Hmm. I think this might be because you didn't install version 2.02 first. If you haven't done this, go to the original Apophysis site and download 2.02. This will generate a folder for Apophysis in Program Files with a bunch of other folders inside. It shouldn't overwrite anything and you can drag/drop any files you already have created.
Now, if you have already installed 2.02 and there isn't a parameter folder for whatever reason, just create a new folder and name it "Parameters". And actually, you don't even technically need a parameters folder in Apophysis. You can put .flame files anywhere, but it's nicer to keep all of your parameters in one place. Just remember where they are when you're browsing for them.
Actually, I didn't realize that either. Originally I only knew about 2.02 and had that installed first by default. It wasn't until after I began writing tutorials that I figured out that one still needs the 2.02 version.
I would have submitted each of these separately as deviations if I ever achieved to make them I've been doing too many symmetrical stuff lately, I should definitely start looking at random batches without symmetry asap
thanks for the pack!
Almost all of these starter flames are generally right out of Apophysis with minimal tweaking, so I really don't take credit for them. However, I used to feel that way in the beginning when I looked at some flame packs by other artists. I was just really stubborn and kept at it.
I personally prefer random batches without any symmetry. I've always found them to be more versatile. But that's just how I do it. It's all about finding your own style.