So… It’s been a while since new content’s gone out, huh? What you may not know (or may, if you’ve experienced my neurosis firsthand in Discord) is that going through a content drought is just as anxiety-inducing for me as it is boring for you. It’s like being in line at the bank, or having your hand up in class but having the teacher call on everyone else for the answer except you! Or maybe it’s like trying to suck a golf ball through a straw… or at least a cold Oreo milkshake through one…
I feel like I’ve lost you.
The community event to vote on a new image pack for Penny has officially begun. Head on over to the Official Discord and hop into the Events section to get in on the fun. Every day I’ll be posting a new image to vote on with the winners of each category making it into the final image pack. The voting’s already underway, so head on over!
In other news, tune in this Thursday for the first dev blog dedicated to Update 6.1.2, what to expect, and when you can expect it!
Download – The Company 6.1.1
The below image packs are the exact same as those found in the Update 6.1 posts and are not needed if you’ve already downloaded them!
The Company – Update 6.1.1
Comment System Update
Known Issues – Missing Saves
If you’re playing on the Online version of the game and notice your saves are missing, you’ll need to export your save file from the current online version of the game and import into the new one.
The process itself is fairly straightforward…
First, make sure the sidebar is open, and click SAVES.
Then, simply click Save to Disk to export your save file to a local .save file, then repeat the process at the new host using Load from Disk to import the .save file. Simple!
Note that this functionality is inexplicably missing from the mobile version of the game. I’ve found that forcing your browser to view the site as Desktop Mode allows this to work, at least on Chrome.
Of course, those playing the local version of the game don’t need to worry about this at all!
There’s been a lot of development going on behind the scenes lately and a big part of that has revolved around proper image pack implementation. Unfortunately, the the 6.1.2 update will take a little bit of time to complete, so to help pass that time we thought it would be fun to host a community event that will help shape The Company!
So let’s get right to it.
I sure wish I had a cooler post for Dev Blog #69, but, what can you do? I think this one’s pretty good though! Update 6.1 has been out in the wild for a little while now and somehow avoided causing any major catastrophes, so I think things went pretty well overall. Of course, with the release of any major update comes the question of what’s coming next. Lucky for you, that’s exactly what today’s post is about!