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Frozen Nightmare Linux version is imminent!

Posted by , 17 January 2013 at 2:26 pm UTC / 2459 views
Writing in a blog post on it's Desura page the developer behind Frozen Nightmare has stated the next version 1.3 will have Linux support!

The developer states hopefully by Saturday/Sunday 1.3 will be out:
QuoteAbout linux: expect the game to be released for linux on saturday or early sunday.


There will also be lost of other improvements to make the game run better
Quotemenu will have a tutorial option, making you learn teh basic game controls and how to build, how meat, water and medicine looks like, this is to assure that new players can dive into Frozen NIghtmare right away.

menu will look like an actual menu, basically we will make it look good or atleast decent.

UI wil be polished so your eyes dont have to handle something ugly but rather nice and beatifull.

G R A D U A L R E N D E R system, this will increase your frame rate by atleast the double, believe me playing the game at 40 fps will make everything look and feel better.

a more detailed map that does not feel that empty
Comments on this article are now closed.
tweakedenigma 17 January 2013 at 4:45 pm UTC
Any chance of this one also showing up on Steam ?

liamdawe 17 January 2013 at 4:46 pm UTC
It would need to go through greenlight and i don't see the author putting it onto there for quite a while.

Hamish 17 January 2013 at 6:18 pm UTC
I am sure that if it does get on Steam eventually you could talk the developer into getting Desura to supply purchasers with Steam keys. Desura plays nice that way.

Frozen Studios 18 January 2013 at 9:33 pm UTC
yes the game will give steam a shot, but that will happen when we get a bigger audience, by the way the linux 32 and 64 version of the game is out! if you buy the linux 32 you will also download the 64 bits required files

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