just downloaded it! but i cant make it full screen?
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This game's nearly five years old at this point. When it was made it wasn't made with full-screen support. We're interested in one day going back to this and cleaning it up, modernizing it, and so on, but it'll be some time before we get the capacity to do that given our current project, Sovereign Tea. Apologies for the inconvenience, but glad to see this title still has interest, somehow!
ah yes it was a fun game and ill show it to my friends as well, i was curious and felt stupid for not knowing how to, glad to know that am not and its ok! i rlly had fun and the story is amazing so thank you for replying.
A very cute game! I have no knowledge of the world or universe it takes place in, but I could follow the story very well. It was really well executed and written. I found it amusing it was a play for children, however. XD Really cute, really cute.
Thank you! We wanted it to serve as an introduction to the world of Eons Lost. Oftentimes, children's plays and stories have more complex themes than expected!
This was the best lgbt related game i have played in a while! it was very enjoyable and the graphics were amazing and the story is well written!! Keep up the good work
I couldn't get the Linux version working on my Ubuntu 18.04 (Bionic), so instead I manually downloaded/unzipped the Windows version and ran it using Wine. The Unity splash screen looks a little wonky when you do this, but everything else works perfectly, and I was able to play through to the end.
As for the game itself, I'm a little too lazy to properly articulate why I like it, but heck yeah I loved it! The lack of a save feature had me a little worried, but the game is brief enough that when I needed to take a break, I could just minimize it and put my computer to sleep.
A note on background CPU usage: I don't know if this is a Wine/Ubuntu-specific problem, but those of you who run this game in Ubuntu under Wine may notice that when the game is minimized, it still uses a bunch of CPU.
- My solution for this was to go to the task manager and Stop (not terminate!) the War of the Lilies.exe process, then Continue it when I wanted to resume.
- Alternatively, you can launch War of the Lilies from a terminal window, hit Ctrl-Z in the terminal to pause the process when you want to take a break, then enter fg in the terminal to resume.
This was really cute and tons of fun! Loved it a bunch!
I'm about to play this and wow!! There is a chinese character!!! ahahah!
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Hiya! I just wanted to say I just finished playing your game and I really enjoyed it!! It was really cute!!