Drunk On Nectar

Drunk On Nectar

Free Exploration mode, Butterfly Paradise preset and more in Build v1.2.1

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❤PuffyScarlettRose❤ Dec 14, 2016 @ 9:11am 
still nothing i think my laptop has had it with me would get a gaming one or computer but i cant at the moment i tryed anyway hopefully one day i will be able to play games like peopber gammers....
Venugopalan Sreedharan  [developer] Dec 14, 2016 @ 9:09am 
Hmmm, odd. As a last resort you can try dxdiag from the old-fashioned Win+R hotkey. Using external tools (like GPU-Z for example) is an option too.

Either way, I suspect your GPU may be below the minimum recommended specs for the game and if that's the case there's honestly few options other than running in really low resolution, lowering view distance further from settings and using the "Performance Friendly" world preset...
❤PuffyScarlettRose❤ Dec 14, 2016 @ 8:52am 
I tryed but its not doing anything is just loading i left it fot about 1 hour and it did nothing....
Venugopalan Sreedharan  [developer] Dec 14, 2016 @ 7:41am 
Yep you should be able to type dxdiag into the "ask me anything" thingee and that should bring up the display data.
❤PuffyScarlettRose❤ Dec 14, 2016 @ 6:55am 
Np just wanted to let you know and i dont have anywhere to put the dxdiag in only a serch bar at the bottom (Gramma) that says "Ask me anything"...
Venugopalan Sreedharan  [developer] Dec 14, 2016 @ 6:48am 
NP. On Windows 10 press the Start menu button on your keyboard (typically a Windows logo) or click on the Windows icon on your taskbar. From here you can type in dxdiag and then if you click on "Display 1" it will list your GPU specs.

Greatly appreciate your feedback about Controls, that's exactly the data I was looking for. I found a bug where the camera goes crazy when the FPS is low. The next patch will fix that. Any further camera speed issues should be fixable by adjusting camera speed in the Settings menu but I will also consider lowering the default speed (after collecting some more user data).

Thanks a lot for getting the game, appreciate your support for DoN :)

PS: To fly again after landing just press the Left Ctrl key.
Controller support is coming soon too.
❤PuffyScarlettRose❤ Dec 14, 2016 @ 5:07am 
@Venugopalan Sreedharan The jumping spider camra seems a bit off it seems to not follow the spider and the camra moves to fast, the camra for flying seems to move to fast as well and flying seems to move to fast and trying to get airborn is hard to....

Ill try the graphics card but one thing what menu? Do you mean when i but my password in or my screen with all my apps and wallpaper....? and where to i type "Dxdiag"? Sorry im not good with this stuff im more of a console player.... (Sorry for any bad gramma)
Venugopalan Sreedharan  [developer] Dec 13, 2016 @ 10:51pm 
@PuffyScarlettRose - Hey, could you elaborate on the controls issue you were having (which species, climbing v/s flying issues etc). This will greatly help in improving controls further (the settings menu does provide alternate camera/control systems btw).

Re: your laptop experience, try entering "Dxdiag" in the start menu and then go to the "Display 1" section you'll find the name of your graphics card and the amount of VRAM (named "Approx Total Memory"). I suspect your graphics card doesn't meet the minimum requirements for the game (UE4 specifically is far more demanding than UE3, etc which would explain why other games run without issues for you).

And thanks for your feedback again!
❤PuffyScarlettRose❤ Dec 13, 2016 @ 2:17pm 
@Venugopalan Sreedharan Allso it has 8GB'S and 1TB but thats all....
❤PuffyScarlettRose❤ Dec 11, 2016 @ 2:52pm 
@Venugopalan Sreedharan I have no idea what laptop it is or what grapgics card its got all i know is its a windows 10 (of corse) ASUS. I do play Other Unreal Engine games (No sure about the 4) and they work fine, allso the reason i bought the game is because i love wildlife and stuff like that i can play only 1 map and the controls are a little funny but im sure that will improve over time....