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      The test yesterday went well. We got the whole office (mostly) to work from home without significant issue. As a result, Klei Staff that can work from home have been asked to do so until further notice.  This means that we will have to cancel the Rhymes with Play stream until we are all back in the office. This shouldn't affect anything else at least in the short term, but if things change I will update you all here.  Original Post: Hey everybody,  This Tuesday March 10th, 2020 the entire staff at Klei will be working remotely for 1 day in an effort to prepare the studio to work remotely for a little while if the need arises.  Klei is already set up pretty well to allow for working remotely, however we are going to have a one day "dry run" with the whole studio so that we can identify and avoid any issues or downtime that may arise should choose to implement a work from home policy due to COVID-19 outbreak concerns. Unfortunately this does mean that we will be canceling the “Rhymes with Play” Art stream this coming Tuesday, however unless the situation changes we expect everything at the studio to be back to normal Wednesday and we’ll continue our regular stream schedule Thursday March 12th. If the situation changes at all, we'll let you know. Thanks for your understanding.
       

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  1. I spent some time gathering the images of places I want to visit before I die in 93 years...Thought I would share these images with you all. And these are REAL places.
  2. Hi all,I've just started my first Let's play series of Don't Starve, I've had the game on my PC since March and havent really played it too indepthly, I decided it was time to change that.The entire "series" was filmed in 1 session, and is being uploaded every other dayIf your interested in watching a youtuber who has been called "Calm & very laid back" please have a lookYou may even find my other videos entertaininghttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KpE5aK7tzlYThanks for your time
  3. http://theuglydance.com/?v=diglqpmwysI was really really bored. But yeah it was worth the time, I'm still laughing His head was made out of a screendshot.It's Wilson doing the ugly dance!
  4. Where will you, indeed.
  5. Laggy Gallery

    I imagined Wilson stuck on that one chair and that never-ending music...
  6. Made in around 45 minutes, counted by listening to a music 18 timeshttp://bandy333.deviantart.com/art/Don-t-Starve-Irony-368262007?q=gallery%3Abandy333&qo=0
  7. Hi, there here are my 2 draws of Dont Starve.Willson Zombie.The victory of Wolgang.
  8. LAST UPDATE: 4/11/13Quick Note: This is a slightly AU fanfic. Please keep that in mind while reading. Enjoy!Don’t Starve: Chronicles of SurvivalChapter 1The First Two Days“Say, pal, you don’t look so good.”The boy began to stir upon hearing the familiar voice. When the boy’s eyes cracked open, they spotted the numerous white clouds covering the sky. The boy groaned before his hands dug into the ground, the boy pushing himself up a moment later. The boy’s tired gaze glanced around the grassy plain, a few tall tufts of grass and small saplings dotting the landscape. A split second later, the boy awoke fully, head twisting left and right in quick movements.“Where am I?!” The boy, after remaining still and thinking for a moment, turned around and saw a thin man wearing a black suit towering a few feet behind. The boy’s gaze transformed into a glare as a snarl formed in his throat. “Maxwell…” The boy rose to his feet, but the aggression faded as a dizzy spell struck, the boy raising a hand to his head to pinch his forehead.The thin man smirked in response. “You better find something to eat before night comes!” In a puff of smoke, the man disappeared.The boy released a gasp upon seeing Maxwell vanish. The boy’s anger soon returned, however. “If I see him again…” With a sigh, the boy returned to scanning the environment as a hand ran through his black hair. “What have you gotten yourself into, Wilson? You should’ve known you couldn’t trust him. What was I even thinking, going along with him…?” Another sigh passed by the boy’s lips before he straightened up. “Well, standing around won’t solve anything. I’ve already wasted enough time.” Wilson, after pulling his fingerless gloves back, walked over to and picked up a sharp piece of flint. “I better look around and find some materials I can use since I’m in the middle of nowhere, it seems.” The boy turned towards a nearby grass tuft and, using the flint he picked up earlier, cut the grass then placed it in his right front pocket. Wilson repeated the process with several other tufts of grass until he spotted another piece of flint on the ground near a small sapling. After picking up the piece of flint, the boy sliced off several of the sapling’s branches. However, one twig fell near a leafy plant that caught the boy’s attention.Wilson knelt next to and examined the leafy plant before pulling it up. The boy smiled upon recognizing the orange vegetable and placed the carrot in his left front pocket. As Wilson stood up, he saw a berry bush a few feet away and walked over to it. Wilson plucked one berry off of the bush, and, after examining the berry, nodded and ate it. After grabbing the rest of the berries on that bush, Wilson then continued harvesting grass, flint, saplings, carrots, and berries while wandering around the grassy field for hours.While walking, Wilson heard the sound of waves crashing. The boy glanced around until he headed towards the source of the sound. Wilson soon found himself staring out at the water below the cliff he stood on, a strange mist hiding what lay beyond the western horizon. “Salt water… This doesn’t help me at all.” The boy licked his lips before saying, “I do need to find a good source of water, though…” Wilson turned his head to follow the edge of the land. “I might as well see how far it goes. Maybe I’ll come across a river in the process…” Wilson followed the land’s edge for a couple of hours, grabbing any nearby food and materials. The boy, however, took notice of a forest of evergreen trees to the south. The boy paused to think then looked up at the sky. Upon seeing the sun approaching the horizon, the boy turned his attention back to the trees. Wilson walked over to a small tree and examined its bark. With another moment of thought, the boy came up with an idea. The boy pulled out a piece of flint and a few twigs from his pocket. With a nod, Wilson began combining the two items faster than the normal eye could follow. Wilson then held up an axe and gained a devilish smirk. The boy swung the axe at the tree several times. Within minutes, the tree fell to the ground. The boy gained a triumphant grin. “Take that, nature!” The boy then began chopping the tree trunk into smaller logs. However, the sky turned red as the sun began to creep below the horizon. Wilson looked up upon hearing screeches of fear. The boy watched as several strange horned rabbits ran towards various rabbit holes in the ground. Wilson continued staring in the direction of the rabbits for a short time.“Were those…?” The boy shook his head as he noticed all the birds in the area fly away. “I better start a fire. Who knows what could be out here…”Wilson sat down and arranged some of the logs to form the base of a campfire. The boy then pulled out a handful of grass and placed it on top of the logs. After a short pause, Wilson pulled out two pieces of flint and began scraping them together. Wilson continued this for a few minutes until a couple of sparks landed on the grass and started a fire. While watching the fire, the sun fell completely behind the horizon, darkness covering all but the area closest to the fire.Wilson turned his gaze to the sky. “Strange… There aren’t any stars in the sky. And it looks like it’s a new moon right now, too.” The boy’s stomach growled a few seconds later. “I guess now’s a good time to eat. Then again, how long was I unconscious…?” The boy pulled out several of the berries and a few carrots. After gazing at them, the boy thought of an idea. Wilson pulled out a long twig and a piece of flint from his pocket. The boy used the flint to slice the carrots, and once a couple of the carrots were cut, he forced several berries and carrot slices onto the twig. Wilson held the twig a few feet above the fire, twisting the twig every now and then. Several minutes passed before the boy pulled the twig back and examined the cooked berries and carrot slices.“It’s nowhere near gourmet, but it’ll do.” The boy began eating the cooked food on the twig. Several minutes passed as the boy ate in silence. Once Wilson ate his fill, he leaned back and poked the crackling fire with the long twig. The boy, after tossing the long twig into the fire, fished a notebook and pen out of his back left pocket. Wilson flipped through a couple of pages in the notebook before reaching a page with a drawing of a strange machine.“If I could make my science machine…” The boy closed his eyes for a brief moment and lowered his head. “I’ve already found some wood, but I’ll need to find some good quality stones if I want to make it. And a piece of gold…” Wilson tossed a small log onto the small campfire. “How I’m going to carry this wood, I don’t know… yet.”Wilson pulled out all of the food and materials he gathered during the day. After skewering more berries and carrots on long twigs, the boy forced the twigs into the dirt near the fire. The boy then turned his attention to the twigs, grass, and flint lying before him. Wilson soon began nodding to himself, a smile appearing on his face. The boy grabbed several handfuls of grass and twigs and, in several quick motions, began crafting a new item. Wilson’s brow furrowed as he transformed the grass and twigs into something new, but he soon gained a smirk as he finished the job. After twisting the twig hosting the cooking food, the boy turned the pale yellow backpack around and opened the front pocket.“This’ll do. This’ll do just nicely… Now I can carry a lot more.” As Wilson began packing the logs into the backpack, rays of light broke up the darkness. “Morning already? It didn’t seem to be that long of a night. Anyways, I better take a look around. Maybe I’ll find some rocks… or a way back to civilization.”Before leaving the campfire, Wilson removed the toasted food from the twigs and placed it in the backpack’s side pockets. The boy left after slinging the backpack over his shoulder and adjusting the straps. As Wilson headed east, he came across a sparse forest, a layer of dead leaves hiding the ground beneath. The boy wandered past several trees for several minutes. However, Wilson soon spotted something and ran over to the cobble path.The boy knelt down and examined the curving path. “This path… Someone put a lot of care into making this, even though it does end here. …Does that mean I’m not the only person here?” Wilson’s gaze followed the path until it disappeared behind a group of trees. “It couldn’t hurt to follow it… It’s not like I really have anything better to do.”Wilson followed the curving path through the forest. While following the path, the boy spotted another grassy plain with several saplings and a few grass tufts and berry bushes. Wilson wandered off of the path and gathered some twigs, grass, and berries before returning to and following the path. Wilson’s stomach grumbled a short time after returning to the path, prompting him to pull out and munch on a couple of roasted berries. After following the path for an hour, munching on a few more cooked berries along the way, the trees began to thin out. The boy gasped upon seeing the rocky terrain and the several boulders lying about.“This is perfect…” Wilson then thought of a problem. “But I need something to break the rocks apart. Like a pick…” Wilson gained a smile as an idea formed in his head.The boy pulled out a few twigs and pieces of flint. Wilson, using swift movements, began combining the two materials. Within a couple of minutes, Wilson held up and examined the pickaxe in his right hand. The boy nodded then walked over to one of the smaller boulders. Wilson then began swinging the pickaxe at the boulder. The first impact created a small indentation, and the following swings lengthened cracks extending from the first impact site. The boy continued pounding away at the rock until it shattered into several pieces, flint and stones falling to the ground.After catching his breath, Wilson picked up and examined the stones. “Yes, yes… These will be perfect for my making my science machine!” The boy gathered all of the stones and flint and stored them in the right front pocket. “Hmm… I’ll probably need a few more rocks in the future. I’ll mine a couple more of these rocks then move on.” The boy strolled over to another nearby boulder. With a deep breath, Wilson began hacking at the large rock. The boy spent several minutes swinging until the boulder finally broke apart to reveal more rocks and flint. Wilson then grabbed all of the spoils before deciding to swing at another smaller boulder. The boulder took fewer swings to destroy than the previous one, and when it crumbled, something shiny fell to the ground along with the flint and rocks. The shiny object caught Wilson’s attention.“Was that…?” The boy fished out a shiny yellow chunk. “It… it’s gold!” A laugh escaped Wilson’s throat. “I can’t believe it!” The boy then thought of something. “But the science machine won’t be able to move once I make it…” Wilson’s gaze turned to the sky, the sun approaching the horizon. “A base… Yeah, that sounds like a plan. I’ll just follow the path a little longer and see if I can find a good area.”Wilson returned to the path and followed it deeper into the rocky terrain. However, the boy ran into a fork in the road as sunset covered the area in the setting sun’s light. One split in the path headed north while the other split headed to the east. Wilson glanced in each direction before heading towards the center of the crossroads. Wilson slid the backpack off onto the rocky ground near where the northern and eastern paths met. The boy pulled out the logs and began arranging a few into another campfire, but a rock slid out of his pocket and landed on the ground with a thud.Wilson grabbed the rock and almost put it back into the pocket until an idea struck him. The boy emptied his pockets of all the rocks, twigs, grass, and flint. Wilson began arranging the stones into a circular pattern around the logs. Once the circle of rocks was finished, Wilson grabbed two pieces of flint and began scraping them together. The resulting sparks eventually lit the logs on fire just a few moments before total darkness surrounded the rest of the area.Wilson sighed after seeing the roaring fire. “Made it just in time…” With another sigh, the boy pulled out the berries he picked during the daytime. “I better start cooking these. Then I’ll make my science machine.”The boy slipped all the berries onto a couple of twigs. After glancing around, the boy stuck the twigs into a crack in the ground close to the fire. Wilson then turned his attention to the spare logs and rocks on the ground. Wilson pulled out the gold nugget before he looked around the area. The boy tossed a few twigs onto the fire, the light illuminating more of the area. With the additional light, Wilson spotted a flat region then nodded. The boy picked up the logs and rocks and carried them over to the level area. Wilson then began to combine the three types of items in a series of swift movements. A few of the logs soon became a wooden stool with three legs. A structure made of rock, a small slit adorning one side, then came to rest on top of the stool. The boy soon constructed a wooden lever on one side of the machine, and two wood gears connected by a tread formed on another side of the machine. A wooden funnel formed on and decorated the top of the machine before Wilson backed away. “It’s done…” A small tear formed in the corner of the boy’s eye, but he quickly wiped it away. “You’re even more beautiful than you were before, my science machine.” Wilson then gained a smile. “And now, it’s time to put you to the test.” The boy fished a rock out of his pocket and tossed it into the funnel on top of the contraption. Wilson then grabbed the lever. “For science!”Wilson pulled the lever down then backed away. The gears and tread on the machine started turning slowly before speeding up. Clunking sounds emanated from the center of the machine. Soon the whole machine began hopping up and down as the clunking noises grew louder and more prominent. However, the machine settled down a few moments later, a puff of smoke escaping through the funnel as a dinging noise resounded through the area. A few chiming noises then sounded as a small strip of paper with writing covering it slid out of the small slit on the machine. A panel opened on the last side of the machine, the rock falling out of it and landing on the ground with a thud.“Alright, let’s see…” Wilson walked around the machine and pulled out the strip of paper. The boy walked closer to the fire and read all the text on the paper. “Hunh… It’s quite rich in a variety of minerals. And sturdy, too…” The boy glanced at the rock, a small black scorch mark in one spot. “My science machine usually can’t put back together what it breaks apart.”A bright light then interrupted the scene. Wilson covered his eyes for a moment before they adjusted to the sun’s rays. With a sigh, the boy walked over to what remained of the fire and removed the berries from their skewers. Wilson pulled out some of the older berries and ate them before placing the fresher berries in the backpack. The boy then gathered all of the materials strewn about before realizing something.“I’m going to need more wood…” The boy looked around the area before spotting a few tall trees to the south. “I’ll explore over that way and cut down some trees while I do so.” With a nod, Wilson began trekking towards the trees.
  9. Oh snap Max, he got you!
  10. Hullo. MAI NAME IST KATCH AND I SOMETIMES DO THE ARTS, I THINK! Anyway, I decided that I like Don't Starve. So I drew a picture of Wilson deciding to quit everything and becoming a burrito. It's an existential kind of fun, I think.
  11. Come over and check out our new YouTube channel! We have three different commentators with multiple series going on right now with many more to come as these end! Our first series ever was Don't Starve so its only fitting that I let you guys know about it! Thanks in advance for checking it out!-NFACgaming
  12. Perhaps make it so chests and Iceboxes (all openable structures) need to be first double clicked before they will be destroyed when you have the hammer equipped. Or maybe make a game-play option people can check where you need to double-click or shift-click to destroy structures w/ the hammer.
  13. The Don't Starve XP Calculator calculates the amount of experience you get after a number of survived days. The tool includes both the old calculator algorithm and the new one. This tool is currently compatible with: Don't Starve 'Live' version Current version: 1.1 How to install: No installation needed, the tool can run directly out of the box! Download Don't Starve XP Calculator: http://www.torasko.com/2012/12/dont-starve-xp-calculator/ Most recent screenshot:
  14. Actually, to make a stone wall, you need 2 Cut Stone, which costs six stones. You will always get one stone back from destroying a wall, and you get six stone walls for every two cut stones, I.E. as long as you don't reinforce walls, you will be able to place and replace walls. (Assuming the stone required for building a hammer is not an issue)
  15. I am back and am coming out with more art... I hope that you stay tuned to see it.
  16. This thread has been edited! If I can get a mod to change the title, then it'll be all set. ~~ Welcome to ~~ Kai and Cuttlefish's ~~ Art Thread ~~ Fanart, doodles, original characters, &c. by a team of two cheeky roommates. Expect a lot of Chester, and please, enjoy your stay!----------------------------------------------- (original few posts, from a couple months ago--) So without further ado, here is my first completed piece. It depicts everyone's favourite gentleman scientist, and it looks like he's craving some bacon... Pigmen are suspicious for good reason. I have a couple more drawings in the works; I may post them if I get the time to finish!
  17. Sooo excited for the final game! Made a little bit of art to pass the time until it comes out http://istabhotlava.deviantart.com/art/Wilson-365976661?q=gallery%3Aistabhotlava&qo=0
  18. I just wanted to share a couple of crazy and (possibly) funny stories that happened to me while I was playing Don't Starve. Hopefully whoever reads these will enjoy them.The Great Beefalo Massacre (before the winter update)One day, while Wilson cut down trees, a giant Treeguard woke up. Wilson ran away from it and towards a pig village, having discovered with the last Treeguard that pigs automatically attack them. The pigs that spotted the Treeguard were killed in one swipe, the Treeguard losing interest in Wilson afterwards. Later, Wilson ran into his first herd of Beefalo, but he could not shave them since they were in heat. However, Wilson came up with idea to lure the Treeguard to the Beefalo herd in order to get some of their wool.Wilson reached the Treeguard near the start of night, so he built a fire. Unfortunately, Wilson got another not-so-brilliant idea while waiting for morning. Wilson's idea backfired, burning down all the trees in the area and angering the Treeguard into trying to kill Wilson. When dawn arrived, Wilson began running towards the savannah, stopping every now and then to let the Treegaurd catch up. Wilson even had time to pick up the Ring thing needed to complete the Teleportato, though that would have to happen later.Eventually, Wilson reached the Beefalo's territory with the Treeguard not that far behind. While Wilson ran through the savannah, one Beefalo chased him for a bit, but that Beefalo soon joined the rest of the herd in attacking the Treeguard. Wilson had thought that the Beefalo would kill the Treeguard. However, the Treeguard took down Beefalo after Beefalo. The only Beefalo left alive were six babies. The Treeguard then wandered off as Wilson began collecting his spoils. Wilson, however, heard something coming from the south and decided to investigate. To Wilson's surprise, a pig had killed the Treeguard. Wilson then finished gathering the spoils of the battle and headed back to his campsite.THE ENDRevenge of the KoalephantWilson had discovered the creature's tracks on the second day and had decided to follow them as he scouted out the edge of the island. Wilson discovered the Koalephant as twilight set in, and he came up with a plan to kill the creature. Wilson set up a campfire and stayed away from the creature, waiting for it to fall asleep. When night came and the Koalephant did fall asleep, Wilson used his torch to set the creature on fire. In a frenzy, the creature ran around, catching a carrot and a bit of grass on fire. However, the Koalephant did not die and eventually fell asleep again after Wilson startled it into running further away. Wilson figured that the creature could not be that strong. Wilson couldn't possibly need to build a science machine, even if he did have a piece of gold to make, to kill the Koalephant, right? Within two attacks, the Koalephant killed poor Wilson.THE END
  19. o.o Poor Wilson went insane.....
  20. Hey, I just made a Fan Art for Don't Starve. This is the original picture: http://www.gry-online.pl/i/h/4/489697046.jpg (I can't draw without inspiration from other pictures)http://blarkio.deviantart.com/art/Don-t-Starve-Fan-Art-358711623?ga_submit_new=10%253A1362922788Took me a few hours. Hope you like it. ~
  21. Maxson

    He's Dead seexy, wouldnt it be awesome if when you are really insane you got Maxwell's face?
  22. Wouldn't it be nice if he had a shotgun, he would hunt you down every single da-aaaay, and finally he would catch you, a couple bullets tooooooooo dispatch you, wouldn't it be nice?
  23. Tea Party

    I don't really know why I drew this :IIt's just like, BOOM~art
  24. I used to play Don't Starve right when it came on Steam. Probably about 3-4 months ago. When I came back I decided to make a Youtube series. Being relatively naive I didn't expect much had changed since my last game. but now I realize I have barely scraped the surface of what there is to know. Hopefully you guys enjoy joining me on this adventure into the unknown world of Don't Starve where we explore and learn what this game has in store. Thanks so much and hope to see you around!