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Thank you for the insight so far, I am still looking into a fix update; but an announcement will be published on this page when it is released. In the meantime, you are welcome to join our Discord community here: https://discord.gg/mBZvEPU to stay up-to-date on the project and provide further useful feedback if you'd like!

Thank you for helping out again, 

- Connor

I think I have found what is causing this bug, and I'll try and do another build this weekend to see if it has been fixed. I believe it is a specific rendering feature that is not compatible with Intel Graphics that makes Integrated GPUs throw a fit with lighting when enabled. Thanks for helping bring awareness to this issue again, very much appreciated. A new dev log will be posted when it's been addressed. Thanks, - Connor

You should be able to just click each orange text option (the glitch seems to be making it harder to see) and adjust your settings accordingly by clicking Low, Medium or High for example.

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So it appears your specifications are indeed under system requirements for the game (primarily your GPU), although you should still be able to run on super low settings. What I find odd is the yellow graphical issue going on there in the main menus most of all. Are you able to adjust your settings by clicking options or does that issue prevent you from doing so? If so, I would lower them all drastically, try different resolutions, etc to see if anything changes. I am actually curious as to making sure there's at least no graphical issues like this on lower end hardware so I'll see what I can do from there. Again thank you for helping out here, really means a bunch! - Connor

Hi, sure so I would be happy to help. On a Windows system (which is the only operating system this game is built for currently), you can view your system specs by going to your Start Menu and typing in msinfo then from there clicking the System Information result as follows. From this screen you will be greeted to all of your computer's hardware specifications in one place. I only need your general specifications from you to debug though so that would be the following under each corresponding "Tab" on your left sidebar (they are titled as follows under their relative tab names):

System Summary:

  • Your OS Name.
  • Your System Type.
  • Your Processor.
  • Your Installed Physical Memory (RAM).

And then under the Components tab on the left, and then Display:

  • Your Graphics Card Name (At the very top).
  • Your Resolution (Display Resolution).

Thank you, and if you have any questions let me know!

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Hmmm...that is probably the most strange issue I've seen in any of my games for awhile! Thank you so much for sharing. Can you kindly list your general specs and I can try and look into it for you? I've attached an image of what you should be seeing as well. Thank you, - Connor

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Current Bugs List as of January 2024:


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What is this topic for?

This topic forum is a collection of all currently known issues / or bugs related to the game build available on Itch.io for active development testing.

Very cool looking game, I like the style, gives off a classic arcade vibe. Will def have to try it out later. Good luck guys!

Hey this looks really cool! Definitely going to check it out later, the idea looks really unique! Good luck : )

Hi again! I noticed, it may be because you had unfollowed accidentally I presume, but just note; there has been a few, but mostly minor patches. I really aim to focus on it more this next year, and hopefully that can gain more coverage, and some exciting stuff can come out of it all, such as release on Steam when the time comes, etc. In the future, I'll be utilizing the dev logs here on itch more to help express this.

Best regards,

-Connor from Aerix Art Games

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Means a lot to me and I certainly will keep at it. I really appreciate you giving all the amazing feedback and know that it helps me so much! 

Cheers, and I thank you greatly. 

-Connor

Thank you! And you are right, I'll probably update it it soon here : )

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What is this topic for?

This is the main thread for general feedback, constructive comments through early access and so on, to help make this game the best it can be before it reaches Steam in Early Access.

Join our Discord for further Discussion today!

Server Link: https://discord.gg/mBZvEPU


Rules:

  1. Obviously, keep it civil. No harassing other users or developers such as myself.
  2. Try to keep redundancy to a minimum. Be aware of other questions that may be similar to yours and try not to post duplicates.
  3. When giving any sort of criticism, keep it constructive. This means simply giving reasonable explanations behind issues and so on. In other words; just be honest and tell me what's good, what's bad and what needs improving so I can make it better!
  4. Lastly, just have some fun! That's what this is all about and I am so blessed to share this journey with you all. 

*Any further questions, feel free to ask in our General Discussion topic (sticky) as well. Cheers, and happy adventures!

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No probs! I feel ya there haha, I went in solo as well, but this looks like a super neat little concept here and I'll def be trying out later!

Absolutely cannot wait!!! So happy for you both with this release, astounding work and super inspiring as always : )

I am very very happy to hear this! Awesome work guys, you're giving me inspiration to get my RPG out this year! :D

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This is the general discussion thread for Ertihium! Talk anything about the game, ask questions, and more as long as it relates to the game!

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This is the official topic for all game updates, dev-logs and more accessible only by authors and mods!


Current:

Huge Announcement folks!

My game, Wolfthorn has been successfully pushed as a demo on itch.io!

What does this mean for the game and it's push towards success back on the Steam market?

This is a vital step for the game being able to be thorough enough for a full release on Steam.
That also means there is a much lower chance their will ever have to be an Early Access release on Steam itself, since most testing may work out 
through the game's course of development on sites like itch.io, and/or indie.db alone. 

So what's the most important thing I should know before downloading the beta from itch.io at any given time?

Always note this will be a in-development, continuously updated title while itch.io. This means a few things. One, don't expect any sort of "perfection" right out of the box. 
This is continuously evolving game, meaning development is pursued every day of the week, nearly 24/7 in my current state.
Secondly, things will be changing at a constant, and almost always, there will be dev-logs, streams, and more to follow, which if you're interested in the game and it's development, are
very, very important to follow as closely as possible. 
Lastly, right now, Wolfthorn and it's beta is entirely optional to donate towards it's funding.
That means, donations aren't forced of course, but are significantly beneficial to the game's push towards a full, paid release on larger markets like Steam. 
It is very important to note that all funds collected towards the beta platform will go entirely towards Wolfthorn's development and that only.

Thank you all, and have a superb day! I look forward to what this game has in store once more, and for a last statement, what is to come with all I have to offer :)

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About this topic:

This is the official general discussion and q & a hub for Wolfthorn! Keep it appropriate, and keep a head of common sense as well.


Rules:

  1. Obviously, keep it civil. No harassing other users or developers such as myself.
  2. Try to keep redundancy to a minimum. Be aware of other questions that may be similar to yours and try not to post duplicates.
  3. When giving any sort of criticism, keep it constructive. This means simply giving reasonable explanations behind issues and so on. In other words; just be honest and tell me what's good, what's bad and what needs improving so I can make it better!
  4. Lastly, just have some fun! That's what this is all about and I am so blessed to share this journey with you all.