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 on: April 15, 2016, 07:11:25 am 
Started by Lamkin - Last post by pinot2me
Okay, thanks. Will just have to be patient.  (Hey, at least it's not years!  Wink )

Maybe it will be in time for my May 16th birthday (not telling how old) - that would count as months.  (o:

 on: April 15, 2016, 04:53:06 am 
Started by Lamkin - Last post by Lamkin
Oops. I should've put this in the first post. (I'll edit it now.) On March 31, Amanita Design said on the Samorost 3 Steam forum that the "iOS version is in the works. [It] should be out in a few months."

 on: April 15, 2016, 03:17:48 am 
Started by Lamkin - Last post by pinot2me
Is there an ETA for the iOS version?  Am so looking forward to playing on my iPad...    Cheesy

 on: April 13, 2016, 06:39:15 pm 
Started by the cats - Last post by Lamkin
Updating the game will not cause you to lose your saves.

 on: April 13, 2016, 04:09:12 pm 
Started by Bruooks - Last post by Lamkin
Ah, okay. I suggest that you contact Amanita Design to let them know about the issue using the form at the bottom of this page:

And it would be helpful for others who may be having the same issue if you could post back once you've received a response from Amanita.

 on: April 13, 2016, 12:10:16 pm 
Started by the cats - Last post by the cats
if the game has an update, how can I update it without losing my saves?

 on: April 13, 2016, 12:07:03 pm 
Started by the cats - Last post by the cats
sometimes animations glitch, for exanple i saw tow gnomes: one freesed, and one that is "alive".

 on: April 13, 2016, 11:51:58 am 
Started by the cats - Last post by the cats
nevermind it was a bug. for the plant to regrow, i needed to do all the way around

 on: April 13, 2016, 08:31:55 am 
Started by Alex - Last post by Alex

Dan @ Minority Records sent the following info:

Floex completes his next musical mission as he publishes the diverse soundtrack to the "Samorost 3" game by Amanita Design.

Tomáš Dvořák (Floex) once again teamed up with the creators of Amanita Design games and following the release of the soundtracks to the “Samorost 2” and “Machinarium” games, went on to record the soundtrack to the third adventure of the logical point-and-click game, “Samorost”. It is also the first of the whole series with full HD graphics and since market launch on March 24, has received well-deserved global attention and a positive response. Preparation took almost five years to complete and for most of the time Floex (he claims to have spent at least two-and-a-half years on this project) gradually created the sound design, sounds and expressions of the characters, the environment (the story takes place across seven different planets) as well as the musical dramaturgy. The vanguard edition of the soundtrack was an EP titled “Samorost 3 Pre-remixes EP” published last year with remixes and alternative versions of a few songs from the full version that in the final count contains some twenty-seven compositions.

For the time being, the “Samorost 3 Soundtrack" is available as of April 9th at official worldwide distribution services like iTunes, Google Play, Amazon etc. including streaming services like Spotify, Deezer. However, this extensive set will finally be released via Minority Records on CD and 2LP (180 gram vinyls) formats in the autumn, which also published the earlier album “Zorya” (CD/LP/DL) and the soundtrack to the award-winning “Machinarium” (LP) (which was released on several vinyl reissues and is one of the best-selling titles on this label).

Tomáš Dvořák has fully absorbed his previous experience from creating the musical background for the “Samorost 2” and “Machinarium” games, and fully expanded his sense of imagination, the narrative and a variety of differing shades and moods. In this regard, the music for “Samorost 3” is probably the most diverse, yet it holds legible handwriting, integrity and for Dvořák, a typical approach to the elementary detail of melodic structure and a playful mosaic of individual ideas and ideals. As he was not limited by time, he could penetrate deeper into the mysteries, nooks and pitfalls of the game itself as well as play with several versions and explore where the soundtrack could move to. Floex’s favourite and leading instrument – the clarinet – appears, as does the flitting between genres – experimental levels that easily sail into the ambient or downtempo. The pre-recorded bustle sequences and loops have an equally important function.

Dvořák is accompanied by Tomáš Jamník’s cello, viola da Gamba and ehra; vocals are by Barbora Kratochvílová (duo DVA) and Miloš Dvořáček. The final mastering was traditionally taken care of by Matouš Godík (ZKA4T).

 on: April 13, 2016, 06:24:11 am 
Started by Bruooks - Last post by Bruooks
No he is complete frozen game is stalled out. I haven't played now n months. Deleting game and restoring does nothing to restore action. I miss my Machinarium!b

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