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 on: January 07, 2018, 01:46:20 am 
Started by Simon - Last post by NonoNano

thank you very much for your support!
Unfortunately in my case the game is not running, the icon of the game looks like this:


and if I try to run it I get this message:


that means "you cannot open Samorost 3 because it is not supported by this type of Mac"

The OS should be the same one you are using:


I bought the game from the official site "samorost3.net", using humble bundle..
Thank you!

 on: January 06, 2018, 09:31:46 pm 
Started by Alex - Last post by Alex

Article in a Czech magazine about "Attentat 1942" and "Chuchel" having been nominated by Independent Games Festival (IGF).

 on: January 06, 2018, 06:49:00 pm 
Started by Simon - Last post by Lamkin
Okay, so I was able to launch the game without any issues under 10.6.8. The version number reads 1.4.460. I downloaded it just today from my Humble key page, and that version was uploaded on 2017-03-22. Where did you purchase the game, Nono?

 on: January 06, 2018, 06:26:22 pm 
Started by Simon - Last post by NonoNano
Thank you very much for your kind reply! I've already tried to contact the developers..hope they will give me some info soon..thank you!

 on: January 06, 2018, 06:01:19 pm 
Started by Simon - Last post by Lamkin
Hmm... I doubt that Simon above had done anything in particular to get the game to work under Snow Leopard. My guess here is that an update to the game sometime after the initial launch has caused it to no longer be compatible with Snow Leopard. I have 10.6.8 on a partition, but I rarely boot up into in anymore...I'll check in a bit here to see if I can get the game to run under it, then I'll edit the post.
Unfortunately, it's likely the game no longer runs on Snow Leopard, so I think you might be out of luck, as the minimum requirements never listed 10.6.8. I suppose it's *possible* that Amanita Design could provide you with that earlier, compatible version, but I would imagine probably not. You can contact the developers and ask them using the form at the bottom of this page:

Edit: Nope. Skip to Reply #7 below.

 on: January 06, 2018, 05:34:17 pm 
Started by Simon - Last post by NonoNano

I also have Snow Leopard 10.6.8 but in my case the game is not running.
Have you did something in particular to make it running?


 on: January 06, 2018, 01:42:58 pm 
Started by BUTLER3 - Last post by BUTLER3
I have made a timeline!
Here, take a look:
(This is definitely not correct, because there just isn't enough information.)

The first thing that ever happens is the events of "Quest for the rest", then shortly after, the events of "Rocketman".
This is when the scientists made the first prototypes for the robots we see in "Machinarium".
A few years later the robots got too smart and overtook the humans.
A while after that, "Botanicula", then a very long time after that "Machinarium".
This all happened on the same planet, probably Earth.

Shortly after Botanicula, Questionaut happens, but closer to where Samorost takes place.
A long time after Botanicula, Samorost 1, then shortly after that Samorost 2 happen.
(Machinarium occurs shortly after Samorost 2.)
Shortly - a while after Machinarium, Samorost 3 happens.

Shy dwarf and CHUCHEL could happen anywhere during this timeline, and Osada occurs probably somewhere towards the beginning.

I know that a lot of what is in this timeline goes against what I have posted in the past, as well as what happens in the games, but I will definitely update this in the future.

Shortly after - 1 day to 5 years
A while after - 5 to 20 years
A long time - 20 to 50 years
A very long time - 40 to 100 years

 on: January 06, 2018, 08:23:19 am 
Started by BUTLER3 - Last post by BUTLER3
Maybe Machinarium takes place on Earth many years into the future, and humans have gone extinct.

That means Rocketman happened on the same planet, but long before.
Maybe the scientists invented some early versions of the robots we see in Machinarium, but they became too smart and turned the planet into a city surrounded by a junkyard, which is an optimal environment for them.

The quest for the rest looks like it takes place on a planet the same size as Earth as well.
Maybe the Quest for the rest also takes place on the same planet as Machinarium and Rocketman, (Earth), but it's either in the past or in the present. (Compared to Rocketman.)

Chuchel and Shy dwarf have the same style, (both made by Jaromír Plachy), simplistic with a white background.
I think they both take place in some character's head, since they don't fit in any way else.

Osada could either take place on Earth, or be the visions of a drunk man.
In fact, all of these games could be the visions of a drunk man.

Questionaut has the same size of planets as the samorost series, but they do not have stars and dark space as the background, so I don't know where I could add it in, but I will count it as close to Samorost.

 on: January 05, 2018, 11:09:33 pm 
Started by theshape31 - Last post by Lamkin
Saw someone looking at the topic today and thought I'd post an update to say that the soundtrack currently comes with both FLAC and mp3 versions when purchased from Amanita Design's Store, Steam, and GOG.

Edit #1: I'm not 100% sure that FLAC files come with the purchase of the soundtrack from the Humble Store (though it's highly likely), but purchasing the game there will get you a Steam key, and the soundtrack on Steam has both FLAC and mp3 versions.

Edit #2: I just asked Lukas at Amanita Design, and he says the Humble Store has the FLAC files in addition to mp3s.

 on: January 05, 2018, 10:06:13 pm 
Started by BUTLER3 - Last post by Lamkin
1. Family
2.  + video games
3. Movies/Music/Art
4. Chicago Cubs
5. Chicago deep dish pizza....specifically, Lou Malnati's   https://www.loumalnatis.com/

+1 coffee and contemplation Smiley

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