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steam deck compitable?
demo does not work on steam deck, does the game work?
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LuVenBen Oct 24 @ 3:51pm 
it does work but people have been complaining about stability issues on deck recently
Works fine for me. Just started playing this on it last night.
DaBa Oct 24 @ 7:38pm 
It works, but I put it down after 5 minutes because the framerate felt really bad. Not that it was low, it just felt very off. Probably really messed up frame timings.
Constant crashing for me. I can't even make it passed the tutorial without crashing. Seems to be running fine but then out of nowhere it just kicks me back to the steam menu.

Going to try and run a different version of proton or something...
Last edited by Delfofthebla; Oct 24 @ 10:57pm
DaBa Oct 25 @ 6:20am 
I've seen people claim it runs great if you play the native linux version, not through proton (default steam deck mode). Here's the copy paste from protondb on how to do it:

1 - Set compatibility of game to Steam Linux Runtime. Let Steam download the additional Linux files.

2 - Download Steam-Play-None from https://github.com/Scrumplex/Steam-Play-None. Extract it in desktop mode and put the extracted folder in /home/deck/.local/share/Steam/compatibilitytools.d/. This tool allows you to tell the steam compatibility settings to play the Linux executable as is with no compatability layer.

3 - Go back into game mode and to compatability in properties. You should see "None" in the dropdown menu.

4 - Run game. It runs perfectly with no bugs or stutters.

Haven't tried it yet, but I will eventually once I get back to playing the game again.
AJax Oct 25 @ 7:19am 
Can confirm using "Steam Play None" gives the best CrossCode experience on the deck. So much smoother than the default proton version.
Last edited by AJax; Oct 25 @ 7:20am
Da_Marco Oct 25 @ 11:48am 
Thx for the quick answers ! :)
Ringo Oct 31 @ 1:14pm 
Originally posted by DaBa:
put the extracted folder in /home/deck/.local/share/Steam/compatibilitytools.d/

I can't seem to find this folder anywhere even after setting the games compatibility mode to linux. i navigate to /home/deck/ but there is no share or steam folder.
some assistance would be greatly appreciated.

update: i ended up figuring it out myself. i had to reveal hidden files in the file explorer, if anyone is interested. three lines in the top right of the window.
Last edited by Ringo; Oct 31 @ 1:19pm
Reborn Oct 31 @ 9:55pm 
Originally posted by Ringo:
Originally posted by DaBa:
put the extracted folder in /home/deck/.local/share/Steam/compatibilitytools.d/

I can't seem to find this folder anywhere even after setting the games compatibility mode to linux. i navigate to /home/deck/ but there is no share or steam folder.
some assistance would be greatly appreciated.

update: i ended up figuring it out myself. i had to reveal hidden files in the file explorer, if anyone is interested. three lines in the top right of the window.

Where did you ultimately put the file i did exactly as you said and followed the pathing but CANT find a Compatibilitytools folder
DaBa Oct 31 @ 10:42pm 
Originally posted by Reborn:
Originally posted by Ringo:

I can't seem to find this folder anywhere even after setting the games compatibility mode to linux. i navigate to /home/deck/ but there is no share or steam folder.
some assistance would be greatly appreciated.

update: i ended up figuring it out myself. i had to reveal hidden files in the file explorer, if anyone is interested. three lines in the top right of the window.

Where did you ultimately put the file i did exactly as you said and followed the pathing but CANT find a Compatibilitytools folder

The guy said something about revealing hidden files, that might be why you cannot see the folder. "three lines in the top right of the window". I still haven't done it myself so can't help more than this.
Last edited by DaBa; Oct 31 @ 10:42pm
Ringo Nov 1 @ 10:23am 
Originally posted by DaBa:
Originally posted by Reborn:

Where did you ultimately put the file i did exactly as you said and followed the pathing but CANT find a Compatibilitytools folder

Unfortunately I also can't find said folder. I even tried creating a new folder of the same name and extracting the files in there but it didn't work.
Ringo Nov 1 @ 10:39am 
Originally posted by Ringo:
Originally posted by DaBa:


Unfortunately I also can't find said folder. I even tried creating a new folder of the same name and extracting the files in there but it didn't work.

Update: OK so creating a new folder in the steam directory by the name of " compatibilitytools.d " did in fact work, just not the first time i tried it.

to summarise: enable linux compatibility mode for crosscode in game mode then switch to desktop -> download the steamplaynone files -> enable hidden files in the file explorer -> navigate to /.steam/steam/ -> create a new folder called "compatibilitytools.d" -> extract the steamplaynone archive in there
hi Nov 7 @ 4:30am 
It works great for me.
Lywelyn Nov 14 @ 3:03am 
it could idd use some help with the basic proton that come with it, but i hardly expect an optimisation for the deck, (whoever set the tip about the native linus, thanks you btw)
Ricky Nov 23 @ 10:16am 
I just installed it, it has in inconsistent framepacing so bad if you're sensitive to that.

The game randomly closes sometime making you lose progress.
It closed 3 times in 23 mins.

I am using stable branch. Not changed anything so its my out of the box experience with a stock steam deck.

I thought a game like this would work perfectly on the deck. You can fix it by installing some 3rd party stuff in the desktop environment apparently, however i'm going to refund it. If the developer doesn't want to support the deck, i don't want to support them.
Last edited by Ricky; Nov 23 @ 11:38pm
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