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Do you create content for Creatures? If so, what sorts? What do you use to make things, and what would you like to make in the future? If not, what would you like to make if you could?

I primarily make agents for C3DS, though I've tried out gengineering before and have branched out to the other games for my CCSF submissions. Also, I made a metaroom once! I also edit the wiki sometimes, if that counts.

Art is done in Photoshop, though I tend to use freely-available sprites when I can. Everything else is the usual set of official tools and Bobcob and so on. One thing I use sometimes that I'm not sure is popular is the CAOS debugging tool - who else uses it? It's not mentioned in tutorials and so on that I remember, but it's quite useful for more complex agents, especially if (like me) you're used to using print statements for debugging.

I have a whole list of things I'd like to make in the future, including a second list just for C2 annoyances that I would like to fix. Other than that...
C1: [stuff related to my main CCSF submission] and making the hummingbirds do more.
C2: More plants, and maybe more critters for creatures to eat. A teardown of the evolving pidgeons. Colortrue C2 creatures, if that would work.
C3DS: The second version of Desert Ruins, with ecology fixes/new plants/a new feature for the beetle/sound effects/music/etc. A metaroom with a Japanese theme. A snowflake patch 'plant'. An annoyance fix for the DS injection screen. My own version of the corpse cleaner. Doing something with some of the incomplete sprites you can find in the image folder. I also have this written in my list but I'm not sure what it is anymore! "magic words drop food? drop things in general?" What?
Misc: I have a folder in my bookmarks for wiki pages I want to add or expand (usually creators whose works aren't fully up).

I'm not going to run out of projects for a while.


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