Haha thank you for playing. You missed the great and unexpected ending :)
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linux executable exported from unity will have ".x86" or ".x86_64".
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But you don't have to do it because of me its fine if you dont have time for that :)
sorry the linux version does not run for me
terminate called after throwing an instance of 'std::runtime_error'
what(): RtApiAlsa::probeDeviceOpen: pcm device (hw:0,3) won't open for input.
Thank you so much for playing and for the feedback. I'm looking forward what other will say about the music, I think it's very individual but for me it fitted that slow mood I was aiming for :)
I also use Travis CI integration with GitHub to package .love and .exe builds, web build, deploy binaries to GitHub releases and web version to github.io
Hey! Thanks for playing :) If you haven't you should try one of those "blind" puzzles where you don't see the individual shapes, like this one:
Anyway thanks for playing indie games and if this one was too relaxing maybe, try my other game which is more crazy :D