Linux version now available!

Hello all,

Lucah: Born of a Dream is now available on Linux! 

Please let us know in the comments  if you have any issues and we will work to resolve it as soon as possible.

Thank you for all of your support. Please help us out and leave a review or comment on our page if you haven't! Even a simple recommendation helps so much.

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Lucah Born of a Dream 407 MB
Sep 28, 2018

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I recently got the game from the Halloween bundle. I'd like to play on Linux, but I don't understand how to actually launch the game. Also, is there any "executable" file, like one you'd have on Windows?

Thank you, looking forward to your answer and to playing this game.

Hi Parattata,

Sorry for the late reply! The game should run from either the Lucah Born of a Dream.x86 or Lucah Born of a Dream.x86_64 file, depending on whether you want to run the 64-bit version or not. Try that out and see if it works!

Thanks for the support! It really was dumb. I'm sorry, I'm not really all that accustomed to using a Linux OS.

I would like to report a few things though. I came across two problems. The one is probably a Linux problem, but I'd like to tell you anyway. Part of why I had trouble launching the game before is because I tried to create a Start Menu shortcut but I couldn't manage to. You have to do it manually, that is, you pinpoint the directory of the "executable", name the shortcut, give it an icon etc.. The thing is, I tried pointing it towards the files you mention, but I it didn't seem to get it, as if those files aren't executable. Although double clicking on them works as expected. I use a 64-bit system, by the way.
Second, and most important; I played a bit and eventually I wanted to quit. So, I returned to the main menu, but from there my options were few! The menu wasn't working properly. I think what happened was, after returning to the main menu, the game assumed I was using a game controller (maybe an Xbox one?). On the down left corner, there was an analog stick for moving (although WASD and arrows were still working fine), A for selection and B to cancel, both of which I believe weren't referring to keyboard buttons (which obviously didn't work). I used Ctrl+Alt+Delete which reset the game and the buttons and the icons were normal (functioning keyboard buttons).

Other than that, I like the game a lot! The aesthetic is so different and appealing, it's a huge plus. Also, the combat system is sophisticated and I like the fact that dying is part of the gameplay. This game feels very fresh! Well done!