact for me and so far I can say you got me interested.
  • The Tutorial was more than sufficient in my opinion, but I'm also someone who clicks everything and experiments rather than following guides. I think I would have been fine with no tutorial at all.

I hope you keep updating the game, because I'm looking forward to seeing it evolve.

Looks like this could create entire worlds. I wish you could make bigger maps and zoom around, but I already love it as it is.

Thank you for your response, I was happy to hear that there will be a big update. I understand that making a game takes a lot of time and I don't know what your goals are, but it seems like it's one of those games a dev could work on forever.  For the same reason it's very likely the best thing to do to upgrade the engine. Better now than after you worked really hard on it and had to scrap most of that work. Regarding the second odd behavior, I'd like to just toss an idea out there. What if there was a way to designate areas to be "unmodifiable" so that neither you or the bears can mistakenly destroy or place something there?

I enjoy the game a lot and I'm looking forward to seeing this game evolve into something I could spend days into. It already is highly addictive! I gotta say though, I did run into some strange behavior which I'd like to report. Don't know if you want to hear it here, but it's just two things. 1. After refreshing the map I placed a lot of things (rocks, lillypads and so on..) and these things began flashing, especially if I zoomed out a little bit. I sadly can't tell why, but if I figure something out I would pass it on. 2. The bears seem to stop working at some point. I found out that the houses don't get finished unless there are more houses that need to be build, so I always added new construction projects even before the current constructions aren't even remotely done. I dunno if I'm maybe missing something here, but the AI seems to be a bit strange.

Oh no... this is addicting. You shouldn't have given me the power to generate a new story with just a space key press, whenever I get to the end screen of a story. I can't stop.