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Pic's picture

I'm blind then, I've searched all the options yesterday, now I see it :D
Thanks! An option to simply fullscreen would be a lot better though.

Azmond's picture

Actually you can do it, though it took me a bit to reaslize the controls, in the main menu you can use the arrow keys, and whe the arrow keys are used for Adding or Minusing points or whatever, then you've to use the Chevrons (these things: ">>>> <<<<<") to go back an forth bettwen diffrent items so

[I'M HERE] (want to go here!) *press '>'*

(was here~!) [NOW HERE]

Also on the tiles you CAN disable them, and you CAN, make thefeild of vision longer however it isn't correct in scale i think so if you put the number too high it'll not want to work well without clipping off slightly...
So in the Options - Chervon to Interface, then from there you shold see View Port Hieght and Length: for me i put it at 30:X 15:Y and it works very well for me on my 8 by 11 or so laptop screen :3

Pic's picture

This "tiles and characters" thing was also present in ToME before the tileset was complete. In doesn't strike me as bad, the bad thing is that the default tileset heavily limits the view. And you can't resize the window (or can you? haven't found it at least).

Wuzzy's picture

Oh, sorry. I wasn’t aware of this.

pheonton's picture
Forum topic: Where to buy?

It's available in the chrome web store (You'll need chrome it will not run in chromium) and its free. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/plush/ocbcflmimijbjlkheidhomhg...

sixsixfive's picture

Well I think it's nothing bad about to show people where they can buy those classics.

Without gog.com ScummVm, DOSbox, Theme Hospital, Unreal, UT/UT2004, Arx, Syndicate & Co.would be already dead.

Just have a look at Homeword - it's great game, Game of the Year, many best notes, source is available, it has a Linux port but you can't buy it anywhere today ==> Port and Modding is dead now.

>I agree, gog refuses to offer Linux downloads for games already available

GOG will come when they are ready, they just have one simple policy:

If you buy a game on GOG for your platform it will run out-of-the box and that's something you can't currently guarantee on linux.

Cheibriados's picture

I agree, gog refuses to offer Linux downloads for games already available, and the Windows versions require tweaking, third-party engines and tools like wine or innoextract in the few cases where they can be transformed into Linux-native.

On the other hand, I don't know if games like Theme Hospital are available elsewhere, but the banner used now may be replaced with a external link.

IMHO only distributors with explicit Linux support deserve a banner: Desura, Steam, Humble Store, Gameolith, Fireflower, ShinyLoot, IndieGameStand and others I must be forgetting (sorry). Not sure about GamersGate.

pheonton's picture

Agreed, the search is not one of the greatest assets of lgdb.org. It doesn't index words shorter than 4 characters and has some other flaws (doesn't find parts of words, no typo correction...) but it only really fails for 0 a.d. ;)