Brother None  [developer] Apr 23, 2014 @ 1:44pm
Patch 3 Released
We just released a new patch which adds Edwin Montgomery's soundtrack and fixes an issue with the Linux build.

- Added soundtrack by Edwin Montgomery
- Fixed Linux version issue where the game would crash when switching fullscreen/windowed while paragraph text is visible
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[BASTID!]h4x3r Apr 23, 2014 @ 1:58pm 
26 year old game and it's still getting patches. Nice. :D I'm just amazed you guys managed to keep up with the source code after this long.
Pesticide Apr 23, 2014 @ 2:56pm 
is like riding a bike i guess :D good stuff, wish some of my fav games still got patches , so many bug always survive :(
negatus Apr 27, 2014 @ 11:40am 
Will patch 3 be implemented on GOG?
Brother None  [developer] Apr 27, 2014 @ 2:28pm 
Originally posted by negatus:
Will patch 3 be implemented on GOG?
We submitted it to them same time as it was uploaded on Steam, so as soon as they test/approve it it'll be up there as well.
negatus Apr 27, 2014 @ 6:44pm 
Good to know. Thanks.
Mintie Jul 7, 2014 @ 9:08pm 
What about the weird color issues, is there any fix for that?
Brother None  [developer] Jul 10, 2014 @ 6:25am 
What issue is that Mintie? Try mailing us at support@inxile.net with screenshots/description, we'll see if we can help
Mintie Jul 10, 2014 @ 7:07am 
Originally posted by Brother None:
What issue is that Mintie? Try mailing us at support@inxile.net with screenshots/description, we'll see if we can help

The issue is that I'm ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥... Awhile ago I was having an issue with Fallout 1 having this odd rainbow color effect that was very distracting. When I started up Wasteland, I saw that the title picture had a similar rainbow effect, and assumed it was the same glitch. Totally my bad!

Just wanted to say that I've been playing a metric giga-f*ck worth of Wasteland, and I love it. The Fallout series is one of my all-time favorite series, and when I heard about this game and that it actually came before Fallout, I knew I had to play it.

I love Wasteland, I love Fallout, and I love you. Thank you so much for making such amazing games.

Oh, and Wasteland 2 is amazing, everyone should buy it, and I've been telling all my friends. I was so sad Van Buren was canceled, and this more than makes up for it. You guys have outdone yourselves. :')
Brother None  [developer] Jul 11, 2014 @ 8:03am 
Good to hear there was no problem. Enjoy Wasteland 1 and 2, and thanks for the kind words!
Kuuchan Sep 19, 2014 @ 8:00am 
Are there any plans for making the Linux version of Wasteland 1 available on GOG (now that they offer Linux games, and Wasteland 2 includes the Linux version on GOG)?
Brother None  [developer] Sep 19, 2014 @ 12:26pm 
Good point Kuuchan! We're a little slammed on other stuff but I'll make note to look into that. Thanks!
Diana Rose Oct 27, 2014 @ 3:52pm 
Any plan to implement per-location music for the soundtrack? I know this can probably be a difficult thing given that the game is running through a modified DOSBox, but it would be nice. Awesome release as-is, though. I'm also surprised and happy to see you working for inXile, Brother None! I'll always remember your insightful and critical posts on NMA and the Bethesda forums shortly before Fallout 3's release.
Brother None  [developer] Oct 28, 2014 @ 8:23am 
Originally posted by Diana Rose:
Any plan to implement per-location music for the soundtrack? I know this can probably be a difficult thing given that the game is running through a modified DOSBox, but it would be nice. Awesome release as-is, though. I'm also surprised and happy to see you working for inXile, Brother None! I'll always remember your insightful and critical posts on NMA and the Bethesda forums shortly before Fallout 3's release.
Thanks Diana!

Sadly no plans to do the music per-location. We looked into it but there's no way of doing it other than error-prone "manual" hacks, better to just let it run as-is.
Diana Rose Oct 28, 2014 @ 9:14am 
Originally posted by Brother None:
Thanks Diana!

Sadly no plans to do the music per-location. We looked into it but there's no way of doing it other than error-prone "manual" hacks, better to just let it run as-is.

Thank you for the prompt response! I figured it would be a problematic feature to implement, but I'm still happy with the soundtrack as-is. I never expected it to add so much to the game, but it really does, especially being used to playing the older releases when I was much younger. Guess I'll have to soldier on and hope for more of those golden moments when a track like "Base Cochise" starts playing during an intense battle.

Keep up the great work, and thank you for preserving this classic!
GeldrinHor Dec 2, 2014 @ 11:56pm 
Brother None....I'd just like to thank you and the InXile team for porting this to Steam. I played this game on a Commodore 64 back when it first came out and I've tried to follow Brian Fargo's trends since then. I kinda lost touch with him for a while but recently saw the stuff on Wasteland 2 and looked him back up. I'd honestly forgotten how many pies that brilliant guy had his hands in. Love the Wasteland games and I really SHOULD look into Fallout again...I only played F1.
Funny thing is...the very first Fargo game I ever played...The Bard's Tale. I still have a copy that was ported to Playstation. (I have a PS2). Huzzah! Great games folks!
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