Oddly satisfying and stimmy! Played on Steam Deck
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The issue has been solved after I emailed support. Looks like because I bought a bunch of games at once due to the sale that it looked suspicious to the automated system, so the sales had to be reviewed before releasing the keys
Ooh! This looks really cool! Glad to know people are still writing online LARPs! I actually developed a LARP discord bot over the course of the pandemic to enable inventories, items and searchable channel-based locations, contingency envelopes and various abilities for games like this. If you're ever interested in using the bot, feel free to reach out! It's not publicly available yet, but I'll work with anyone interested in using it. Here's my website about the bot with documentation on all the commands and an intro video: https://www.oliviamontoya.com/index.php/projects/larp/larp-bot/
It's a really old laptop that I use for playing small PC-only games (my main computer is a Macbook). I literally found it on a free stuff table a few years ago. It says the graphics card is AMD Radeon HD 7520G. Driver version is 15.200.1055.0. Scanning for an update said this is the best driver for this card, but it's from 2015... so it's probably just that the computer and graphics card are too old. I mostly use it for RPG Maker games. Someday I'll get something newer
Found the log file. Here's the relevant part:
info startup: Initializing user interface rendering...
error window: Application creation error: java.lang.RuntimeException: asset not loaded: shader/gui.json
at com.lezliz.b.g.a(Unknown Source)
at com.lezliz.rainnskye.b.e(Unknown Source)
at com.lezliz.rainnskye.a.a(Unknown Source)
at com.lezliz.window.MainWindowNative.a(Unknown Source)
at com.lezliz.rainnskye.Main.main(Unknown Source)
I tried copying over the RPG_RT.exe file to where it was missing, but I just get an error message when I try to run it. It says I need to install something. I have the RTP installed already
Wow, this was very good. As someone who has a personal experience of religious trauma (though nowhere near what the protagonist experienced), I related a lot to the sense of internal struggle as they began to want to be a part of the real world and connect with people outside of the cult, their feelings of worthlessness as a result of being told to feel that way by authority figures in the cult, and the intense scrupulosity. While the cults in this game were of the fantastic sort, they still addressed aspects of the real world experiences of cult members and those who leave cults that most games and other media don't address. This humanizes survivors of abusive/high-control religious groups. Thanks for making this!
There are entire categories on this site for Books, Comics, Tools, and more. Also, it's a major hub for indie physical games (tabletop rpg, card games, LARP, etc.) Not just for video games. This is exactly why I'm hosting the bundle