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So, I’m moving tomorrow. That means I need to be packing my house right now, not making updates to my games – but a couple of the bugs in last week’s release are too serious to ignore, so here’s an update anyway. Play it at the usual location.

  • You can now properly hide in Robin’s room when presented with the option.
  • The Slave Show adventure now actually works (rather than displaying the last event for the intro adventure).
  • Getting called upon to discuss literature with your owner no longer causes issues.

Interesting to note that these fixes weren’t specific to the events in question – they just happened to be the first ones to trigger serious bugs in the game engine itself (ie, “always using the intro adventure”, “not validating skill check results”, and “breaking when there’s apostrophes in the label for an option”).


    • Peter Black - 2017-01-29

    Double ‘b’ in ‘Robin’ and double surname of the Mistress in the event where Robin tells you to go to the library:

    Your plans are interrupted by a breathless Robbin pounding on the door. “Natalie, Ms. Jemson Jemson says you should take the next shift.”

    • Darthjake - 2017-01-30

    Best of luck with the move!

    • Say0 - 2017-01-31

    Moving sucks. Best of luck with it!

    • Eidalac - 2017-02-02

    Ung. Moving. Hope it goes smoothly!

    • Novus - 2017-02-05

    Yay! I meant to comment on the last update, but got sidetracked. Your alteration to the introduction really changed the tone for me. I hadn’t been able to enjoy the game, before, but now I find it fairly interesting. Bit of a mental stumbling block, I suppose. Anyway, I wasn’t able to get very far initially, as I got tripped up by a couple of those bugs. Glad you got them fixed! Now I can see what other content is there ^_^.

    Best of luck with the move. I’m the rare freak of nature that actually enjoys moving (more or less) as it means a new environment and I’m a bit of a wanderer by nature. Even just moving from one apartment to another in the same city has always been enjoyable for me, at least after the initial chaos.

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