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seraphic.creed posted a topic in [Don't Starve] Suggestions and FeedbackJust a thought, Brighter coloured (turquoise/light blue) water flowing in rivers could indicate fresh water, you could also add muddy water in ponds that effects health the same way monster meat does, maybe have a separate bar for liquids that runs out faster than hunger and extend the time it takes to starve through hunger.
Bug Submission Please choose a category [Crash] Platform Steam Version Number - Issue title Crashes when minimized Steps to reproduce When playing in Windows mode, minimizing the window causes a crash. Describe your issue Basically when I'm playing not in full screen mode, I accidentally minimized the window, and the game just crashed.
Here's an idea I had rolling around in my head, so here it is for my first post. I almost feel like I'm cheating sometimes when I start a new game and can immediately make myself a spear and some log armor to boot. It's nice for when I'm going for time to gain experience, but sometimes I find myself wishing that I could start a game mode where I'd have to do all my research anew, but without losing my progress. I call it "Fresh Start." In this game mode, you'd be thrown into the world with no items researched. This way, I could feel the experience of that first time I played, taking baby steps towards my first special tools, my first weapon, and my first structures. This wouldn't be a total "new game," though. Rather, should you later decide to start a normal "New Game," any and all research you had before your "Fresh Start" would be in-tact. ie, say you have everything researched. You start a Fresh Start and die after having only researched a few things. If you start a New Game, you now, again, have everything researched, and if you start a new Fresh Start, you now have nothing researched. My other idea, which actually came to me as I was typing out the above, is the game mode "Forever Fresh," with the idea being that, in this mode, you CANNOT research anything. You're only allowed your basic tools and campfires, plus whatever else comes default. This would be seen as a sort of "hardcore mode." As an additional thought, maybe playing on these modes would bank you slightly more xp, given that you're at a greater disadvantage than starting a New Game. Just some ideas that popped into my head.