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thank you to everybody who could join us tonight! check out @rainwarrior's NES/PC game Lizard here:

VODs of tonight's and past episodes are available on mixer, and soon later on youtube!

Going to attempt to implement an auto-save and resume option for the PC version of Lizard.

I overlooked this. Was trying to accurately duplicate the NES experience, but there's emulators and savestates, even in hardware... I don't want people to be afraid to close the game.

I put cheat codes into Lizard because I wanted to give you power over the game without needing special tools. If you bought it, it's your game, not mine. Don't let me tell you how you should play it.

There's no official box art for the new NES game "Lizard," so here's what I had to resort to instead

Lizard is... done? ⚠️

I'm actually too tired to play through and check right now. Going to bed.
First clear of Lizard expected 2018-01-12.

@squirrel Sorry Eversion was a bust, I remember having a lot more fun with it than it looked like you were having. (I've played through it like 5 times over the years.)

Though maybe it sounds perverse but it was interesting to watch for me anyway, there was value on seeing what you got hung up on in it.

Also I don't think I could play it with an analog stick. :S

All the significant programming work for Lizard is finally done. I'm in the home stretch! This pair of dancing blue lizards accurately represent how I feel right now. 🦎🦎

Had a dream I was in a choir again last night. Woke up with a weird shout because I was in the middle of belting ZAAAAADOK THE PRIIIIIIIIEST when my sleep got interrupted.

Shaft only has 4 legs because she is a 2D octopus.
Only Lizard 3D would have a human-world standard 8 legs.

My rule of thumb is:
4D octopus = 2^4 = 16 legs
3D octopus = 2^3 = 8 legs
2D octopus = 2^2 = 4 legs
1D octopus = 2^1 = 2 legs

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