I just got this game through the ninja bundle. TBH this was what I thought was a throwaway game in the bundle. Like all these bundles I try every game and I started up this game and 3 hours went by before I realized it.
Note for you, I would've never bought this game if it wasn't for the bundle, but now I will keep an eye for world of Keflings to come out for PC and buy that.
So I've run into a bug. When I assign a transport kepling to move silk to the factory they keep disappearing. I noticed it because when I assign a kepling to the silk transport job and every time I checked on them, they are not there and never come back and the silk pile keeps getting bigger. I'm on the DRM free download provided by Indy Royale on Win 7 64-bit. I'm playing single player, without the DLCs installed (just downloaded them now).
So I just assigned a kepling to the silk pile and then dropped him off at the factory and watched him. After I dropped him at the factory he walked back towards the silk maker and disappeared. From my perspective there is a building that blocks the sight of a road to the silk maker and in that road is where the kepling never comes out.
Is there anyway to get my keplings back?
I wish you guys made each kepling have random coloring or something to tell them apart or a list of keplings and their duties, I would've noticed this silk transport problem much earlier.
More than one save slot, please? I've probably lost a half dozen keplings now and I have no past save slot to go to before the bug.
In game cheats. For this kind of game, if I am going to replay it, I would like to see some kind in in game cheat. So instead of waiting 20 minutes to get enough planks to make a building, I can just use the in game cheat to save me some time. Its not like there is anything else in the game to do while I am waiting for more planks. For sure, if I replay this game after this initial playthrough (which I think wil happen) I will take a hex editor to my savegame and see if I can do it manually. However, an ingame cheat system would be really helpful for quicker playthroughs.