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 on: October 09, 2016, 08:22:57 pm 
Started by SmartK9s - Last post by Alex

Yeah, from what I've read online the process of getting in and out of Safe Mode in Windows 10 is hecka complicated!
Too bad it was all for naught.   Except that now you know how to get there should you ever (heaven forbid) catch a virus or some malware sneaks in and you need to be in Safe Mode to remove it.

But you never answered my question: Are you up to date on all MS recommended Windows 10 software updates?

 on: October 09, 2016, 08:12:58 pm 
Started by Random - Last post by Alex
I use a MacBook Pro (mid 2010) with Mac OSX Lion 10.7.5 (2,4GHz Dual Core, 4GB RAM) which I know is according to GOG technically not supported anymore, but up to the horn/antennae scenes it went very well.

According to GOG the minimum Mac system requirements are -
Mac: OS X 10.9 or later
1.7 GHz Dual Core
1 GB Disk Space

I'm running a MacBookPro (late 2011) with Mac OSX Lion 10.7.5 (2.2 Ghz Intel Core i7, 6GB RAM) and Samorost3 runs perfectly fine.

Our system specs, yours and mine, are almost exactly identical except for the RAM.  So my recommendation would be to install 2GB more of RAM.

 on: October 09, 2016, 08:08:27 pm 
Started by Random - Last post by Lamkin
Not sure what you could do you other than to try deleting, then redownloading and reinstalling the game. :/ If that doesn't help, you should contact the developers and let them know about the issue; you can use the form at the bottom of this page:

 on: October 09, 2016, 08:03:54 pm 
Started by vnmryan - Last post by Lamkin
Here you go:


 on: October 09, 2016, 05:35:00 pm 
Started by SmartK9s - Last post by SmartK9s
Thanks. Getting in and out of safe mode is crazy complicated in windows 10! But I did it. Sadly, Samorost 3 doesn't run at all in safe mode. The program appeared to open, but once it got to the start page with the circle, horn and star - the program froze up completely and I had to boot task manager to even exit.

Unfortunately until things change I just can't use it at all. I had wanted to purchase Botanicula, but not going to risk it now  Sad


 on: October 09, 2016, 05:21:06 pm 
Started by JojoH - Last post by Wosi
I have the same issue here. The game seems to be not playable on an Amazon Fire TV. The pedals can't be moved quick enough in the arcade room. That's frustrating. I tried to use the remote, the Amazon game pad, a Bluetooth keyboard with a trackpad and a USB cable mouse. I tried to do bigger circles, smaller circles, doing them quick and slow but nothing works. Is there any kind of workaround?

I paid for this game and now I'm stuck due to a bug :-(

 on: October 09, 2016, 01:30:37 pm 
Started by Random - Last post by Random
Hey there,

nearly every time I use the horn (or activate the antennae of the crazy moth) the whole game freezes and I have to force shut down and restart the computer.
When started again it works maybe once, but the next horn/antennae crashes the game again.
I tried to play not using fullscreen, but it made no difference.

I use a MacBook Pro (mid 2010) with Mac OSX Lion 10.7.5 (2,4GHz Dual Core, 4GB RAM) which I know is according to GOG technically not supported anymore, but up to the horn/antennae scenes it went very well.

I really like the game, but now I am stuck in the second world.

There is a similar post in the windows-section (http://forum.amanita-design.net/index.php?topic=5300.0) but the help offered there doesn't work for macs.

Any idea how to fix this?

 on: October 09, 2016, 09:53:27 am 
Started by Erik765 - Last post by Lamkin
Hey guys. :) Just thought I would add that Steam Play does not mean Linux support! Also, Botanicula is currently not available on Steam for Linux.

This post from Valve explains what Steam Play is:

Hmm...  I'd quote the post verbatim here, but a couple of sentences are slightly confusing, IMO, so I'll reword it slightly and attempt to clarify things just a little:

Steam Play allows you to purchase your games once and play anywhere. Whether you have purchased your Steam Play-enabled game on your Mac, Windows PC, or Linux PC, you will be able to play it on another platform free of charge if the game has been released on the platform that you are attempting to play on. (You'll need to look for the little Apple, Windows, or SteamOS logo in order to see what platforms a game has been released on.)

Edit: If it's still a little confusing, here is an article I found that goes into a bit more detail and has some images:

 on: October 09, 2016, 07:30:51 am 
Started by Erik765 - Last post by Alex

Glad to help out any way I can.

By the way, another plus of buying via the Humble Widget is that you get the full soundtrack that DVA created for the game.  (you just click on the icon)

 on: October 09, 2016, 07:21:29 am 
Started by Erik765 - Last post by Erik765
That makes sense (that it benefits them more), yes. I was just browsing Steam one day and saw it so I grabbed it.

I'll probably just go for it again and maybe another.

At least I have an answer now though.

Thanks for the super quick replies!

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