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Ask a Question / corrupted actor behavior
« on: February 28, 2020, 07:44:42 pm »
One of the events in an actor behavior in my game has become corrupted so that whenever I try to move a block using the mouse, it self-replicates as if I were holding down the Alt key (except instead of copying the one block it copies them all).  This makes it impossible to make changes to it without messing it up.  Is there a way to restore this behavior without having to delete and rework the event?  It's really long so I don't want to have to do that.

Also, not sure if this is related, but one of the scenes is also corrupted so it doesn't open.

Thanks.  Log is attached.


I got an email saying someone replied but I don't see the reply here.  If anyone has replied to this post, I can't see the replies on this page for some reason.  I can only see my own posts.

Forget what I said earlier about not making an iOS version.  It's up on iOS now as well as Android.

iOS version:

I expect that someone will ask "Is there an iOS version?"  For now, there isn't.  Apple charges $99 per year for a developer account.  This game does not have any monetization so it doesn't make sense to pay.  If part 1 is successful I plan to make part 2 and include ads and in-game purchases.  I will probably put both parts on iOS at that time.  But for now I need to stay within a  budget of zero.



Embark on an action-filled adventure that is truly INSANE!  "Is this really happening?  Or am I LOSIN' IT!!!???"  It started as a normal day for a normal guy shopping in a grocery store.  But things took a bad turn and now Ed finds himself trapped in a nightmare world of enemies, secrets, and weird gross stuff.  Playing as Ed, you will have to avoid dangers, unlock weapons and abilities, fight zombies and other creatures, explore strange places, solve puzzles, and uncover a shocking conspiracy to discover the truth and escape from whatever this grocery store has become.

This game uses a simple, ergonomic one-touch control scheme.  Just tap the screen anywhere to change direction (it's basically a one-button game).  NO VIRTUAL CONTROLS!  Contains crude humor, mild cartoon violence, and some potentially disturbing images.

- Ergonomic one-touch control scheme
- A unique, innovative new twist on one-button gaming
- Explorey nonlinear gameplay
- Arcade action
- Mild puzzle solving
- Varied gameplay
- Only ads are "our other games" promos, there's just a couple
- An intriguing plot
- Can be played offline

Google Play download:

Flash version:








Ask a Question / Re: "Encountered errors" message
« on: October 27, 2018, 10:52:19 pm »
sorry, forgot to attach the file. Here it is.

Ask a Question / "Encountered errors" message
« on: October 27, 2018, 10:51:35 pm »
When I try to publish my game to Android I get an error message that says "Encountered errors while building your game.  Check your logs and post them to the forums."
Log is attached.  I am using Build 9300 on Windows 10.

Ask a Question / Re: Android Target Version - wrong SDK
« on: October 24, 2018, 06:54:30 pm »
look in your workspace folder for the API and update with the manager in that directory, I dont think Stencyl auto detects if the API is already installed on the system and uses its own
Is there a tutorial somewhere on how to do this in Windows?  I've been having the same problem.

Resolved Questions / Re: How can I restore a corrupted game file?
« on: February 15, 2015, 01:21:01 pm »
It worked! Thanks a lot Captain Comic.

Resolved Questions / How can I restore a corrupted game file? [Solved]
« on: January 28, 2015, 02:51:48 pm »
I have been working on  a game for the last month, and somehow it got corrupted.  Now when I try to open it I get an error message and the game doesn't load.  Is there a way to restore it or salvage parts of it?  Thanks.

1. zipped game file
2. log from attempting to open the file
3. error message copied into text file

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