Played on Windows. Game crashed. I presume something went wrong when new monsters were spawned.
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Hey there! I’m using Fedora and it seems I am missing libcrypto1.0.0.so. Apparently it’s not easy (maybe even not possible anymore) to install the library, since the library is deprecated. Due to IMO OpenSSL’s complex release management, it’s hard to build the lib from source. Could you update the game with a newer version of the library or could you include the lib statically or add the .so to the Linux version of the game as zip? Thanks in advance :)
Thanks for the effort :) Unfortunately, my game couldn’t boot. When I try to load the game from my terminal, I get this output:
$ ./S\(H\)OCKING\ THEATRE\ Linux.x86_64 Set current directory to /home/kapstok/games/shocking theatre Found path: /home/kapstok/games/shocking theatre/S(H)OCKING THEATRE Linux.x86_64 no boot config - using default values (Filename: ./PlatformDependent/LinuxStandalone/main.cpp Line: 479)
I assume you’re using a Windows computer, so I suggest to install the Ubuntu VM from the Windows Store, so you can test which dependencies are needed to run the game. Or Google might give some valuable answers :)
I had the idea that this game is for Linux. However, I don’t find an executable Linux binary in the zip. Could you please untick the Linux checkbox for this game or upload a Linux version? Thx :)
I tried to play the game on my Fedora 31 pc, but no luck. This is what I get from the terminal:
$ ./neocol bash: ./neocol: No such file or directory
I’m currently in the
Rights seem to be ok:
$ ls -la -rwx--x--x. 1 me me 5449058 12 nov 2016 neocol*
You guys know how to solve this?
You're welcome :).
I just played the game, really liked the graphics, also very simple and fun concept. However, finding the last few cats took me a tad too long. Maybe you could add some kind of cat-transport mechanic to speed up the cats that have to walk from the other side of the map?
I see what the problem is: I tried to launch the game from the itch.io app, which doesn't show this button because it has to know which file(s) belong to which operating system. Have you set the operating system for the file? Like this?
Talking about underrated games? This one is definitely one on the list. Never could have thought that this game would be so good. Usually a games that are all about physics are very glitchy. This one isn't :D
Also, the game has a nice art style
that's unfortunate :(
I had the impression it was a 'Fight the Dragon'-like game.I guess this game isn't what is was looking for (I didn't like Dota that much). Anyway, thanks for the fast response :)
It didn't work unfortunately, I got this message (in Dutch :p):
'Er is voor bestandstype 'uitvoerbaar bestand' geen toepassing geïnstalleerd.
Wilt u zoeken naar een toepassing om dit bestand mee te openen?'
It basically says that there is no program installed to support this executable. I guess the computer doesn't know that the executable should run on itself and use the data from the folder.
Thanks for publishing a 64-bit version, though.
I'm using Ubuntu 14.04 btw