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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
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Ganni1987: Another Linux game not available on GOG because Galaxy on Linux "is not a priority".
The same witk Kalypso.....they can not publish their linux version because it exists no galaxy-client for linux.....
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Ganni1987: Another Linux game not available on GOG because Galaxy on Linux "is not a priority".
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Patsche85: The same witk Kalypso.....they can not publish their linux version because it exists no galaxy-client for linux.....
I don't understand this demand for Galaxy on Linux to be honest. What it shows to me is how much these "DRM-Free" games are slowly being tied to proprietary client, much like steam. If anything its just another advert for why there shouldn't be a client in the first place. Take Absolver, once you remove the Galaxy dependent part, what do you have left? Very little.
I think it is the multiplayer part. The new games have no own multiplayer part and need galaxy to run. I think the developers do not want to publishe a multiplayer game that only works with windows at the moment. But I do not know it exactly, it is my own opinion.....
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Patsche85: I think it is the multiplayer part. The new games have no own multiplayer part and need galaxy to run. I think the developers do not want to publishe a multiplayer game that only works with windows at the moment. But I do not know it exactly, it is my own opinion.....
Yes, of course its the multiplayer part. But the pushback should be make multiplayer use an open source platform or protocol, rather than oh they have done this so we should all rely total on some proprietary software which will not work in a couple of years time.
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Patsche85: The same witk Kalypso.....they can not publish their linux version because it exists no galaxy-client for linux.....
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nightcraw1er.488: I don't understand this demand for Galaxy on Linux to be honest. What it shows to me is how much these "DRM-Free" games are slowly being tied to proprietary client, much like steam. If anything its just another advert for why there shouldn't be a client in the first place. Take Absolver, once you remove the Galaxy dependent part, what do you have left? Very little.
I haven't used Linux in 15 years, so re-learning it and even just installing games is a pain. Having GOG Galaxy to set up games and keep things updated would be amazing... For example, my Linux GUI has somehow associated installers with the text editor and nobody's been able to figure out how to fix it so I can run setup files.

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nightcraw1er.488: Yes, of course its the multiplayer part. But the pushback should be make multiplayer use an open source platform or protocol, rather than oh they have done this so we should all rely total on some proprietary software which will not work in a couple of years time.
That would be ideal, to have an open source solution.
Post edited September 14, 2017 by fulano5321
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nightcraw1er.488: But the pushback should be make multiplayer use an open source platform or protocol, rather than oh they have done this so we should all rely total on some proprietary software which will not work in a couple of years time.
FULL ACK.

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fulano5321: For example, my Linux GUI has somehow associated installers with the text editor and nobody's been able to figure out how to fix it so I can run setup files.
Which desktopenviroment do you use? GNOME? You can test this command:

gsettings set org.gnome.nautilus.preferences executable-text-activation ask

Other choice instead of ask:
launch - starts setup .sh directly
display - show data

A security problem is that you have to make the .sh executable. You can do that with a right-click or with this command:

chmod a+x dataname.sh

I do not know how Steam handle this situation......
Post edited September 14, 2017 by Patsche85
Tooth and tail is thursday's new game ?
where are the old games that usually came Thursday ?
Ah well maybe next Thursday .... :D
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Patsche85: I do not know how Steam handle this situation......
By having a linux client :)
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Patsche85: I do not know how Steam handle this situation......
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Knochenkratzer: By having a linux client :)
^^ Right! But that means that Steam's client have the right to make files executable.......
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Knochenkratzer: By having a linux client :)
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Patsche85: ^^ Right! But that means that Steam's client have the right to make files executable.......
It has every right that has user who launched it. This includes the right to make files executable (provided they are owned by said user or the user is in the group that has rights needed).
Post edited September 14, 2017 by Alm888
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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?
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Reever: 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.
I'm afraid so. Private requests are easy to ignore, but causing a fuss in public is often the most effective way to get things moving. :P

But I get your point... Then again, if you'd like to discuss the game itself, the game specific forum is probably a better place for it. It's about time people start using the sub-forums more often -- they're rather quiet, especially for smaller games.
Post edited September 14, 2017 by CharlesGrey
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nightcraw1er.488: I don't understand this demand for Galaxy on Linux to be honest. What it shows to me is how much these "DRM-Free" games are slowly being tied to proprietary client, much like steam. If anything its just another advert for why there shouldn't be a client in the first place. Take Absolver, once you remove the Galaxy dependent part, what do you have left? Very little.
In principle, I agree. Practically though, I think most people who are playing multiplayer games want to use a client like Galaxy or Steam*.

In comparison to Absolver, Tooth and Tail has, reportedly, a 20 hour single player campaign, as well as single player skirmishes.

Having Galaxy available for some platforms but not all creates a real lose-lose-lose situation for the developer. They have three choices:
1.) Withhold the game from Linux on GOG. Linux players looking for the single player game are unhappy.
2.) Release the game on Linux without the multiplayer components that require Galaxy. Linux players looking for multiplayer are unhappy.
3.) Withhold the game from GOG altogether. None of the GOG customers are happy.

* This is purely my opinion. I've got nothing to back it up. I personally don't play multiplayer games, and have no intention of using Galaxy should it ever become available for Linux.
With this game the meat is in the multiplayer, so it makes sense to not release it without multiplayer on Linux.

There's plenty of blame to go around. We can blame GOG for lack of Galaxy on Linux but also the developers for relying on Steam for matchmaking in the first place. Without that Galaxy wouldn't be needed to play the game.

I wonder why crossplay is not available, the devs always said it would be available across all stores and operating systems. Well, except for Linux if bought on GOG.
and the soundtrack or special content will release?
So those of you who have played it: Does it have any bite? Is it hard to claw your way to the top? Or does it tail the rest in the genre?