It’s the distant future and mankind has expanded beyond its solar system. After spending several centuries traveling, expanding and populating, humans perfected the use of wormhole technology. But wormhole technology comes with a price: it consumes a natural resource found only in particular systems. Many more decades passed as humans built and placed the wormhole devices at strategic points in their little section of the galaxy, thus creating a network of “jump points.” During this time, Mankind had been aware of a war that spanned the galaxy, though known only by the effects their technology left behind. Through research and investigation, humans had learned that there was a massive war taking place between two powerful races: the benevolent Aeryopolis (silvery bird-like creatures that are described as looking like mercury), and the ruthless Kreen (bizarre looking creatures thought to have once had the ability to change their appearance at will. There is no current record of what...

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Hi all. We at Liquid Elemant are not ones to ignore our community. So in response to an increased demand for a Linux version of Spatial Fear: Prologue, we have decided to release one. Since we are working on version v1.2 at the moment, our plan is to release a Linux-compatible full version alongside

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Hi all. We at Liquid Elemant are not ones to ignore our community. So in response to an increased demand for a Linux version of Spatial Fear: Prologue, we have decided to release one.

Since we are working on version v1.2 at the moment, our plan is to release a Linux-compatible full version alongside the Windows release. The new version will be released as a patch only, in both .zip (Windows compatible) and .tar.gz (Linux compatible) format.

We are also looking into doing a Mac version as well. If you own a macintosh computer, and know how to port mods (specifically - the needed changes to the .ini), please contact me.

In related news, Spatial Fear: Prologue will be featured in both PC Zone UK (April) and PC Gamer UK (April). Look for both magazines to hit shelves around March 13th.

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