Little Space Duo is a classic, puzzle-based arcade game starring an unusual pair of heroes - a little girl and a small robot. The game features 40 challenging levels and 2 gameplay modes.

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Little Space Duo is a classic, puzzle-based arcade game starring an unusual pair of heroes - a little girl and a small robot. The game features 40 challenging levels and 2 gameplay modes.


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intgr Oct 30 2011 says:

The introductory video above is REALLY boring. If there's something else to this game than riding elevators, you should demonstrate it in the video.

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ribit Oct 28 2011 says:

downloads do not work

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Hyeron Oct 28 2011 says:

As much as I've been wanting to play this for a while, there's NO way I'll install Pulse. Too many old games I love get F'ed up with it. Pity really, but I'll pass. :/

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aliendude5300 Oct 28 2011 replied:

Pulse is fine, I don't know why people hate it so much

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lanxu Oct 29 2011 replied:

Pulse is fine. There's no way I'm going back to pure alsa anymore. Alsa just doesn't work flexible enough when you have multiple outputs like usb-headsets and hdmi. With pulseaudio, you can have a total control over all alsa/oss/whatever input/output/whatever and redirect it anywhere easily without breaking everything like a modern system should do. When pulseaudio doesn't work it's mostly because of the crappy linux audio drivers or/and bad configuration in general (yes, I have also suffered from this). Luckily, the situation with the drivers and Pulseaudio has improved. :)

Nevertheless, using the pulse library for audio in game is a pretty bold move as there are many "cross-audio" libraries for linux too. Oh, well. I guess the developers know what they're doing. The game looks cool btw. :)

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Hyeron Oct 30 2011 replied:

I have to say I just gave it another go after your message. It took me a few hours to get everything working, with Quake 4, SMAC, Doom 3 and a few others being their usual PITA and so on. But everything does work indeed. I don't even wanna know how the so-called devs configure their distro for Ubuntu and Fedora, but I never, EVER got this kjind of result before (and that's in 4+ years of having to deal with sound problems). Configuring everything yourself has its advantages, I guess.

Thanks a lot. Now to buy and try that game at last. :)

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Hyeron Oct 28 2011 replied:

It's not a matter of hate as much as one of usefulness. Pulse does nothing for me that alsa doesn't. But I had problems with a huge number of games while using it. Some completely unfixable, be it with padsp or pasuspender.

If backwards compatibility were to improve I'd consider it. But for now, as a linux gamer, it's a no-go. Too many old things don't work, get an unbearable delay in sound (around 10 seconds), and so on.

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Ancurio Oct 29 2011 replied:

I've been using Linux for over a year now, and never, NEVER did I have ANY trouble with pulse whatsoever (and I've played like 15+ games). The only exception is Minecraft, which had an outdated internal version of openAL (fixed in 10seconds). PA is fine.

Thank you, 'Jugilus', for not supporting the backwards-mentality that is still seen around concerning Linux Audio. There's absolutely no reason to not expect a modern distro to have PA.

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Mrokii Dec 29 2011 replied:

Well, you may call it backwards-mentality, but I call it *real problems* with dreaded pulseAudio. Devs should consider this. If they don't, they won't get my money, simple as that.

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Little Space Duo
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