Hi, a weird issue, I got this message when I try and load the game from sites. It worked fine when loading the game from localhost.
It doesn't work with Chromium, it does work with Firefox and Internet Explorer. Here's the test version (about 2 MB download) (have to fix other things as well): http://nsnstudios.itch.io/this-is-it
From this thread, "you do not [legally] have to put in a warning ... but it would be nice if you did".
Found the culprit: http://d33v4339jhl8k0.cloudfront.net/docs/assets/53e3251ee4b0240feb80a528/images/54379d69e4b008d4ba040015/file-Rw44c8LNwv.png
Is this a SugarCane bug or it's intended? It's weird it needs that disabled.
[quote]notnsane, this is unrelated to your actual question, but you might want to think about putting up an epilepsy warning on your start screen. Twine isn't really a platform that photosensitive folks traditionally need to worry much about, you know?
I won't put a warning in the game no matter what (breaks the experience), but will put one in the game's description, thanks! Good call.
As you can see, I don't use Twine in the traditional way, for me it's just a tool that I tweak to my needs
I can't see that. Summarize or post it somewhere else?
EDIT: Nevermind, I used an image proxy.
No, it's not a bug in SugarCube. It's likely because of how the site you're using is serving the compiled file.