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shmerl

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Thanks for encouraging DRM-free releases!

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Game running in Wine + dxvk on Linux (see stats in the HUD).


~30 fps in open areas, and 50-60+ in more closed quarters.
Sapphire Pulse AMD Vega 56, 1920x1200.

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How do you perform jumps using a keyboard? I think I figured, it's forward + space, though it's weird since space also works as dodge, so it's very erratic and half of the time doesn't work. I can't get on the ledge because of it to get into he palace.

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I checked, it's using Unreal Engine 4. It also works though with some glitches in Wine + dxvk on Linux. Would it be hard for you to make a proper Linux build? If you mostly used stock Unreal engine, it should be doable, since the engine supports it.

You can also try making a Vulkan build for Windows (instead of DX11 one) - it would work better in Wine.

Very impressive! What engine do you use, and do you plan to make a Linux version? I'd gladly buy it.

To address fullscreen issue on Linux, you can also edit

$HOME/.config/unity3d/Droog71/Redshift 7/prefs

And set there:

<pref name="Screenmanager Is Fullscreen mode" type="int">0</pref>

Then just turn the game fullscreen with your window manager shortcut (F11 in KDE for example).

Yep, it works now thanks!

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I just tried the game (Debian testing, x86_64). It launches, but the mouse doesn't work at all in the game which kind of defeats the purpose. Any suggestions what's wrong?

When I manually set "Screenmanager Is Fullscreen mode" to 0 in $HOME/.config/unity3d/14HoursProductions/DeadHorizon/prefs, the mouse starts working (and the game runs in windowed mode). It's some kind of Unity issue I suppose.

At least I can still make it fullscreen with F11 (KDE), so it's kind of a workaround.

UPDATE: Just finished the game. Nice work!

Sky Rogue community · Created a new topic Linux packaging

Please use some package other than zip, since zip doesn't preserve executable flags. tar.xz is a good modern option.

I was trying to find it on the site by "Ohio Jack" and search didn't work :)