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Titosmeow

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  1. That sounds really good and well thought out. I had a similar idea regarding a Tropical Island, so very happy to up-vote this one. A couple of the ideas I had that could go along with it (not sure if any of these have been recommended elsewhere so I apologize if they have): -Geysers that would randomly erupt and have a spray radius around them or could be wind dependent (random couple tiles). -Tide pools within the island that spawn clams, fish, and crabbits. -A new tropical predator that is a combination of big cats like a Tigard (Tiger/Leopard) or a Liotah (Lion/Cheetah). They would be very hard to hear and quite fast (lots of movement), but perhaps scared off relatively easy (for a couple of days). -Also played with the idea of rising tides onto sandy beaches every few days, but wasn't sure how easy that would be to do. Thank you for putting this great idea into words.
  2. I also came across the movement one (was on Whale Island). Started with moving a baby out of a nest but she only shifted to the side of the nest (as if she had a twin beside her). I tried to use the mouse wheel to scroll in and as I did it gradually moved the baby to the correct space. Then tried to move the mom back onto the nest and had the same thing happen (didn't move but could "scroll" her to the nest). Then had another nichling not move where moved to; scrolling did not fix. The mom and baby were only moving one spot, so maybe that was the difference. Ended day with the move not taking place. Next day seemed like the sun did not come all the way up and I could no longer click on any nichlings. Could tab to cycle through them but would not show any information on them and could not do any actions. Exited to main menu and re-entered. Used the right mouse button hold to rotate the camera and the nichling who had not moved properly swung around the screen even out above the ocean. But could now click on nichlings and it would show actions as if there move had been completed properly. Noticed doing an action with another nichling sometimes made the previous nichiling move to the proper spot. Also seemed to affect bunnils.
  3. Came across the same thing.
  4. Titosmeow

    Forest Biome

    This is a neat idea. It could have roots to dig up as well, and I'm sure the Blue Birds would be bad in the forest (probably nesting there, lol).
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