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Teaspoon
Teaspoon
Posts: 412

2/16/2017
So, ah, what are the specs on this? What computers will it run on? How good an OS is necessary? Is it PC only?

If anyone else has asked this yet, I've missed it.

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suinicide
suinicide
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2/16/2017
Last I heard, it was too early to tell.

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RIP suinicide, stuck in a well. Still has it under control.
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Mordaine Barimen
Mordaine Barimen
Posts: 660

2/16/2017
Teaspoon wrote:
Is it PC only?



"Explore a universe steeped in celestial horror and ravaged by Victorian ambition in this literary RPG for PC, Mac and Linux."

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BlabberingMat
BlabberingMat
Posts: 254

25 days ago
Aaaaah, it's good to be back! Sunless Skies were what I neededto get back from hiatus that was somewhat self-imposed (in Fallen London and Sea respectively). I backed the project and I am really excited to see it come to fruition. Just to clarify: will both copies of game have access to Early Access when it starts?

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