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Mozai

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A member registered Jul 11, 2018

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I like it.  Giving attributes double-duty as aptitude for checks and a resource to spend/refresh keeps things simple.

after the "made with Unity" I get music and a blank grey window.  Firefox 72.0.2 (64-bit) , don't know how to get the version of Unity Player

Linux, tho I loaded it up in Chromium 80.0.3987.100 and it's working fine.    Wish I knew how to dig out the software versions of the Unity 3D each browser is using.

When I click "play" the music changes, but the visual display does not, and it doesn't respond to mouse input.  Firefox 72.0.2

Linux version has a list of 61 required libraries that need to be installed. Two that I don't already have are: libcrypto.so.1.0.0 and libssl.so.1.0.0

Spacing out the frantic levels with contemplative levels was a superb design choice.  You can introduce new mechanics then throw the player into an arena where they must put what they learned to the test.

Got stuck -- a small item rolled away into a narrow passage after bouncing off something, and out of change-object range.

Took a while to "get it," but it was worth blowing myself up to figure out how these aren't Bomberman64 bombs.

Just tried it on the same hardware with Chromium -- no trouble, and I see the edges of things are fuzzy and glowing a little.  hmm.

Mozilla, nVidia GF106M, driver v390.116 .  Turns out there's a heap of errors written to the console.log, I put them in a pastebin. https://pastebin.com/XX7JRUFs

Is there a way to eventually dismiss the big pink triangle?  An upgrade in a later level?

I like it.  Asks you to make choices that matter, and there's a terse but meaningful story.

I especially like the "Ivory Crown" mechanic: a most precious boon that can't benefit the holder, and ultimately holds the holder from the most exalted position.  It's a game mechanic that compells the players to negotiate and compromise instead of dictating that players must negotiate.

Not in my spam folder, but I did check my server's logs and there was a message sent on October 5th that came from a mailgun.us and it was  blacklisted by spamcop.net.   *shrug* it happens sometimes when you buy a mailing-list service.

Again, I'm at fault for not setting my own alarm.

I missed it.  This is on me: I should've set an alarm for the published start and end dates.

I'm a scratching my head that I got email notifications for the opening and closing of round 2 and round 3 of voting on themes, but no such notifications for round 1.  Then I got a notification the event is over, but no notification the event started.  Again, I should've set my own alarm clock, but I wonder: were there other messages sent out about this event that I didn't get?

Doesn't work with Love v11.1 (current stable): 

Error: bad argument #1 to '?' (ImageData expected, got Image)

Traceback

[C]: at 0x7f098eb81130
[C]: in function 'newImageFont'
Lib/coreAPI/coreInput.lua:24: in function 'initFonts'
Lib/core.lua:92: in function 'initVariables'
Lib/core.lua:79: in function 'initCore'
main.lua:10: in function 'load'
[C]: in function 'xpcall'
[C]: in function 'xpcall'