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Mutilate-a-Doll 2

Virtual stressball physics sandbox about mutilating ragdolls in various ways using an overwhelming amount of items. · By rava

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A topic by rava created Apr 05, 2018 Views: 1,315 Replies: 1
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Developer (12 edits)

Q: How to find my game/download/key?

Q: How to update the game?
A: Simply re-download it. The Flash version is around 3MB and the exe version is around 8MB - both smaller than some image files out there - so it shouldn't hurt any data caps you might have.



Q: Where's all the game-relevant information?
A: The Kongregate forums, so I don't have to update multiple places at once.



Q: Why does it cost a reasonable amount of money?
A: The previous Pay What You Want model didn't work. At all.
I wrote all about it in the release writeup.

Q: Why do you have to pay?

A1: You can buy the new edition, if:

- You want the latest version of the game, with all fixes and updates included.

- You want to support the game, and its years of free updates.

- You want to play locally, without ads, and fully offline if you so wish.

- You want to leverage native flash players for potentially better performance.

A2: You can play the Base Edition, which is the exact same version as the previous 2015 Download Version.

A3: You can play on Kongregate, just like before.

Developer (3 edits)

Q: Can I transfer my Kongregate items/settings to the WFSE?

A: You can transfer all your items and settings between the versions, but it's a bit of manual work I'm afraid due to the way Flash Player sandboxes user data. Here's how:

1) Find your Kong files folder:

2) Find your local files folder (same as Kong except replace "" with "localhost" i.e. ...\#SharedObjects\<Some sort of ID>\localhost\#orava\mutilate)

(If the localhost folder doesn't exist, launch the DLE and tweak change any setting and it should be created.)

3) Back up your local files to a different folder if you've made any changes locally (just in case you want to restore something later on.)

4) Copy whichever Kong files you want to the local folder, overwriting any existing ones.

(5) Restart the game if it was running.