Thanks! They sent me the email when the program started, but I had just started multi-streaming and didn't want to loose those views. But also I wasn't sure I could make money off it (I am a sellout, yes.) but I've already had my first bit war so yay!
Plus I'll be honest, I can set my channel to adults only on Twitch. Kids are going to lie, I know, but I have no urge to police myself like I do on Youtube.
Long-Answer: By the time we ever reached any zone with other life not in our own system, within the Ort Cloud, the life forms and their system, would likely be gone. Evidence of them too, potentially.
I think there's something wrong with your browser then, if you're using Twine's built-in debug feature. When I tried: (set: $operations to operations + 1) it actually gave me a very useful error output stating that "operations is not defined"
So I've actually started a Twine story up in Harlowe 2 and been playing with different code structures and permutations. Everything works fine and normally.
Instead if (if: $operations <= 0) you could also try:
(set: $isOperationsDone to ($operations <= 0))
Instead of the if: statement (if you leave the if statement in, it'll trash your existing output when it jumps to the next storyboard). If the print value is correct and if you actually don't jump to the end without the apparently offending if statement, then try adding:
$isOperationsDone[(goto: "peregrine@end:~$ ^z")]
@tinuviel Loot boxes. When building specific decks, kegs are largely just scrap factories and you craft the cards you want. There's no cards in the game you can't make through crafting via scraps. You don't have to wait for a random drop to get a card.
Just so you know the No Sleep writer (or one of them?) has been involved in Liberty: Tales from the Tower, a fictional horror/Twilight Zone radio show from the fictional city of Liberty.
There is just so much damned good stuff out there right now.
Crunchyroll pass. MAKE SURE TO POST WHEN YOU CLAIM. I don't look to see if they are claimed until I get a notification about a new one. Be kind to others who might want it and let them know you called dibs.
@chime Given how long some Kickstarters take to deliver, I bet this happens often.
n.b. So far, it is video games and big board games that have taken the longest. I also now have my board games. I have one video game, Drifter, which is playable, but still way in development. Looking at you Kitaru, Mandate, Emerald ...
thanks, I tried finding a "dumb" version of the TV I am looking at but doesn't look like they have one. It's got a bunch of positive reviews and I've been looking at various tech sites and seems like it'll be good enough. Thanks again!