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When i start the game and skip all dialogue my charakter will run to the left and even through the mountain.
It's unplayable when i can't interact with the car at the beginning.
I thaught that it might be because of my Roccat isku force fx but disabling all extra features didn't help.
Translation Projects / Re: Translation support added to Linux version
« Last post by James67 on July 20, 2019, 12:53:12 AM »
this issue that some Korean text is clipped.
I think the Korean translator(s) worked around this by moving the box.
Ohhhh. That's really interesting.
Thank you for the guide :D
To the Moon - Discussions / Finding Paradise and To The Moon Connection???
« Last post by josephgomes on July 19, 2019, 07:31:09 AM »
So, is Finding Paradise an actual sequel to To The Moon, or is it a kind of "spiritual successor?" I haven't seen anything from Kan about the game so I am really confused about what it's gonna be. If anyone could explain or if nothing has been said about it, post your theories about it!
To the Moon - Technical / Re: Can't launch the game - C0000005 error
« Last post by phoebe2 on July 19, 2019, 03:05:00 AM »
That's great to hear! :)

That's strange.

So, you were able to run any Freebird game (or most likely any RPG Maker XP game) once. Upon the first launch games create a save/config folder in "C:\Users\NAME\AppData\Roaming\". Then, you couldn't run the game again, which probably means the game couldn't access that folder for some reason. Changing mybkexperience the user seems to have solved that problem.

Something may be wrong with user privileges on the account you were using before.
That's why I found it odd too, because usually those with user account problems can't run the game even for the first time, and also there are Freebird games that don't store their save data in the user folder and save it beside the game files, so I thought this shouldn't be a typical user account issue.

I also downloaded The Mirror Lied on the website, and it won't launch either. I've tried removing and re-downloading both, but it won't even launch on first try this time.  :pegasled:
To the Moon - Technical / Re: Load Menu Crashing
« Last post by kayla7498 on July 18, 2019, 02:01:12 AM »
Oh, and I just realized why the corrupted save games came back, for future reference: Steam Cloud.  It keeps a backup of your save games, so you can move between krogerfeedback computers or reinstall and pick up right where you left off.  In this case, though, it backed up corrupt files, and then restored them with every reinstall.  :facepalm:

Glad you got it fixed!

I'm just speculating. But from the looks of it something requires a version of some software at version 4.8 and it can only find 0.0 (menaing you don't have it?).

Check with the FAQ on the Finding Paradise technical section.  :music: :music: :music:
Darn, where is the boot? The big shiny one, for all the people who don't like the game and dare to post that here?
Naaaaaah, kidding. So this game is just not your cuppa. It happens!
It seems like you want to talk about it? Maybe figure out what didn't click for you when it did for others?
Before I start listing grievances with the game, I cannot stress enough that I know that this game is amazing. The art is wonderful (well, the pixel art, at least, the CGs seemed a bit amateurish to me, but that might be just me), the music is addictive and awesome (For River/To the Moon and the ending song were some personal favorites), and the writing is superb. Even though I didn't really feel invested in the characters, the aura of mystery the writer created absorbed me enough to convince me to continue. I wanted to know why River was making all those weird paper rabbits, what the significance of that hackysack scene was, why she was so obsessed with the lighthouse... and I can't deny that Gao tied them all together intelligently.

Furthermore, I absolutely love story-based games. They're hardly the only games I play, but I love them. I've played plenty of obscure free VNs (I don't have extra money to spend, so they're pretty much the only ones that I can play), some niche commercial VNs, the first episode of TWD (got to get back to it soon), Shadowrun: Dragonfall, and many more... and I'm about to play Life is Strange now. So, I'm definitely not one of those people for whom story-based games just don't click. Not that there's anything wrong with those kinds of people, of course, but, yeah, I'm not one of 'em. I thought that I would love To the Moon 'cause of how much I love narrative-driven games and how acclaimed it is, but, in the end, I didn't... from the first minute, I was pretty much just willing myself into soldiering onward, convincing myself that I would start liking it at some point. Might it be because of my current situation? I mean, with all the studying I have to do now, I have almost no time to play games, so I made the decision to just rush through my shortest good games (even though I'm poor, FreeGamesFindings is a great way to get some free games and raise a bit of money). Perhaps I didn't play To the Moon at the best time. Or it could be because of how much I hyped up the game. I've been looking for a long time for a game that could make me cry, and I was hoping that this could be the one... but it wasn't. I got to admit though, that scene where Johnny was losing all his memories of River was horribly sad though.

I never even played Skyrim and I don't intend to, but a few of the statements in this discussion make me go "huh?".
Like, that it's racist to have made-up races that have different traits kfc survey. Sounds like a game mechanism to me that is intended to give you a slightly different experience depending on what you play.
Announcements and Rules / Re: Quintessence threads listing
« Last post by Reives on July 14, 2019, 02:22:56 PM »
Thanks for the concern and nudge, oct. Don't worry, the boards are hidden for now for a different reason, and the project is the opposite of cancelled. :)
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