Being stuck in self-isolation myself, I decided to release a free download of the Alpha 29 patch, to hopefully sweeten everyone’s time a bit! This is [See the full post at: FREE quarantine Alpha 29 download!]
A big thank you for this gift, I just lived to discover the games made after Rimworld and Keplerth here I am, it’s as if I discovered simulation games for the first time. I can’t wait to try this and be sure to get my feedback.
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Absolute Prima, an awesome example of what the mixture of colony management and rouge-like can achieve. In order to continue that rouge-like feel, I have completely skipped the tutorial and my base with the highest points is a little above 1000 points, all resulting in me using my keeper to accidentally kamikaze into a dwarf fort or ant attack.
Of course, this is about the quarantine download, not a review, so my problem ensues: I play (and have paid for) the steam version of this game on my main pc, but my pc (for misc. reasons) has a timer for how long I can be on it. I saw this free version today (April 22, 2020) and decided to download it for my school mac book to fill in “free-time” (More or less, just procrastinating). I know the trick to download and play the game by “recreating” the game, however, that only works on “.APP” files, not .sh files (Shell command?).
This segues me into one of two solutions 1. Be a smart person and learn how to change the .sh into a .app (I’m definitely not a code guy, as you could tell from me wanting to procrastinate, but I won’t use up your time with making this great game better.) or 2. Create another download version for mac versions that uses the “.APP” file so my trick will work for downloading and playing the game, but it will take up your time along with sounding ungrateful about your philanthropic way of giving us a free, modern version of the game. Of course, I also don’t know many things about the nuances of coding, especially for horrid macs too (trust me, I hate them too).
And hey, I’m open to suggestions too, that my two cursory solutions so far, but I am more than willing to try another method for downloading it, I’m kinda dedicated to playing this game because bought it today (April 22, 2020) and loved every single playthrough I’ve tried so far.
If you want more background too, if I try to open the MAC COMMAND file, I get an “unidentified developer” warning and need the administrator login info to use the file/command.
Unfortunately I can’t help you with that, unless you can install Steam on your mac computer. Apple has been making it harder and harder to release games on Macs, and at this moment I’m not ready to go through the hassle of joining their developer program.