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About Kiako

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  1. I had the same problem and solved it by lowering the priority of the aglae farm. Hope it can help
  2. Thank you for this study even if it's a little bit depressing for the dupes. (To answer your obvious question, I feel like we need to split substainability into long term and foreever. A low level colony should have a long term survivability but should be doomed by the lack of ressource. This woud help beginners to discover the game. An high level colony should have a short term survivability unless the player carefully manage production and maintenance. The higher the level, ,the more complex managing would be, the more the colony should be able to survive forever)
  3. French player here, thank you. And as there is no other sum up , thank you again.
  4. So we have Morp that can be spawn at will generate not so optimum O² generate temperate atmosphere lift water ( see what Seedling says in the bug section, yes I had already propose a pump). Even if they are not the best at everything, they seems quite versatiles.
  5. This shouldn't be fixed, but one should be able to easely understand what's going on, with a pressure overlay for instance. Now for the real question : did you try to build the Morp-based water pump ? If morps can make water goes up enough, then this water may partially fall on an other tank ...
  6. When you search the game on Steam Store, it's not posible to buy it, even if the Alpha is annouced. You have to find the link elsewhere. Not possible to buy the game Ppossible to buy the game Both link above have the same name on Steam Store.
  7. Quite a disapointement, I expected distillation to be possible to split Contaminated Oxygen into Oxygen / CO2 / ...
  8. This is what I meant on a small scale. The layer are, as far as I can tell Hydrogen Contaminated oxygen Oxygen Clorine Carbone Dioxyde 80+ cycle in a more or less big closed room, but it 's the same on a smaller scale. It seems that when a gaz go down, it will also go on the left, whereas if it goes up, it will also be on the rigth.. For somme reasons, chlorine goes down as expected. The two kind of contaminated oxygen keep the same shape. The Chlorine behaviour suggest that, for a gaz, going down on a tile is prioterise over going up for an other gaz. (gravity). (please forgive image editing)
  9. Maybe you can do better with the bug. Dupes can breath contaminated oxygen produce bys Morp out of nothing. Dupes can die by straving : mealwood don't require anything, if you plant them in the rigth insulate area. Dupes can die by suffocation : Co2 may be destroyed easely with an air pump and 50+ gaz pipe bridge (due to a bug they make a little bit of gaz disapear.) Dupes will be stressed because of lack of water / poor oxygene / raise in level. If you kill them by starving once they become a problem you colony may last quite a long time.
  10. @Rysu : Is the gaz always expanding in this way : left side "heavier" and rigth side "lighter" ? I have already noticed a similar pattern but I am sure sure of this.