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Date Posted: 14:23:56 09/28/01 Fri
Author: Robb
Subject: I hate to ask this question, but...

Didja find any bugs in FOD?

There are two that I know of:

1) if you are in the bus it's possible for a line break to not show up when it lists the contents of the bus. This is because the bus is viewed as a "container" and something is making the game list the contents of all containers when they are sitting there, unless I give them the "quiet" tag, and I can't do that for the bus

2) if you have a movie in the projector and take it, it will ask which one.


Right now I am living in a dream world where there are no unknown issues. I love living in this world. But at the same time... it cannot last forever. I am a man. Not a mouse. What's your take on the stability and buggness of the game so far?


--R.

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