I was playing around with some squibs and acadently did
Not a glitch, the physics of this game have no
glitches. Glitches make the program close. The toy
lays sideways, and the squobs are connected, but
not together, because of essbee, so they try to
come together, pushing it in a direction.
And... Hazard made this...
I was proving to hazard that its not a glitch! coz
everybody could do this!!!
Even teddy flying with a block, and cars rolling
with a ball aren't glitches.---Let me
The teddy and block does that, because teddys head
is mad so it wont flop upside down, but stand
upright, so when you put in a block, the block
wants to get out of the compressed space. So in
result it puts upward pressure in the head, making
I SAYING ITS NOT A
And a car/skate with a ball has the wheels moving,
and a bal under it. Let's say it will move left.
The ball goes counterclockwise, turning the wheel
clockwise, and the effect keeps on rolling.
I KNOW! Sheesh, I'm saying that there are no
glitches, I'm explaining WHY these things act the
way they do.
Im proving it to hazard that everybody can do this
Yes, you proved that anyone can do it. I explained
why thay act this way.
But glitch is the all-round excepted term for
these kinds of things. A real glitch is that
whenever I use the scroll wheel to scroll within
the playset, all the toys go blank. THAT is a
Just what I'm saying. But they are really just
funny things that happen, as a result of the
physics. Like how objects get stacked, by spawning
that is not a glitch its just to squibs stuck
Clearly the physics of souptoys is not the same as
the physics we are used to even though there is
Perhaps we could learn more
at Souptoys U (STU).
ha ha . the robot dances and slides.
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