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SeveredJoke
SeveredJoke
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4/12/2017
The mournful melody reminds me of Klavier by Rammstein. I can imagine storming round to Reise Reise or Seeman would be quite apt too.

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sangreal
sangreal
Posts: 1

4/22/2017
Absintheuse wrote:

The iPad version of Sunless Sea does not include the Zubmariner expansion, or the Cladery Heir / Pirate Poet stories (these weren't part of the base game of Sunless Sea while we were developing the iPad version). There are no current plans to add the above to the iPad version of the game, but if that changes, we will be sure to announce it.

Also if you experience any freezes or bugs, we'd love to hear about it. If you email sunlessmobile@failbettergames.com along with your device model, and what you experienced, that would be wonderful. Thank you!

edited by Absintheuse on 4/4/2017



If there is no plan to add the DLC, it would be nice if the game didn't have half the quest and then tell you that you need to buy the non-existent Pirate Poet DLC to continue smile
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Snyder
Snyder
Posts: 1

4/25/2017
Absintheuse wrote:
  • Two touch-screen control systems available, which you can switch between at any time from the settings menu.
  • Auto-firing: while in combat, your firing solution will fill up over time as normal. When it reaches maximum, it will automatically launch a projectile at the enemy in front of you.



I'm afraid I already know the answer, but anyway: Are there plans to incorporate these touch controls in the Steam version?
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Marsmal
Marsmal
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7/1/2017
Hi )

A little up just to remind you that an android version would be sooo great to spend the summer on a bed with a fan.
Would be great too in winter with a hottie.
Please ?
Please please please

/love your games, thanks
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Teaspoon
Teaspoon
Posts: 804

7/1/2017
I believe they've said that they don't think that Sunless Sea would be very good on a phone.

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Isaac Zienfried
Isaac Zienfried
Posts: 359

7/1/2017
There are Android-based tablets, though. Personally, I have trouble seeing it being particularly great on a tablet, but then again, I never use tablets.
edited by Isaac Zienfried on 7/1/2017

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But really, it's hard to keep things simple down here!
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SeveredJoke
SeveredJoke
Posts: 171

7/3/2017
I played on the PC version for the first time this weekend and was surprised at how different it felt. It was much faster but then again so were the enemies! Lifebergs never bothered me before but on the PC they gave me a heart attack. And then sunk me...

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Annabelle McAllister - Nemesis

Marlon JD - Bag a Legend

Suzi Bapsthwaite - Light Fingers

Delilah Moreo - Heart's Desire

Alexei Totkinder - Nemesis
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Akopian
Akopian
Posts: 1

10/13/2017
For what it is worth, I would buy any expansions. It is a little irritating that there are references to the exoansion in the IPad version, for instance in the Modiste quest line, which mention extra material when there is no current intention to add it. Anyway, it is a great gsme on the Ipad. I also really loke the portability of the IPad so I expect that I will prefer it on the IPad even if I get it dor the PC. There is just so much other stuff to do if I am going to sit at the computer . . .

Sadly, Fallen London does mot work so welk as this game in the IPad, I have difficukty even logging in on that game.

Anyway, this is a charming game and keep up the good work
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