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Kona [Steam, Official Site, GOG], the environmental survival and adventure game has been updated in the hopes of fixing some major Linux issues, but it still has problems.

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In the patch, two specific and annoying Linux issues may have been solved:
  • The black screen glitch in the main menu should be fixed
  • The mouse should now appear and work correctly in the main menu

However, they say the black screen issue might not be solved for everyone. If you do get a black screen, you can try this workaround, which works for other Unity games having the same issue:
-screen-fullscreen 0 -screen-width 1920 -screen-height 1080
Adjust that to your screen resolution.

There's plenty of other fixes too, like a reduction in the random crashes (an issue I kept having preventing me reviewing it). They say there might be a few crashes left in, so it's not completely stable yet. Sounds like it still needs a little more time before I can properly review it. A shame, since the early builds were so promising but the Linux version has been an issue since release.

See the release notes for more. Article taken from
Tags: Adventure, Steam, Survival | Apps: Kona
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Xpander Jun 22, 2017
uhm, i didnt even know there were issues. i completed the game in about 5 hours with zero issues, but it was like 2 months ago
PlayX Jun 22, 2017
Yes with the Unity 5.6 Update a few weeks ago there came a few new bug. But I completed the game in round about 5 hours (with the black screen and mouse workaround) and did't have any crashes.
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