Whenever I play Thrive, there's always this one glitch that's bugging me: You can place flagella inside of your cell. I have been trying to circumvent this by only placing the flagella on the outside, and jst not expanding that way. However, I sometimes just run out of space, as I'm just surrounded with flagella. How are you planning on fixing that? Because in the wiki it says that you have to remove and then replace the external organelle, or move it back and forth, but that just seems very tedious, and it also seems very illogical. So, my idea of fixing this is that when you place an organelle on the location of an external organelle, I think you should have the possibility to move the organelle out a bit after placing the internal organelle, which should cost (almost) no mutation points. What do you guys think?
We're going to have surface organelles actually placed on the cell's surface someday -- then when you place an internal organelle, the surface just stretches outwards, with the surface organelle moving with it.