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Ok, It's been fixed.
Game is now available with automatic download.
Ok, thanks for checking that. We're still waiting for Desura's support at the moment.
But it's very strange. If you click the link above it leads to a direct downloads page. I tried it just now and I could download Linux demo even from Windows. I git a zip file.
I didn't seem to be verifying what platform I use. I downloaded it using regular web browser. Maybe it doesn't work if opened it from inside Desura client?
Ok, a small update. Standalone releases (both demo and full) can be obtained from here Indiedb.com
We'll get in touch with Desura support to verify what's happened to the automatic downloader.
It seems the stand alone release was delayed, but it should be out now. However the automatic download should be available from the start. We'll check what's going on.
Linux and Android versions will come in the near future.
It's still in the process of being accepted it seems. It should be available soon.
Unfortunately at the moment an Android port is not planned.
Although it does not mean it won't be in the future. It depends on how well the game is received on other platforms.
Depend's on the popularity of the game, but we hope to make some new levels yes. Level's are actually in plain text files. Although they are not commented right now, they are easy to edit/change even by the players.
We are thinking of expanding the campaign by a few additional maps and include that in a future patch (this will of course be for free).
We hope to make a bigger expansion pack in the future as well, this one would be paid but cheap. Most important new feature in the expansion pack we want to add is multiplayer for two people.
What kind of trouble?
Please send us an e-mail to email@example.com
In general: you change those in the options menu and if you close the game and restart it should work. However, if you have some settings in your system enabled that prevent the game from saving files, it may not work.
You can try looking for the settings file manually and edit it in notepad (if you are using Windows). If you are playing version 1.2 of the game, it will be located under "<BlueLibra's installation folder>/cfgs/startup.txt".
If it's version 1.3, it will be in "my documents/BlueLibra/startup.cfg".
Edit it in notepad and you will see something like this:
First two values are screen resolution, so try changing them to your desired values. Value one before the last is the fullscreen value. If its one (like in the example above) the game will start in fullscreen, if it's zero it will start windowed.
Hope this helps. If you have more questions, please write us an e-mail.
We are working on a Linux version right now. If all goes well it will be available in the next couple of days, maybe 2-3 weeks.
Thank you for your comments, we will take everything under consideration.
"The issue is there is no way (as far as I can tell) to see what status the ship is currently at, i.e. can it use torpedo's or not? "
You can hold ALT key or press the status bar button (the one above the map on the right) you will see small icons on each ship. Those icons inform about unit's gun and torpedo status. Green is ready to fire. Yellow means reloading. Red means that the unit will hold fire.
Map is divided into regions. You send ships into those regions and a progress bar appears showing how much you have captured. If a building is located there, you will capture it as well.