Wednesday, December 29, 2021

CCSF '21 Release: CAOS Command Line History

Friends, this is an edit I should have made years and years ago. I have wanted to do it for so long-- nearly every time I have opened the CAOS command line (and absolutely every time I have typo'd something I was trying to enter) I have wished for this. And I knew it was something I could do, I just couldn't seem to sit myself down and make myself do it!

Well, I finally, finally became frustrated enough to implement it-- it took all of maybe a couple hours, and already it has made my life so much easier. I don't know how often most people use the CAOS command line, but if you use it frequently enough to share my frustration, I hope you'll find it useful too!

Download it here!

Tuesday, December 28, 2021

CCSF '21 Release: Autoject Startup Injector

I'm a little behind making these release posts, but I figure the CCSF 2021 Blog deserves the spotlight right now anyway!

The Autoject Startup Injector consists of a pair of files: a cos file for your Bootstrap folder and a text file for your Journal folder. After placing them in their respective directories, you can edit the text file to create a list of all the agents you would like automatically injected on the load of each new world. Be sure to check the readme for all the details!

Wednesday, December 8, 2021

CCSF '21 Agent Updates

 Happy CCSF everyone! If you're not already, make sure you're following the CCSF Blog

Here's the download links to the updates, and I've also updated their original release posts with the new versions to avoid confusion.

Saturday, April 10, 2021

Poppapple Patch Plant Release

This is extremely silly, but I just realized that I never actually officially made a post here about the Popapple Patch Plant that was released back for CCSF 2020! Download it here! Requires the Garden Box to inject.

The "popping" effect caused by the overripe fruits will startle creatures at first, but as they hang around the plant, they'll get used to it and won't be startled anymore.

Many thanks to Mea for the much-improved sprites! You really don't want to see the old sprites-- but I can tell you we were calling it "the marvelous buttfruit" internally before Mea came along.