Losing his parents during the holocaust to a mad man of a doctor. You're to play as Grobuskna Vladinov, 20 years after the incident that changed his life dramatically. Grobuskna receives an unknown phone call that'll start a journey that'll twist your mind...
This is another option to launch TFO apart from Steam, I've also added command line possibilities. Basic Console and Performance Fix check boxes. As well as a command line box for adding more stuff if you want to!
To install/use the launcher just export it to any directory, for example your desktop.
You don't need to worry about setting up directories, the launcher checks through your registry. Hence that this means it checks for steam folder path!
Which means non-steam will probably not work!
Error code: "Sourcemods or Steam folder not found!"
If this issue occurs you've most likely installed steam/sourcemods outside the regular or you're using non-steam.
For now the launcher won't support that.
- Allows you to open TFO directly
- Allows you to set specific command arguments, such as -console and +cl_forcepreload 1 and +sv_forcepreload 1 ( performance fixes ).
- Allows you to set extra launch commands if you wish so, check the included readme file for available options!
Changes for v2.3.0:
- The launcher now auto-saves your configuration such as console, perf fix check and custom commands in the command line.
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