Deletion tutorial bug game breaking
Hello, I'm experience a game breaking bug with the deleting tutorial. This involves being unable to progress as I have already deleted all the objects but cannot complete tutorial. And tutorials can not be restarted. Neither can I spawn objects to replace the ones deleted. Additionally, removing all game data does not solve the issue as I've done this multiple times with both save data and application data. No tiny objects seems to be present as I have comb the area several times. Is there any way to reset this as I cannot continue with the majority of the game due to this bug. If possible a restart button should be be added to tutorials or the delete tutorial be moved so so players have the ability how to make objects to replace the ones they have already deleted.
I have the same issue. I literally CANNOT play the game, dreaming is what I wanted to do, this is not acceptable.
i have the same issues can you help me plz
The Same issues
Hi, A_Divine_Comedy and anyone else having this issue - if you wish to reset your Homespace with the pink block, load the game and wait til the indreams.me screen appears. Use the shortcut L1 + L2 + L3 + R1 + R2 + R3 and you will be given a prompt to reset your Homespace - press yes here and you will get the pink block back :)
If you can give us any more information as to how you may have gotten in to this state, that would be hugely appreciated! :)
I am currently having the same issues. Can I please have the same reset on my end.
Hiya cyclopscrazy and SIMIAN69,
Thanks so much for reporting this issue, and we're really sorry you've encountered this nasty blocker! I've reset both your homespaces and removed the tutorial blocks, so if you restart your game you should be able to access DreamShaping without issue :)
If this hasn't solved your issue please raise it in a new ticket, as this one will now be closed.
I'm having the exact same problem. I deleted the ramps before the end of the tutorial and now I can't progress as it's still asking me to delete something that's not there.