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BUILDING

The building menu is now functional!  Right now it only contains a couple of barricades that can be built, but we’ll get to adding more options to choose from soon.  

 

You can now place multiple proxies (ghosted-objects) at a time without having to constantly re-open the Build/Crafting menu.  It even keeps them rotated to your desired rotation, because we care about your building experience. And we care about families.  If you can’t place and build your barricades quickly, your family might get eaten. Vote for us.


 

AI DISSIDENTS AND TASK MANAGEMENT

As any parent of a teenager will tell you, sometimes when you nurture a person and they grow up to have a mind of their own, they can get a bit difficult to deal with.  You tell them to do something so they do the opposite. Well, our Units may not yet have drivers licenses (another fun thing to look forward in the future!), but they sure are getting an attitude.  

 

Today after placing multiple barricades to be built, the units built a couple of them and then just wandered around in protest.  It’s as if they’re tired of everyone (all of the other scripts) telling them what to do all the time.




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