WOAH HOW IS THIS HAPPENING?!
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I still get the popup, all this time later.
Specifically this, whenever I go through a door, even on itch.io: http://www.macromedia.com/support/documentation/en/flashplayer/help/settings_manager03.html
Ah, I see. Also, I happened to notice that any supernatural being (that means dragons for sure, and spirits (which I turned into twice) as well) are harmed by water, with a special death message and everything. Is this intentional?
Yeah, it'd be cool if you guys made an expanded version! It kinda reminds me of a Roguelike on Steam, called WazHack. That one is third-person and has a lot more stuff, though. But I love the unique experience DotGK gives!
Pretty cool! Overall a pretty fun rogue-lite, if a bit short and challenging at the start. The King himself felt like a letdown, with how that golden armor didn't seem to help him that much, and how his guards (who hold the strongest melee weapon in the game, yet keel over with a few flicks of a spear) seemed moderately more challenging than him.
That happened ON the desktop version. It opened my browser just to give me that webpage. But it looks like fiddling around in the flash settings fixed it. Just letting you know, as I said, it was the desktop version opening those pages. Took me right out of fullscreen to do so.
Well, I've got all the dna (except the nonexistent ones the Chameleon is making me look for) and evolved all the creatures. Overall, a very fun Tasty Planet-esque evolution minigame! It'd be great if there was more to it!
You're welcome! I just figured those out by accident. But...what are the 'cursed things' to be destroyed once and for all? Why did the now-chameleon call Cell Kell? Has he / she forgot all about his / her family? So many cliffhangers!
Hey, are the only npcs the snurtle and the evolving lizard? Is the ocean zone just a dead end?
Also, I've found the dna from the snurtle, and the dna from the cloud. Can you give me a hint on the others?
This game is adorable! I have a bunch of favorite sets. One of them is the realism trio: Knobs, Stretch, and Rex. I like them because they represent different dinosaur types. Then there's the monster trio: McSlime, Sashimi, and Geist. They're squishy! They're all charming, though! Great work!