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It just occured to me that you could also make a 'start.sh' sort of bash script that would simply execute 'mono LabChirp.exe'.
Then mark it as Linux executable in the manifest so the itch client app can start it for the user, as long as Mono is installed.
Thanks for your video!
I went with the ball all the way to the beginning and then I thought the game goes to some sort of "free play mode". Had no idea that I can woof myself even further to the left to unlock the ending!
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However, due to the chosen art direction using a limited color palette it is recommended to use bright system themes, like the default ones in Windows or Ubuntu.
You can always change the default look of windows in your operating system in your system settings.
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The controls are quite clunky and the game objectives are unclear, but the engine does vrooming noises alright and mowing around the trees is as difficult as it is in real life. Overall, a competent lawn mowing experience!
It even works on Linux using Wine, if you force the D3D9 via a command line parameter.