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The '''Quirky Cookie Machine''' comes with the [[Treehugger Norn]] pack, and will dispense [[Quirky Cookies]] when appropriate ingredients are put into it. There are many [[third-party]] recipes to be found, including:
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The '''Quirky Cookie Machine''' comes with the [[Treehugger Norn]] pack, and will dispense [[Quirky Cookies]] when appropriate ingredients are put into it. There are many recipes to be found; almost any animal or fruit from [[C3]] or [[DS]] will produce a cookie alone (additional like ingredients will create a more powerful cookie), and some combinations will elicit a different type of cookie. Third-party recipes are also available.  When playing with a [[split installation]] (which is created by default with [[Creatures Exodus]] from [[GOG.com]]), the Quirky Cookie Machine will be [[autokill]]ed due to the [[.catalogue]] files not being installed in the correct place.
   
 
*Apple Cookies: 1, 2 or 3 [[apple (C3)|apples]]; effects are greater with more apples.
 
*Bramboo Berry Cookie: 1, 2 or 3 effects are greater with more [[bramboo]] berries.  
 
*Stinger Cookie: 1, 2 or 3 [[stinger]]s; effects are greater with more; DEADLY.
 
*Fungi Cookie: 1, 2 or 3 mushrooms from the jungle; effects are greater with more; DEADLY.
 
*Snotrock Cookie: 1 [[snotrock]], the brown thing with green legs in the meso.
 
*Wasp Cookie: 1, 2, 3 [[wasp]]s.
 
 
 
===Issues with Quirky Cookie Machine===
 
Unfortunately, it seems that it is quite common for the Quirky Cookie Machine to be [[autokill]]ed
 
 
 
Re-installing the Treehuggers may help to fix this problem if you are '''not''' running [[Creatures Exodus]].
 
 
 
To install the Quirky Cookie Machine correctly while running Creatures Exodus (either the [[Macintosh]] or [[Windows]] versions), it's imperative that the [[.catalogue]] files be correctly placed; without them, the Quirky Cookie Machine will not work. 
 
 
 
For the Windows Creatures Exodus, copy all catalogue files from your 'Program Files' Catalogue folder into your 'My Documents' Catalogue folder and vice versa.
 
 
 
For the Macintosh Creatures Exodus, read [[Macintosh_Creatures_Evolution_Engine#Installing_New_Agents.2C_Metarooms_or_Breeds|these]] instructions for full details.
 
  
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==See also==
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*[[REAF]]
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*[[Cookie Maker]]
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*[[Ice Cream Machine]]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 21:44, 7 June 2019

Bengal norn with a quirky cookie machine.

The Quirky Cookie Machine comes with the Treehugger Norn pack, and will dispense Quirky Cookies when appropriate ingredients are put into it. There are many recipes to be found; almost any animal or fruit from C3 or DS will produce a cookie alone (additional like ingredients will create a more powerful cookie), and some combinations will elicit a different type of cookie. Third-party recipes are also available. When playing with a split installation (which is created by default with Creatures Exodus from GOG.com), the Quirky Cookie Machine will be autokilled due to the .catalogue files not being installed in the correct place.

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This agent is compatible with OS X