Hi! I've been working on making the CLAM instructions more clear for players, I wanted to know what you thought of the latest draft? You can read it below, any comments on improving the instructions are welcome! Data Types: Node A processes data A, throws errors for data B, and is neutral to C Node B processes data B, throws errors for data C and is neutral to A Node C processes data C, throws errors for data A and is neutral to B Instructions: Review the data types in the DATA FLOW stack and their properties. Click a node (A, B or C) and you will be able to place it on a slot in the circuit. Place the nodes to maximize the amount of data processed in the DATA FLOW. If more than 4 unprocessed packets reach the end of the circuit, the system will overflow. Press the PLAY button to begin the processing stage. Node Properties: Nodes can process at most 4 packets of data. Nodes can throw 2 errors before failing. Nodes that have failed cannot process data and will allow data to pass through them. You can replace one node per round with a new node.