I created a short review and gameplay video in Linux
Thanks for making this amazing demake! I absolutely love it!
Thank you for making a first person co-op horror game! And thank you for supporting Linux!
I actually had a problem downloading the Linux problem. After downloading the zip it would not extract. I even downloaded in Windows, copied to Linux and extracted, but when I play the game and host a room it crashes with no errors.
Hi, Thank you for supporting Linux and creating a version for us gamers!
I was having a problem with cut-scenes... they just show a black screen only. I can hear audio/sounds but nothing displays.
I can press ESC but can't see the menu either.
Two instances where this happens in the demo:
This almost never happens to me...
I'm downloading Find Yourself from one of the available keys you provided here on itch.io
But when I download the 4GB game its is more like 5.5GB .zip
Then I can't open it. Somehow its getting corrupted every time I download it. I'm in Linux by the way.... I use Wine to play your games.
I've played Nosferatu, its pretty good and has a lot of nastalgia with older games.
Unfortunately its not quite as good as Dungeon Nightmares I & II. Each dungeon is different every time you play and there are so many jump-scares in random places, you will always get a good "jump". The developer designed every dungeon to be procedural-generated which makes it new every time you play.
My environment is unique... I'm using Linux and test Windows games using Wine
So I download the .zip twice and each time it refused to extract in Linux. I was able t o download and play Them and Us in Steam (with Proton a fork of Wine) and it ran beautifully. In fact, I loved it so much I might even buy the game!
But if anyone else reports that the zip doesn't extract, it might be corrupting during the download process.
Is there a Linux version planned?
Yes, Linux is my only gaming OS these days.
I actually have 6 PCs setup in a LAN all with Mint 19.3
My daughters each have a desktop with Mint and my media center connected to the TV has Mint.
I test a lot of games in Linux on a regular basis... check out our posts and guides:
Its not working in Linux Mint for me either.
The Unity title appears and then there is a gray screen. I can hear some noise fading it, it stutters and then crashes.
The only output is "Aborted"
No other errors.
That is what I figured. AppData is a typical place for save games. Ok, I'll test it a bit more in Wine, but you don't have to make any changes because I know Wine isn't supported. Its just pretending to be Windows.
No problem. I know its difficult to troubleshoot if you aren't using Linux regularly. What about the Character folders saving on the C:\ drive? Have you seen this before?
Thank you for this awesome game! I love the simple graphics and the engaging action.
Made a gameplay video in Linux with Wine 5.0
Hopefully there is a native Linux version planned... but until then it runs well in Wine.
I tried multi-player on a LAN as well, which worked, but the only problem I had was when we loaded the game or travelled, everything in my inventory would disappear. As if I started over with a new character.
I also found that the Character folders ended up on the C:\ drive for some reason. So that is probably why. I was unable to resolve this problem, but I know it isn't developed for Wine anyways.
Great game! Love the bow!
Ok, that makes sense. I'll give it a try again because I never saw this screen.
Before you go an change anything, I wanted to let you know I am in Linux running "Our Beautiful Land" in Wine. So there is a chance something is not working with Wine. I've run games made in Unreal with Wine in the past and they run fine. I also found that "Our Beautiful Land" wouldn't even Launch until I install Visual C 2010, 2013 & 2015. I wasn't sure which one it needed so I installed them all.
Now it launched fine, but I can't actually play until the client connects to the host and continues. Thanks for your help!
Any chance of a Linux port in the future?
Thank you for replying!
I am able to see the host server and can click "Go" but after that it just hangs. I never get the level selection on the host. So network isn't an issue... I'm playing on a LAN (same switch) but I'll give Offline a go as well.
Is there any specific dependencies needed for the two computers to communicate?
Anyone having problems with hosting and joining?
I can run the game, launch the host and my 2nd computer can see the server running, but upon clicking "go" nothing happens. They both just sit there waiting.