Hello, I can't open in Linux :S ElementaryOS
matias@matias-Lenovo-ideapad-110-14ISK:~/Juegos/Guerrilla Gardening 0.5 Linux$ ./'Guerrilla Gardening 0.5.x86'
bash: ./Guerrilla Gardening 0.5.x86: No existe el archivo o el directorio
Oh no! I will take a look and see if I can figure out why that might be...
Are both the files from the zip archive present in that directory? There should be a .pck file as well as the .x86 file.
However, the message you're getting is more like the .x86 file is not actually there. For example for me (on Ubuntu) I get the English equivalent of that message if I remove the .x86 file:
bash: ./Guerrilla Gardening 0.5.x86: No such file or directory
But if the .pck file is missing I get:
Error: Could not load game path '.'.
All I can suggest right now is to try unzipping the archive again and make sure both files are present.
if I have the two files. Maybe it's a problem with Elementary OS, or I don't know.
I also tried to open it from itch.io launcher and it gave me the same error.
It could be I suppose, I don't know how Elementary differs from Ubuntu. It's interesting that the itch app also has the same problem, and it does hint at a problem at the OS level. My googling turned up a thread about somebody trying to run another application on Elementary and having the same problem, even though the files were definitely there in that case as well: https://forum.teamspeak.com/threads/109455-Elementary-OS-bash-ts3client_linux_x8...
Unfortunately that was unresolved, and I haven't seen anything else that might explain what's going on. I will see if I can install Elementary in a virtual machine and reproduce the problem.
I assume you have not had this issue with other games?
I think I've figured it out - I think it is because 32 bit applications are not supported by default in Elementary. It's probably the same in Ubuntu but I think I added all the 32-bit libraries because I needed them for something, so that is why it is working for me.
I will try to do a 64-bit build for you and hopefully that will work!