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  1. Sorry for the double post, feel free to delete the duplicate post, mods. @Camille That is pretty informative, I didn't know the term for that before. That is most likely the problem, the ctrl-alt-delete trick didn't work with the "exclusive fullscreen" feature getting in the way once I try to bring up the task manager. I think with new patches I'm better off using Windowed mode until I know the game is going to be stable. It seems to be more of an issue when I try a new game and it hangs. My laptop specs Asus ROG G751JL Windows 8.1 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 965M 2GB GDDR5 Discrete Graphics. Intel Core i7-4720HQ 2.6GHz (turbo to 3.6GHz). 16 GB RAM For anyone else who may have this trouble this is what I did to get out of it. Open up the command prompt and type in Tasklist to show the list of processes running on your machine. What you want to look for is the process id of "Glimpse game." Once you know what the game's process id is use "taskkill /pid /f [process number] to get the game to close. The /pid tag designates to taskkill you are trying to kill a process by the id and the /f tells it to force the program to close. You may have alt-shift over to the command prompt a few times to see what you are doing. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/Bb491009.aspx
  2. @Iris_Lockspur If it was a simple crash to desktop, I would not have even brought it up. Trying to minimize the program would sometimes result it in flashing between white and the loading page. (Makes me appreciate not being prone to seizers.) Something destabelized and it would not stop running even when I clicked on close program at the bottom and I was not given the option to click on end program. I was unable to kill it from the task manager because the window stood over all other programs I had running (firefox, word, taskmanager, steam). This window issue meant I was unable to click on anything in the other programs, but typing in them still worked hence using the command line. This happened once before when I first got the game and it would not load into the game. The point is when the program becomes unstable on my machine it is a pain to end the program.
  3. @Iris_Lockspur If it was a simple crash to desktop, I would not have even brought it up. Trying to minimize the program would sometimes result it in flashing between white and the loading page. (Makes me appreciate not being prone to seizers.) Something destabelized and it would not stop running even when I clicked on close program at the bottom and I was not given the option to click on end program. I was unable to kill it from the task manager because the window stood over all other programs I had running (firefox, word, taskmanager, steam). This window issue meant I was unable to click on anything in the other programs, but typing in them still worked hence using the command line. This happened once before when I first got the game and it would not load into the game. The point is when the program becomes unstable on my machine it is a pain to end the program.
  4. I've also came across the corpse bug and the haunted butcher shop. I also still see the building collisions that block me from going onto the second floor. When I torment the wellies in their own home and they try to run out of the house they just stand there leaving me with an easy target. You should tone down the number of bobbies on the street, the number is overkill right now. Another annoying bug I came across, when I tried to continue where my old game left off. The game became buggy and when I tried to close it, it wouldn't close. I tried to kill it from the task manager the game stood over my other programs forcing me to kill it from the command line with task kill. You might want erase the old game in the update or give a warning to start a new game. I've noticed when the game becomes unstabilized this is the only way to kill the game without powering off since you can't use the task manager. I had to do this once before the last update when the game didn't want to start for me. I try to load in and it didn't load.
  5. I've also had a problem with a building cutting into another building restricting my access to the second floor within Wellington Wells. It doesn't happen very often but something you guys should be aware of. The most intrusive bug I've experienced is sometimes going uphill within the village I get stuck forcing me to have to jump to move, and then the wellies start getting suspicious. On another note, I don't find greeting the Wellies to help decrease their suspicion of me and instead makes things worse. The best tactic I found is to just walk away and get out of the situation.
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