The UnderGarden

The UnderGarden

CrimsonJD Mar 22, 2014 @ 1:58am
Why so quiet? Some questions
Wow, I think this game is pretty fun, but this is like the least active message board of any game I own. Why no love for the floating teletubbies??

So do other ppl prefer the mouse or the gamepad? I thought I'd like the gamepad more but I find it a bit hard to control, and it kinda hurt my thumb after a while, so maybe this game just works better with a mouse.

Also have ppl figured out the conditions to get the Note icon when beating a level? I can get it if I drag all the musicians around everywhere, but I can't exactly tell what it is that gives the reward.
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ninjahskillz137 May 5, 2014 @ 8:24am 
would love to comment but the game crashes before it has even loaded????? Any ideas on how to solve this? Tried verifying the files... still ng. Win 7 64 bit.... Help!!!!
CrimsonJD May 6, 2014 @ 1:40am 
Sorry, I have Win 7 64 bit and it works ok, so it does sometimes work! What kinda video card do you have? Have you tried turning off the Steam overlay?
ninjahskillz137 May 8, 2014 @ 6:20am 
hay thatnks for some feedback... got a GTX 560 ti card. not tried turning the overlay off.... may i ask a silly question.? steam overlay???
ninjahskillz137 May 8, 2014 @ 6:25am 
did not work:(
CrimsonJD May 8, 2014 @ 12:48pm 
Weird, I have an Nvidia card too (GTX 670) so I don't know why it does't work for you. Sorry I can't help more. Hopefully the developer would be willing to help!

I assume you figured out how to turn off the overlay, right? (Right click on the game, click properties, unclick steam overlay)
ninjahskillz137 May 12, 2014 @ 4:16am 
yeah i did thanks..... tried steam support. heard nothing from them. Strange... I think... Ive never heard from steam support... Maybe im doing something stupidly wrong :(
CrimsonJD May 12, 2014 @ 7:57pm 
Oh, one thing I realized with a bunch of Steam Games. You shouldn't install them to the default steam directory (under c:\program files\steam\) since windows won't let them write stuff to a system directory. You should make your own folder like c:\games\steam or d:\steam or something and move steam there.
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