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An auto combat Roguelike... call it a Roadlike CarPG. · By Vertigames

Linux support?

A topic by LiamD created Oct 13, 2018 Views: 134 Replies: 5
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love the idea! Any plans for a Linux version?

Developer

Thanks!  Unity is pretty good at putting out Linux builds and of course it is popular in the Roguelike community, so I will want to get one out. For now (since I don’t have a Linux system handy) I will probably focus on Windows so that I’ll have time to get the game into a more complete state. It will probably come down the line. 

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Okay! No problem. Reach out to me on gamingonlinux when you're ready https://www.gamingonlinux.com

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Hi !
Any new good news about Linux ?

I tried with WINE, sadly it's broken. I have sounds, and i see the GUI but nothing else, so not playable.

Developer

Hey there!

That's a bummer it doesn't work on WINE, I can't imagine a reason it wouldn't.  There are a number of graphic levels to try from the startup panel, you may want to try something with a lower setting and see if it helps?

Heh, I know that this genre and Linux in particular have a close relationship, so I certainly am considering Linux support in the future...  The engine builds for it pretty easily although I don't have a machine to test it on.  Regardless, things are still a bit early to try a second platform...  I'd want more stability and breadth of features in the base platform before moving pushing another one out.  

I appreciate the interest from any camp, so I hope I can accommodate you down the road.   Thanks for stopping by!

Yep, i tried with different settings already, and different "tricks" (changing folders, drivers...), same results, as best, i have GUI but not more.


Linux Manjaro (Arch) 64bits Xfce
Intel Core i5 4590 (4 x 3,3 GHz)
MSI GeForce GTX 960 @ 2 Go
Nvidia Drivers
16 Go DIMM DDR3 PC12800
SSD Samsung 250Go
Screen 16/9 24" LED 1920x1080

Well, if it comes to Linux, i'll certainly be interested. Thanks for your consideration !