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Great game. Loved the Lovecraftian vibes. 

Thank you. Always nice to watch someone diving into this game. And i know it needs a good portion of patience to solve these puzzles. ๐Ÿ™‚ Great video ๐Ÿ‘

Is the game finished and needs no more updates?

Yes and i still hope it needs no more updates. ๐Ÿ™ƒ

Greetings! This game runs beautifully on my Linux machine (thank you for doing native Linux builds; not enough devs bother, and with Wine and Lutris the industry stats are skewed). Crashes immediately after the loading screen on my wife's Windows 10 laptop. Tried with highest and lowest quality graphics as well as both windowed and fullscreen.

Thank you for your feedback. Of course all OS are important and all builds got tested over days before i release them. Crashing on a windows laptop could be caused by simple onboard graphics. But without further specs or error message, it's hard to say exactly what's going on. Have a nice day,
Ravee โ˜บ

Ah, good point. Simple Intel Iris Plus on an Intel I7 running Win 10. Happy to get you an error message if you tell me how; I'm not a Windows user, so I don't really know what I'm doing with it.

Okay i just took a look and google told me that these kind of onboard grafics do not provide any graphics mem, instead it uses shared mem depending on the core system. I'm not quite sure but this could already be the problem. I optimized the game a lot but it still need some own space in gfx mem, thats why i recommended to play it with a real graphics card with min 2GB vram or equivalent a virtualized version of it. Anyway thanks for your feedback. Now i can set another mark on the grafics hardware testing list ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ‘

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Heyo! I figured out the puzzle and it was hard but i got through it. I loved the puzzle aspect of the game and having to figure out what i had to do heres my complete playthrough if you wanna see!

WOW thank you again for not giving up and for your feedback. Of course i'll watch it ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

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Of course! It took me forever to figure out XP love puzzles that make you thing on what you have to do. Also theres alot of cuts because i have a REALLY bad sense of direction >.> loved it none the less! 

Nice to read that. I like that kind of "find out what the puzzle is and how to solve it"... at least, the story contains enough clues that most players can guess what to do. But i know it's difficult. It was never made for masses or causual AAA gamers. It was made for the ones that like to dig into weirder puzzles and i hope the end was a bit satisfying ๐Ÿ™ƒ

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It was! also i did use the story it figure it out  it led me in the right direction in order to get the puzzle done ^~^ and it was satisfying to get through it and finish off the story.

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Hello! i played and enjoyed the story though ill have to figure out the puzzle and make another video! i had to stop at that moment due to my pc overheating so ill have to come back to it! i liked the ambiance and the visuals as well! heres my lets play XP.

Thank you for playing and sharing your video ๐Ÿ‘. One of the rare gameplays I got to see. Really admirable ๐Ÿ‘Œ
Best greetings,
Ravee

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I've made it, I beat the game ! (And broke it right after) Wow this was quite a thing, hard to deduce, but doable. Really not easy to have a good orientation with all these things looking the same !
The ambience is very veyr interesting, and all these thematics about a creature that should not exist, a piece of a world thrown into the void, I'm not sure I got the scenario but I'll try to explain what I understood about it

A people, on a planet, happened to find an eldritch creature threatening their homeland, so they cut off a piece of their world where it was to throw it into the void and kill it. Some were on this piece. That's where we are. And we are the last surviving member of those, awakening after a very long time, seeing the piece of world is shattering and being burnt by a some sort of sun or a time's end or the creature itself. It jumped into it to kill itm or not, I've made both endings eheh !

So eerie and otherworldly feeling, the artistic direction is so weird but nicely done, very good work on textures !

Nice job !
Yeah you can climb on the mountains

On the bugs :
Once you passed through the end door there's an invisible wall making so you can't go back
You can drop jars into the stars machines things, thus making them disappear until you open the machine. There aren't that many and I did it thinking it would be the right thing to do at first, so maybe you should fix that, a player can ruin their game easily by not having any jars left. I mean it takes 2 mins to restart it and redo what you did but still, if they didn't get it.

Awesome ๐Ÿ’–, thank you so much for diving into it and taking your time to explore. Also the bug definitions are very helpful, so i can fix it tonight. (currently fighting with a bug appearing on linux, but that's for later then ๐Ÿ˜ฌ). These items have a function (IF falling into void > respawn), but i remember deactivating it for testing, so this is also good to know.
 
To the story: I was worried that it's maybe not understandable. But these sorrows are gone now and i feel relieved ๐Ÿ˜ป. Your explanation about what happened, is absolutely correct. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘ Your words are very valuable to me.
I praise the universe for your existence. ๐Ÿ˜„ Thank you.

You're very welcome !
Oh the items don't fall in the void, they are trapped in the machines if you do that, so they won't respawn !
Wow I'm honestly surprised I got it right xD I loved the words and style used, this narration is great, fitting your intentions ! I also like the fact it's not that easy to understand, and there are quite mysterious notes, it adds to the general otherworldly and above human comprehension vibe ^^

You're very welcome ahah

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Well .... exactly! ๐Ÿ˜„ Anyway, pushing items through walls and in machines belongs to the past. Also climbing and falling from the island.  I already fixed and updated all that stuff last night thanks to your feedback. ๐Ÿ™ƒ

Ah great !

It's upside down for me on Ubuntu 19.10 . Looks really cool though.

Thank you for your feedback. ๐Ÿ‘ This was helpful. If the whole view is flipped, i think this is caused by one the shaders. I'll fix this. 

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Awesome! Love your work, really unique, thanks for sharing.

You're welcome, thanks also for your motivating reply ๐Ÿ‘.

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Working now. This is great, just explored enough to see the start of the puzzle. Love the aesthetic, makes it a delight to explore. Thanks.

Gave it a try but not sure what to do in this game.

Thank you trying and for your feedback. I thought the main task is well explained by the ancient text-cones that are placed in the huts of the ruins, but maybe i'm wrong with that expectation. ๐Ÿ˜Š

Is the game finished and needs no more updates?

Well, i hope so! ๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ˜„ Was in testing mode the last 3 days. But if someone reports a bug, i'm going to fix it and push an update.