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hamb0ne

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You aren’t the only one.
See here: https://itch.io/t/2576057/cant-download I recommend posting this in the “known issues and bug reports sticky” so the devs can have better visibility on it.

Hi, “pronoun options” are in the works, according to the patreon channels. I doubt the genital bits are going to change though. pronouns are easy enough with an editor, but genital stuff would require new scripts for the scenes, as well as new artwork, and that’s a lot of work.

same issue here, Arch linux. I reported it in the bug report thread stickied by the devs. I’d reply with a comment there about this.

Heya, having an odd issue using the linux itch-io client. Other games don’t have this issue, so I’m posting it here.

When I go to install the game, the drop-down for the version is blank. Manually selecting a version through the app will bring up the install dialogue, but the version drop-down is still blank. Choosing install results in an error “Cannot read property ‘build’ of undefined”.

Tip: you can increase the “Achievements” values higher than “1” and get more points to spend on starting bonuses for your new adventure. I set mine all to 10 instead of 1, because I’m lazy and it’s only 1 button to press :)

+1, zero configuration needed from my part on latest wine-staging. Quite a nice surprise.

Well, it may depend on a few things. To start with, it’ll help if we know how you are running it. Are you on Windows, or another Operating System?

Fantastic game, but nearly unplayable on linux, even with GTX 1080 Ti and 4.20ghz 6-core cpu

Small oversight: In the current weekly build (0.3.05.3), When you lose to the Tentacle Witch in combat the tentacle animations do not play during the scene.

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Ok, it sounds like you’re trying to run the rar. A rar is a file like .zip, it’s a compressed file that you have to use a special program to decompress it first. 7-Zip is what I use, it’s free and very well known.

Download and install 7zip from here: if you have a 64 bit machine, then select the windows 64-bit x64 option. If you have a 32-bit machine, then select the 32-bit x86 option. There are other free ones that you can use, such as winrar or winzip, but I recommend 7zip.

Once you’ve installed 7-zip, restart your computer and try again. If it doesn’t work automatically after that, we’ll dig a bit deeper. One more question, are you opening it through the itch.io app, or are you downloading it from the itch website?

Also: The devs release a new version of the game monthly. A new version will be out in (likely) a day or two with new content, so you may want to wait just a tiny bit.

Is it giving you any sort of error? Or is it just not launching at all?

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Hi, figured I’d save others some trouble if they can’t get it running on various Linux distros.

On the distros that I’ve tried, it seems that usually an unsupported jre/jdk version is the culprit of most of my startup failures. Further complicating it is that there is Oracle JDK, and Open JDK. Most Linux distros will use OpenJDK over Oracle, since it’s open-source.

Check your official repos and see what versions of java you can install from them. For me, OpenJDK-14, and OpenJDK-11 fail to start ToA. However, OpenJDK-8 starts it just fine. You may have to grab a few different versions and switch between them to find a working one.

Note: Simply installing a different JDK usually won’t change your default one, so you’ll have to manually change it. For example, I have OpenJDK 14, 11, 8, and 7 installed from my official repos. Each distro will have it’s own methods of changing the default version, but for Arch based distros like mine (Manjaro) I go into my console and type this to see what my default and available versions are:

archlinux-java status

This command prints:

  java-11-openjdk (default)
  java-14-openjdk
  java-7-openjdk
  java-8-openjdk

To set it to another version (in this case, OpenJDK 8), I would type:

sudo archlinux-java set java-8-openjdk

Again, these particular commands are for Arch based distros, so look around online for the proper way to change it for the distro that you are using.