A simple yet ambitious plan, to terraform planet Diversitas. About 1.25 trillion dollars were invested into this project, ships were built, colonizers were trained, scientists were hired; And it all failed. On the second year following the route to Diversitas, one of the main nuclear engines of the mother ship "Infinitum" exploded, as far as you know you are the only survivor. Alone in space, no communication, no people.

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It won t render an graphics (Games : Diversitas : Forum : bugs that affect gameplay : It won t render an graphics) Locked
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Jan 23 2013, 3:28am Anchor

The game only shows a white screen, yet i can hear the game sounds. It just doesn t render any graphics! Actually this one is not the only game on desura who does that, everytime is the same thing. a totally white screen, and no error messages. Also, it still won t install on Desura

Jan 23 2013, 12:09pm Anchor

try changing the resolution and game settings combination, example try 1280by 720 in simple graphics

Jan 24 2013, 9:52am Anchor

I`d advice checking different GPU (graphic card) drivers as well based on the description of the issue and the fact more games are affected.
Another thing (unlikely, but still possible) is that you have some old integrated GPU in you computer (very likely if you are on a laptop).
If you remember which other games didn`t work properly you might want to check if they are all made in Unity engine (if so, reading Unity forums for a fix might be a good idea.)

Feb 17 2013, 6:24am Anchor

I am using a laptop. Now the graphixs seem to work, with some glitches. However, the Linux client doesn't have any menu to change the resolution, So I can't test different configurations (I checked with wine the windows version and it has).

Now The problem is the mouse: It is stuck looking at the sky, Looking downwards is a fight, as it keeps going up making it unplayable. This seems like a quite problematic alpha.

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