Version 1.0.1 now available! The three factions of the Aeon Nebula have broken out into war. The Alliance, Exiles and Cyborgs are each struggling to obtain dominance over the mineral rich nebula. Aeon Command is a tug of war strategy space warfare game. Play as one of 3 unique factions to help gain dominance over the Aeon Nebula! Features include! - 3 Unique Factions each with unique ships and abilities. - 24 Mission single player campaign. 8 missions for each faction. Play through the Alliance, Cyborgs and Exile campaigns to unlock upgrades and abilities. - Skirmish modes including Classic, Close Quarters and Resources and 3 difficulties. - Multiplayer! Go head to head with a friend or stranger with your favorite faction. - Persistent upgrade system. Unlock upgrades as you play the game to constantly improve your fleet. *Note for Debian users: There have been numerous issues reported with the Unity engine/player on Debian. We're tracking the issue.

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0 comments by Minerne on Apr 11th, 2013

We released Aeon Command on PC and Mac around 6 months ago.  We've made lots of updates and fixes since the initial release.  We also added support for Linux, Android and iOS.  Since the mobile price was set to $2.99 USD, we felt that it was only fair to match the price for the PC/Mac/Linux versions as well.

 For our first game, we've been very happy with the success of Aeon Command and we hope you guys enjoy the new lower price.

Thanks to everyone that purchased a copy!  You've enabled us to continue doing what we love and making games.  The funds we've earned from Aeon Command will enable us to make our next project even bigger and better.

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hardpenguin
hardpenguin Apr 15 2013, 5:32am says:

Still waiting for fixes :(

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Minerne
Minerne Apr 21 2013, 11:59am replied:

Unity3d does not support Debian at the moment, so getting a fix will be difficult. We're still tracking the issue but nothing has changed as of yet.

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berarma
berarma Apr 25 2013, 8:19pm replied:

It didn't work. I've replied in the forum.

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Minerne
Minerne Apr 25 2013, 8:29pm replied:

Thanks for testing it. Hardpenguin is able to run the demo fine, but the full version crashes. I believe that might be a networking related issue.

Would you mind sharing what Unity games worked on Debian? I'll try to contact their developers and determine if there's anything special we need to do to add support.

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berarma
berarma Apr 27 2013, 8:05pm replied:

Some of those games working are Rochard, Fotonica, Overlight, Micron, Battle Mass,...

Please, see my post in the forum, it seems like the same crash reported there but it happens in the demo. I wonder if the other user reporting the crash just in the full game tried the same demo version as me. It doesn't seem network relatedm, I've played Battle Mass in networked multi-player without problems.

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Minerne
Minerne Apr 28 2013, 2:58pm replied:

The only reason we thought it might be network related was because our demo has all of the networking code disabled. That's the primary difference between that and the full version.

Thanks for the list of games.

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hardpenguin
hardpenguin Apr 27 2013, 7:10am replied:

Previously I used Debian Squeeze and I just had to link newer libstdc++ to get Unity3d games working. Now I use newer Debian Wheezy and Unity3d games run out-of-the-box. I was able to run Fotonica, Organ Trail and McDroid without problems. All of those are using more or less networking (but only McDroid for multiplayer).

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berarma
berarma Apr 25 2013, 7:33pm replied:

I've played several Unity3D games on Debian without a single problem. I'm downloading the demo and will try.

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rudeboyskunk
rudeboyskunk Apr 12 2013, 8:51pm says:

As soon as I saw the price drop, I bought it. Thanks for supporting Linux! I can't wait to play~

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ArchdukeOfSussex
ArchdukeOfSussex Apr 3 2013, 5:46pm replied:

This is a flat, 1v1, tug-of-war versus game. An open PvP mode isn't feasible in such a game?

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