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Hmmm, I get a permission error trying to launch the game on Linux. Any chance you can look at that? The game looks amazing!

System details (the distro is basically equivalent to Debian):

{  "cpu": {    "manufacturer": "Intel®",    "brand": "Core™ i7-6500U",    "vendor": "GenuineIntel",    "speed": "2.50",    "cores": 4  },  "graphics": {    "controllers": [      {        "model": "HD Graphics 520 ",        "vendor": "Intel Corporation",        "vram": 256      },      {        "model": "Device 9d24 ",        "vendor": "Intel Corporation",        "vram": 4      }    ]  },  "osInfo": {    "platform": "linux",    "arch": "x64",    "distro": "PureOS",    "release": "9",    "codename": "amber",    "logofile": "linux"  },

Error message:

May 17, 2020, 22:24:57 [INFO] Now running!
May 17, 2020, 22:24:57 [INFO] Exited!
May 17, 2020, 22:24:57 [WARN] Exit code 0x1 (1) for (TimeOut_Linux.x86_64)
May 17, 2020, 22:24:57 [ERROR] Had error: Exit code 0x1 (1) for (TimeOut_Linux.x86_64)
May 17, 2020, 22:24:57 [ERROR] No messages for standard error
May 17, 2020, 22:24:57 [ERROR] → Standard error: empty
May 17, 2020, 22:24:57 [ERROR] → Standard output ===============
May 17, 2020, 22:24:57 [ERROR]   Found path: /home/user/.config/itch/apps/timeout/TimeOut_Linux.x86_64
May 17, 2020, 22:24:57 [ERROR] =================================

I got a launch failure on 64-bit-only Linux. Although it looks like you've made a "universal" (32- and 64-bit) build?

Great news!

Do you have time to make beta builds for Mac and Linux? 🙏

Intriguing trailer! Would it be possible to make a 64-bit or universal-Linux build? Some systems don't have 32-bit dependencies.

Now I can't blame the equipment for all my deaths :D

Well done on the jam, well deserved!

I have a 64-bit Linux machine, no 32-bit libraries available, so I regularly install games that fail on launch.

Is this something that Itch can resolve, or is it dependent on the developer? I can't imagine I'll get much success leaving requests on three-year-old games, so is there any way to filter for strictly-64-bit Linux?

Of course all the games I can play are brilliant. Thanks!

Absolutely brilliant!

Great setting, great mechanic. Too hard for me! :)

No Linux version! I should have known!! Please excuse me while I compile my grievances from source.

Another trackpad player here. If there was a keyboard alternative to left-click I think that would do the trick!

Loving it. After the tarot cards are described, the text switches to Cyrillic for a while, then back to English. (Linux version.)

The way you combined the game concept, controls and level design was great!

After getting on to the council, a meeting was triggered where I aided the Comfy Kingdom and the Celestial Kingdom (twice). It's now days and days later. Can I expect any more council meetings?

Thanks again! Even the single exclusion is very helpful. I found one related GitHub issue, and created two others for tracking:

This is really helpful, thanks! I couldn't figure out how to combine exclusions, or use non-tag exclusions, for example a single filter for:

> not tagged pixel-art and not tagged visual-novel and not action genre and not platformer genre

It also occurred to me that OR might be better (quicker?) in some cases:

> genre adventure or genre role-playing

...I'm not sure if building a whole query language is in-scope though :)

I don't feel like playing a visual novel today. Can I browse with a "not tagged visual-novel" filter? Using the client is preferred, but URL hacks on the website are fine.

(Similarly for categories, genres and other features I can browse with regular, inclusion filters.)