might it be worth rotating the ears to be a little further down the side of the head, so as to space them out more from the horn and thus give an impression of how widely spaced out the actual unikitty’s ears are? idk
Yeah like when I moved them further down, I actually looked like a horse. I might need to make smaller ears so that they can sit further out and still look like cat ears. Thank you for suggestion ~
ok so if a breakdown of what happened would be useful:
* i did click on the text boxes to remove them when they came up - thought i’d point that out
* i eventually managed to talk to the beetle all three times i tried to play it - i guess you have to click on it, then on the door? guess i was doing something wrong at first
* the first time i did the panel puzzle, i managed to light up the panels, but all that happened to the door was that it became impossible to select it in any way, so i had to restart. i did see the “ray is dum lol” message that i couldn’t find subsequently, so maybe that had something to do with it. idk.
* the second “game breaker” was at the gate to the city, with the two minifigs; halfway through talking to the second one, i clicked outside of the box and cancelled the conversation; after that, i couldn’t re enter the conversation, go through the gate, or return to where i had been previously, so i had to restart again. fortunately, i didn’t have any problems after that.
Hmmm. You should only have to click on the automatic convo box, the beetle, then the dialog box that pops up, and then it should take you right to the convo. So I’ll look at that in the finished file.
The “Ray is butts” message is completely separate from the matching game, so technically it shouldn’t (but thank you for mentioning it, I’ll double check for a link between the two.) All I can think is that everyyyyy now and then, I noticed that something in the file would break for seemingly no reason, but once I reset the game it would work fine. The only thing I could figure was that I moved too fast for the game to run all the processes correctly, or the game file just didn’t load everything that particular time because of an interruption by another program.
I’ll replicate the guard problem and see if I can fix it, thanks. :) I had that problem once, as well, but I was never able to figure out what I had done wrong. Can’t replicate, think it is very likely to be the problem described in the next paragraph.
I’m glad you got it to work eventually, but it sucks that it was being an ass to you. I’m noticing that you had issues on every single complex scene in the game (complex scenes being ones that have several different groups of events.) This might mean that the first time you played each complex scene, the file didn’t load the groups properly until you reset. This might have to do with how your computer ran or downloaded the file, like if there was any kind of interruption or issue with the loading or downloading process (even if you didn’t notice anything weird happening.) If you hadn’t eventually finished it, I would recommend deleting the file and redownloading it, making sure that your computer does not run any other programs while you download.