Process the raw materials and move them to the correct containers!


ASWD - Move 

Scroll Wheel - Zoom in/out

Q - Rotate machine during Placement Phase (Place Machine)

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I am unable to try this game from the Itch app. It gives the following error:

"Unable to parse Build/Ame Believer.framework.js.gz! This can happen if build compression was enabled but web server hosting the content was misconfigured to not serve the file with HTTP Response Header "Content-Encoding: gzip" present. Check browser Console and Devtools Network tab to debug."

I have not tried to play from any regular browser... yet.

We do recommend playing from the usual browsers on PC, thanks for notifying though!

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Just an update (maybe pass this on to Itch, too):

If I edit the "index.html" to replace the "*.gz" files with the un-gzipped files (and actually un-gzip the files within the Itch folder for the game), everything seems to work okay.

My guess is that since Itch is feeding the files locally instead of a "real" web server, it is not sending the encoding and/or content-type headers (or any other web server headers, for that matter...)

(Oh, and just F.Y.I., I am a Linux user, not a Windows PC user, which is why I prefer the Itch app. I also do not always have Internet access to play online.)

Thanks for the information and head's up, I didn't know 


Okay, let's start with THIS IS REALLY COOL AND FUN! Excellent graphics, Awesome models, and really fun music! 

I gets really hard to see what you're doing sometimes. Perhaps, raise the direction arrow above the platform instead of on the ground. Also, allow us to rotate the camera around the room so you can see what you're doing from different angles. Things get behind other things.

Also, there doesn't appear to be any way to tell what a machine is going to produce. Two machines that look alike can produce two different products. 

Finally, trying to get the conveyers just right takes a little trial and error. Instead of clearing the whole board, let us just go back to where it was before we tested it.

AGAIN a super fun concept and incredibly well presented.

Thanks for the detailed feedback! you're definitely correct we've also seen things that can be improved after we've built everything up. Definitely things to learn 👌