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Liberté! Égalité! Spécialité!

UPDATE: Atteeee-ntion! This is not a drill, soldiers: Crossplay between GOG Galaxy and Steam has now been implemented, so get ready to unleash your inner furry online!

Additionally, those who were looking forward to the game's over-an-hour-long Official Soundtrack now have the option to purchase it separately.

Better yet? Anyone who purchased the game before Crossplay support was implemented, will receive the Soundtrack for FREE, as compensation for the inconvenience. Enjoy!

Tooth and Tail, a grimly satirical RTS about organized animal cruelty, is now available, DRM-free, on GOG.com.

Time to break the (food) chains! The War for Meat has thrown the animal kingdom into upheaval and everyone is out to subdue and consume their opponents. Customize your faction and lead an army of aggressive fuzzballs through procedurally generated maps to burn, gut, or blast the other woodland creatures into gooey pixels. Then you can go online and brutalize your friends' furry pets, unless they're willing to swing by for some couch split-screen play.

Check out our recent Q and A with developers Pocketwatch Games for more info anthropomorphic info.

Watch the trailer.
Post edited September 28, 2017 by maladr0Id
Does the game allow the user to save at any time?
love the artstyle of this game, it looks like it could be a hoot
Great release! Quoting a random review:
The matches are short so if you're a parent you can hop on, play a match, go back to screaming baby.
So, being a parent & a r̶o̶d̶e̶n̶t̶ gamer IS achievable after all! :)

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IronArcturus: Does the game allow the user to save at any time?
Not sure about that, but in case you didn't notice yet, the matches last from 5 to 12 minutes and that's very close to "at any time." ;)
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IronArcturus: Does the game allow the user to save at any time?
There is no save feature in skirmish or multiplayer. Reason for that is obviously the very short rate of games. The campaign progress though gets automatically saved after every mission.
looks good
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Silverhawk170485: I played it a bit and I like it really.

What is missing and I want to see in future updates, is a skirmish mode.

I'm also wondering why there are two identical Windows installers on the download site (not on Galaxy). Is one for 46bit and the other for 32bit systems? Both have the same download size and are named the same.
I just downloaded Oxenfree yesterday, via the GOG downloader, and also ended up with two versions of the game, one for 32-bit ( useless to me ) and one for 64-bit systems. Seems like not only game updates, but even the main downloads of games are a mess these days. :/
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Reever: Damn, talk about a vocal minority. It's not like I don't want you guys to get your Linux version, but sheesh...
They're complaining, because apparently a Linux version is available elsewhere. What do you suggest they should do about it, other than letting GOG ( and the Devs ) know they're not happy with this situation?
Post edited September 13, 2017 by CharlesGrey
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mqstout: The devs did say in the other thread that they did at one point have direct IP/LAN coded, but stopped maintaining it and stripped it out when Galaxy was implemented. There's a "maybe" it may come back sometime.
So they swapped out DRM free content with DRM one. Sounds about right.

"DRM-Free Content
You buy it - it's yours"

Staring me in the face from GOGs home page and I can't help but smirk.
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Pawel1995: TL;DR: So a.) yes there seems to be no Linux version on gog because of the "GOG Galaxy Linux"-fail and b.) the OST should be there soon.
To be frank, I've had enough of this.

I just removed all from my wishlist and I can't see myself buying another game on GOG until this bullshit stops being a thing.
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maz.588: I would like to know also.

Is the multiplayer really DRM-Free ?
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mqstout: The devs did say in the other thread that they did at one point have direct IP/LAN coded, but stopped maintaining it and stripped it out when Galaxy was implemented. There's a "maybe" it may come back sometime.
care to share a source of these revelations? ive checked every single topic on gog game forums without a single mention of what you are saying
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mqstout: The devs did say in the other thread that they did at one point have direct IP/LAN coded, but stopped maintaining it and stripped it out when Galaxy was implemented. There's a "maybe" it may come back sometime.
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d2t: care to share a source of these revelations? ive checked every single topic on gog game forums without a single mention of what you are saying
https://www.gog.com/forum/general/qa_with_the_developers_of_tooth_and_tail_a6420/post16
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d2t: care to share a source of these revelations? ive checked every single topic on gog game forums without a single mention of what you are saying
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mqstout: https://www.gog.com/forum/general/qa_with_the_developers_of_tooth_and_tail_a6420/post16
thanks but but the link does not back up what you say. you are claiming that developer "have direct IP/LAN coded, but stopped maintaining it and stripped it out when Galaxy was implemented play" like if galaxy was the reason of this. and all devs said is "no LAN. We had it at first, but it was a pain to support over the course of 3 years of development since we never used it" ?

maybe im missing sth here but this game has online play also on steam and ps4 too so developer implemented multiplayer code to all platforms and not just to gog version. what the tiniest platform of this 3 and their galaxy has to do with the game not having lan play and developer quote about supporting lan being pain in the ass while nobody was using it?
Post edited September 13, 2017 by d2t
Thanks to flesh420.613's review (which had more to say than "no crossplay = bad"), I am now sufficiently sure that there is enough of a single player experience in this to make it a worthwhile purchase in future. Wishlisted.
Post edited September 13, 2017 by musteriuz
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Reever: Damn, talk about a vocal minority. It's not like I don't want you guys to get your Linux version, but sheesh...
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CharlesGrey: They're complaining, because apparently a Linux version is available elsewhere. What do you suggest they should do about it, other than letting GOG ( and the Devs ) know they're not happy with this situation?
And not only is there a Linux version available elsewhere, it's GOG's fault that there isn't a Linux version on GOG. And GOG has pretty clearly stated that the Linux version of Galaxy isn't a high priority for them.

In the past I've been rather ambivalent about the Linux version of Galaxy. I have no intention of using it, so I'm still rather ambivalent towards it. The fact that games with single player content aren't coming to Linux on GOG because there is no Linux Galaxy for the multiplayer pisses me off though.
Post edited September 13, 2017 by hummer010
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Silverhawk170485: I'm also wondering why there are two identical Windows installers on the download site (not on Galaxy). Is one for 46bit and the other for 32bit systems? Both have the same download size and are named the same.
this response would have been funnier if you'd kept the typo going:

46bit.
23bit. ;)
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mintee: love the artstyle of this game, it looks like it could be a hoot
animal game.

i see what you did there :P

[hoot == owl :P]

not related to me just being silly here, but gog:

please get your act together. there's obviously people on linux who'd like to game more on linux. it's INCREDIBLY frustrating for those people to see that another platform gets the game as a linux build and because you've got galaxy low down on the linux totem pole, it just doesn't come here, BECAUSE there's no galaxy.

you're losing sales, not making friends with publishers and game developers and making your userbase unhappy. these are easy things to solve and i'm sure the windows folks wouldn't even mind if you said: "updates for windows are slowing down while we make a linux build of galaxy."

moreover, you're doing yourself a disservice by way of saying you "support linux" but you're really not.

this isn't THAT hard, gog.

while we're on this topic, this is you, from 2014:

https://www.gog.com/news/gogcom_now_supports_linux

from that: "it's not about them" [the gaming press] "it's about you."

more of that, please.
Post edited September 13, 2017 by lostwolfe
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CharlesGrey: They're complaining, because apparently a Linux version is available elsewhere. What do you suggest they should do about it, other than letting GOG ( and the Devs ) know they're not happy with this situation?
I already said I get them, it's just that the thread is full of that instead of the game itself...
Write more PMs maybe. Nah, carry on, has to be visible to everybody.