I'm just asking because you added the #artgame tag.. This doesn't look like a game at all..
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I just realized the souls you pick up are named after Patreon supporters.. :)
Name: poetic android
Cause of death: Boredom
yup.. sounds about right.. although I don't see myself becoming a plumber anytime soon.. :p
Wouldn't it be nice if it was possible to be able to play WebVR/XR games straight from your itch.io page, without having to download anything or go to a different website..? I haven't found any that I could play on my Oculus Quest..
AFAIK it's just a matter of the itch.io team to add a `allow="VR"` or similar to the `<iframe>` that the game runs in..
I'm currently playing around with the A-frame engine and it would be nice to be able to show my creations on my itch.io page..
The server is just a simple LAMP stack.. The write permissions are handled by a PHP script..
You can read more about the API in the documentation:
Okay! I've fixed the bug!
turns out the problem was with the FreeImage library, which couldn't seem to load unicode filenames on Windows.. anywhere else in the code it works fine.. so now the gif files get loaded into memory before they get decoded by FreeImage.. problem solved :)
as a workaround, you could try and create config file in the same folder as the binaries and name it `homegirl.json`, then put the following in it
Hey.. sorry to hear about that..
are you running it from the itch.io app or straight from download? if you're using the itch.io app, try reinstalling Homegirl from it.. I had the same issue with the latest update, but reinstalling seemed to fix it..
if that doesn't work, maybe your config.json file is invalid.. open %APPDATA%\Homegirl\ in explorer and delete/rename config.json and try again..