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Linux?
I like to torture myself with hardcore platformers, but I run Debian so...

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Last edited by LeLobster; Mar 8 @ 7:47pm
Originally posted by munky:
It works fine with steam play. It looks like for Intel integrated graphics you also have to use wine D3D11 via "PROTON_USE_WINED3D11=1 %command%"
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zukalous  [developer] Mar 9 @ 2:05pm 
Hey way to know what you are into :)

Sorry no plans for Linux at this time.
Always makes me sad to see a game support Mac but no Linux, but understandable as we're a relatively small bunch. Fingers crossed it'll work with Steamplay.
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munky Mar 23 @ 8:55am 
It works fine with steam play. It looks like for Intel integrated graphics you also have to use wine D3D11 via "PROTON_USE_WINED3D11=1 %command%"
zukalous  [developer] Mar 23 @ 2:09pm 
@munky thank you for answering. That command right there is what makes me scared of Linux.
MungoDude Mar 23 @ 10:44pm 
I have AMD Radeon RX580 graphics on Linux Mint 19.1, and I found it would crash every time after about a minute or two until I used "PROTON_NO_ESYNC=1 %command%" - now it works flawlessly for me.
munky Mar 24 @ 2:00am 
Originally posted by zukalous:
@munky thank you for answering. That command right there is what makes me scared of Linux.

I think it's not even needed if your GPU supports vulkan.

There is already a protondb entry for this game which says it works flawlessly: https://www.protondb.com/app/791180
alkazar Apr 30 @ 9:02pm 
In my case, I was missing the package `lib32-vulkan-intel` (Arch Linux). @munky 's solution also worked though.
Originally posted by zukalous:
@munky thank you for answering. That command right there is what makes me scared of Linux.
but you are not scared of coding .... wierd
zukalous  [developer] Jun 15 @ 5:11pm 
Eh I am just being a big baby. I could probably figure it out I just dont have a linux box. I might convert an old laptop though.
Originally posted by zukalous:
Eh I am just being a big baby. I could probably figure it out I just dont have a linux box. I might convert an old laptop though.
then don't complain plz about poor perf if gpu sux
Originally posted by zukalous:
Eh I am just being a big baby. I could probably figure it out I just dont have a linux box. I might convert an old laptop though.
You don't need to convert anything, you can install Linux alongside an existing OS. Or even on a USB drive. Or even run it without installing, though then all files will be lost on reboot.
Ask me, I can help.


Originally posted by zukalous:
That command right there is what makes me scared of Linux.
What is scary here?
That people need to set *one variable* to true to be able to run a game that doesn't support the OS at all?
Note that "%command%" is entirely Steam's invention; it's a placeholder that applies to every OS and is good to know about.
This game currently costs 39p and runs flawlessly on Proton. Why not stop hassling the man and just buy/enjoy it?
BlaXpirit Jun 26 @ 12:20pm 
The game doesn't support my OS, what else am I supposed to say
Last edited by BlaXpirit; Jun 26 @ 12:28pm
Yes it does, you're just being a prima donna about it.
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