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AlveKatt May 9 2013, 6:21am replied:

It's still a matter of buying blind. Linux users don't want to buy anything without knowing they will like what they get any more than Windows users do.

+1 vote   news: Linux port of Salvation Prophecy available on Desura
AlveKatt May 7 2013, 5:44pm says:

Linux needs a demo, you really want to know if the game runs without fuss BEFORE you pay 15 euro for it...

+1 vote   news: Linux port of Salvation Prophecy available on Desura
AlveKatt May 7 2013, 5:34pm replied:

I think multiplayer is internet only.

At least in the beta version the only option you have is to create an account on the mcdroid server.

+1 vote   game: McDROID
AlveKatt Apr 16 2013, 7:58am replied:

To explain about my sound comment, there is a voice talking sometimes, but I can't hear it unless I crank the volume up. So, my initial comment was a bit confused, I don't handle sounds well. Very sensitive and I get rattled and can't make constructive comments.

What you need to do is raise the level on the computer voice, so that you don't have to have an earsplitting volume on to hear it.

I am using the Linux 64 bit version on a Linux mint Maya (64 bit), using ALSA and possibly OSS sound. (Had to purge Pulseaudio because it had 32 bit compatibility issues that ****** up voice chat in Second Life, which is a platform I spend a lot of time in.)

+1 vote   game: McDROID
AlveKatt Apr 15 2013, 9:37pm says:

A feature wishlist:

1. Research that lowers the cost of upgrades. I am thinking most upgrades could have a cost reduction upgrade tied to them. Like, if something costs 70 strawberries, you could research "efficient production" for 200 diamonds, and after that the things costs 45 Strawberries. Thus, if you are hardcore you can play without cost upgrades. If you are like me, that wants some resistance, but not frustratingly much, I could grind the lower levels and reduce the cost of the stronger upgrades.

2. Bigger percentage of turrets that aren't tied to those hole things in the ground.

3. Level/Campaign editor!

+3 votes   game: McDROID
AlveKatt Apr 15 2013, 4:14pm says:

Love the game, even bought it.

Beta feedback: Sound from the level isn't ending when you get destroyed or finish. This, is kind of horrible. Hurts my ears. Also, when the asteroids come in, my ears feel like they are going to pop.

+1 vote   game: McDROID
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