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  1. So today I thought I might try Kebalizer, the little program that supposedly lets you create a custom Kerbal. Yes, I am fully aware you can't actually get that custom Kerbal in the game, though there are a bunch of posts from 2013 with Community Support Managers saying its on the to-do list. Let me give you my experience: Your Journey begins here: https://kerbalspaceprogram.com/kerbalizer.php Ahh, neat, a free version. I'll give that a shot and buy the premium one if I find it worthwhile. You are then brought to this page https://kerbalspaceprogram.com/kerbalizer.php?free=true where you are presented with a "Unity Web Player" .exe to download. Okay, must be a plugin or something for my browser. I presume the freebie edition is not a standalone program for your computer. That's understandable, and fine with me. Download and run the .exe which installs... something... I guess. Go back to https://kerbalspaceprogram.com/kerbalizer.php?free=true and hit refresh which I would imagine would present me with a Unity Web Player window with Kerbalizer inside that... however, nothing changes. Hmm... well, the top of that page reads "KSP Account - Kerbalizer"... but I don't have a KSP store account. That's probably the problem! Proceed to create a KSP Store account and go to the store page found here: https://kerbalspaceprogram.com/kspstore/ Ahh... Kerbalizer: $0.00, thar she blows! *clicks link* which brings you here: https://kerbalspaceprogram.com/kspstore/index.php?p=24 Uhh, Kerbalizer $0.00 is available on Steam or as an Android App on the Google Play store... uh, okay... but what about the "Unity Web Player" I just installed? *clicks Steam link* and you're brought to the KSP Steam Store page found here: http://store.steampowered.com/app/220200/Kerbal_Space_Program/ ... but this is just the regular Steam Store page to buy the regular KSP game? There is no Kerbalizer anywhere to be found!? Umm, okay? Disregard the following Tomfoolery: Ya know, I'm not always the brightest bulb, so I'm probably doing something wrong. Undaunted, it's back to the Kerbalizer store page we go (https://kerbalspaceprogram.com/kspstore/index.php?p=24)! But this time I've made a store account, so I press the "Login" button... and am faced with this message: Again, that's after simply hitting the "Login" button. I was not presented with a username/email field with an additional password entry field. Okay, something isn't working here. Lemme go deeper and google about this... aaand the results are in! Top result is going to take us to the KSP wiki to find out the skinny on this: http://wiki.kerbalspaceprogram.com/wiki/Kerbalizer To which this is the result: Uh, okay. So, I guess no Kerbalizer for me then. What an ridiculous runaround that was. I'm not even sure what a "Suggestion" to fix this hot mess would be. However, $2 for a little Kerbal Dressup program would be right up Take Two Interactive's alley as a revenue generator to make some additional profit off their purchase of Kerbal Space Program. Perhaps they could initiate a fix to this bizarre situation? That's all I got.
  2. Any ETA other than soon? Also, didn't Kerbalizer used to have a "lite" version that was free?
  3. The Nostromo crew in Alien (1979) Kerbalized. Kane, Lambert, Dallas, Parker, Ripley, Brett, Ash. Alien vs. Kerbal Made with the unfortunately now-defunct Kerbalizer.